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    Default symptoms of sunburn

    A person has a sunburn when he gets a painful reddish skin. For people with white skin, 5-10 minutes of exposure to sunlight is enough for their skin to avoid burning.

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    I remember being out in the sun all day, it was a glorious sun in the height of summer. However, I didn't burn but I got a splendid sunstroke

    Everyone is different & people will be more/less sensitive to the effects of that good old burning star..

    I agree with you on the exposure time


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