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    Red bumps after a sunburn
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    BLUEEYEDMOMMA1979 posted:
    Three or four weeks ago I got sunburned really bad. My chest and right shoulder peeled starting about 5 days later; however, my left shoulder blistered before peeling. Now it's just tannish. However, now I have these red bumps that either are like pimples (can pop them) or just red bumps. They do not itch per say, except when I sweat a lot. I get these red bumps every time I go out in the sun (even if I wear SPF 50). If I get any color I get them on my chest and neck real bad. In addition, sometimes I get small white ones on my arms where the sun hits my skin. And yes, I wash at least once or twice a day. Could I be allergic to the sun?
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    igetadeal responded:
    I think you should try obagi. Obagi is a great skin care product for red bumps. It is also sertified by US doctor association. Obagi kits is all in one. It work against your red bumps, sunburns and also for any type skin problems. So trust it for a best result and get a soft and smooth skin. For more information visit igetadeal[dot>com.


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