The sun is the main source of UV-B rays and can make skin more sensitive to the sun’s harmful rays.
It can also cause skin to look red, discoloration, and blemishes.
To keep your skin from getting too hot and sunburned, wear sunscreen to protect your skin, according to the Mayo Clinic.
But even a little bit of sunscreen can still help protect your face from the sun.
To make sure your skin is protected, wear a hat or other protective face cover that won’t get in the way of your face and eyes.
The sunburn can also be a sign of an underlying skin condition that can make your skin more susceptible to skin cancer.
Some sunburns are less severe than others.
The Mayo Clinic warns that while some sunburn symptoms may appear to be less severe, they can still be serious, and it is important to seek medical attention immediately if you have sunburn, especially if you experience pain or other signs of burning.
Some common symptoms of sunburn include: red, irritated skin