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Sun Blocks

If you’re worried about going on holiday and getting burned, then instead of sun cream buy a sun block. These work by essentially creating a barrier between you and any harmful rays which might come your way, but like sun creams they need to be applied every few hours and immediately after going in the water. They’re most useful for people with very sensitive or pale skin, like redheads and children, or if you’re one of those people who only burns and never tans. They’re not any more expensive than sun creams and most high street beauty stores will sell them.

If, however, you are misfortunate enough to catch a bit too much sun and end up a colour that is more akin to a boiled lobster than a Bond Girl, you need a good after sun to soothe the skin. All after suns work in the same way so you don’t need to spend loads to appreciate the effects.

If you forget to pack a bottle though, holidaymakers swear by plain yoghurt. Messy, and certainly unappetising, but it’s a cheap and surprisingly effective way. The natural goodness found in yoghurt helps heal the skin quicker and cools the burning sensation with remarkable speed. Sadly, fruity flavours don’t work half as well, so keep those for lunchtime.



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