I try to avoid being in direct sunlight without sunscreen because of my sensitive skin.
If I get anything more than the most mild of sunburns, I get something known colloquially as “devil’s itch.” It’s frighteningly painful nerve spasms that guess like you’re consistently getting prodded with a yellow moderate metal needle.
Every single time I’m in direct sunlight for longer than 45 minutes with no sunlight screen as well as my back is exposed, I will usually get an awful case of devil’s itch. The only thing I can do is attempt to deal with the pain with a little bit of aloe vera gel as well as copious amounts of ibuprofen as well as acetaminophen. The last time I was stricken with a nasty sunburn, the only thing that made it guess considerably better was a steady, chilly stream of air coming from my air conditioner vent. I laid down on my stomach underneath the ceiling vent as well as felt the cool stream of air pouring over my sunburn. The chilly air conditioner didn’t provide myself and others total relief from my sunburn, but it absolutely helped. I have to be more careful about not getting exposed to the sunlight like this, otherwise I’m going to end up with spots of skin cancer someday that could threaten my livelihood. I already suppose several people in my condo complex who have had skin cancer spots removed in the last few decades. It’s smarter to just use sunscreen, that way I’m not abusing my air conditioner just to guess better either. Skin cancer is a extreme issue that cannot be brushed off, especially if you’re someone who is at higher risk based on how much direct exposure you get to intense sunlight.