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Last week My face and arms got burnt up traveling to Mexico, I'm staying at home this week and it cool down though my face does not match my body. This year sun is super mean compared to last years, This sun depending where you travel will tan your skin? Mexico felt like Miami florida super hot .hope my skin color comes back on my face since It was only like 1 hour and walking on the sun. Will buy healing cream from the mini tan on face and forearms



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I live in darkness



 

 

I think Night time where the sky is all black or people living in sheltered like me and cobretti2 get our skin lighter and lighter but those oh hate being indoors and go outside like 18 hours a day where Light aka the sun turns your skin dark? weird things god made like light makes you darker while night makes you lighter skinned.

Edit: though I'm pale by genes and not by night or daytime since I used to spend time in outdoors most of my life like 14 hours playing basketball in the park when I was a teenager and sun never affected me until now this year Im 34 years old.

Last edited by SegaHeart - on 20 July 2022

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Being the hypochondriac that I am, I avoid tans like I'm avoiding ebola. lol



Vacationed in Florida earlier this month.  Very hot all week, but I didn't get badly tanned/burned until the last day I was there.  We had gone out on a boat for the afternoon, so I was directly exposed to the sun the whole time.  Plus, going in and out of the water the 2 times we anchored washed away the sun block.  I reapplied it each time, but still got a bit burned.  It's not my worst burn, only light flaking of the skin on my shoulders days later.  Hat, sunglasses, and beard managed to save my scalp and face from it.



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Isn't pretty much all of Mexico except for the coastal regions and Mexico City super hot during the summer. Most areas of Mexico have a similar climate to most of Arizona the Las Vegas region of Nevada and south east Texas very hot and dry during the summer. Its been super hot so far this year where I live in Fort Worth Texas is it will easily be the hottest year since 2011. Today it got up to 108 degrees Fahrenheit hopefully it was the hottest day of the year even though the hottest time of year takes place from July 27th to August 13th. Since its been super hot so far this year I pretty much only go outside early in the morning and during close to sunset and after sunset at night.



Chris Hu said:

Isn't pretty much all of Mexico except for the coastal regions and Mexico City super hot during the summer. Most areas of Mexico have a similar climate to most of Arizona the Las Vegas region of Nevada and south east Texas very hot and dry during the summer. Its been super hot so far this year where I live in Fort Worth Texas is it will easily be the hottest year since 2011. Today it got up to 108 degrees Fahrenheit hopefully it was the hottest day of the year even though the hottest time of year takes place from July 27th to August 13th. Since its been super hot so far this year I pretty much only go outside early in the morning and during close to sunset and after sunset at night.

I'm still burnt from the face alittle but it's healing now for the first time ever I'm using banana boat sun screen when I go outside I am not of fan of tanning. But yeah Mexico is super hot out there I was sticking out moreso than the white tourist because I was pale in my face then few hours later my face turn red and brown when I got home slept and woke up my face was hurting alot I noticed when I took my shirt off I was no longer pale skinned on the face only my stomach and lower body was pale but not my forearms and face. I think I'll use sun screen from now on when traveling to hot countries .

Last edited by SegaHeart - 2 days ago

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Haven't travelled, but I'm tanned. I get tanned literally just walking to work every day. It's crazy hot/sunny, just like last year.

Also played football a few weeks back. Running around in 37 degrees with no shade will get you tanned pretty quick. Should be playing again soon, so I'll keep/improve the tan too. I think tan lines are absolutely hideous though, I hate the contrast between pale white skin and tanned skin. I have no plans to fix that by walking around naked though.



I travelled about 5h to a thermas place with plenty of water parks. I got a good tan for once.



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Plenty sun where I live, I'm pretty much tanned from March to November. I love the outdoors yet currently it's too hot to do much besides pool, beach or river. There's currently a heat warning again for most of the week.

I used to go cycling in this heat but getting a bit older now and less resistant to heat exhaustion. Cycling for 5 hours in full sun will even burn your fingers. I used to have the patterns of my sandals showing on my feet. It does seem the sun is getting hotter or is the air more clear? UV rating was at 9 again for mid day, sunscreen doesn't do much against that intensity. Almost 4 pm now, safe to go swimming, UV rating is back down to 5.

I love the sun but lately she hasn't been very kind. Why are you so hot nowadays!