SUNBURN BE GONE
It's mid-summer and the sun is out in full force. Whether enjoying a backyard barbecue, long hike, or chilling by the pool, we're exposed to the sun's UVA and UVB rays. Overexposure can result in skin mutations and increased chances of skin cancer, so taking proactive measures before leaving the house is vital. Cheapism has gathered up several inexpensive ways to prevent sunburns as well as a few tips for soothing your skin's inflammation after the fact.