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sunburn

  1. Twohandsondeck

    Finally becoming immune to sunburn, here's how:

    Answer: Eat lots of raw, unpasteurized animal fat. Raw butter, raw cream, raw milk, raw cheese, raw bone marrow, raw eggs, raw animal flesh, any and all of it. Add raw honey with all of these foods to increase their absorption. I've lived in Florida (the United State closest to the equator) for...
  2. J

    Why does my skin burn so easily, what's wrong with me?

    History of taking accutane and severely overdosing on high vitamin a foods like liver. Low vitamin a diet for several months now. My facial skin and the skin on my upper chest burn super easily. No one around me burns, except me. People always rave about cutting seed oils improving their...
  3. BearWithMe

    People who sunbathe often have much higher exposure to environmental toxins -> skin cancer

    Our species evolved for hundreds of thousands of years in Africa, spending most of our lives under direct sunlight. At times, there was much more UV radiation reaching Earth than today (magnetic field fluctuations, changes in solar activity...) Nowadays, air is full of garbage ranging from...
  4. J

    Sun Exposure At The "Safe Hours" Is Worse

    This is just what I believe. Authorities advice to get sun exposure after 4 p.m. If you sunbathe after 4 p.m., I believe you're more likely to get skin damage. What happens is that the damage from UVA rays is less noticeable. UVA tans you, but it doesn't produce sunburn. So you don't notice all...
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