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It's common knowledge that sun exposure can cause sunburns and even skin cancer. But does the sun affect dark-skinned people the same way it affects people with lighter complexions?
Nobody likes getting sunburned -- peeling skin and red, itchy patches can ruin a weekend before you know it. And if it's happened without sunscreen, you may be in for even more pain. How long does it take for unprotected skin to burn?
How do sunless-tanning products work? Which is the most effective: self-tanning lotions or tanning pills?
Sunburn is dangerous and painful, but what is happening in your skin cells as they react to sunlight and UV rays?