Flea market or vintage-inspired café signs like the Sundance Catalog's "Eat" Sign ($45) seem to be all the rage in shelter magazines these days. This one in particular is handmade by an Amish craftsman from sheet steel with a rusted, weathered paint finish, which gives it an interesting look. But it's just not my style to spell things out on my walls — even considering how much I love typography. How about you? Would you like to hang a retro café sign in your home?
So you've been out in the sun and you wore sunscreen, but unfortunately you forgot to reapply. You ended up with a nasty burn on your face and as you take a closer look, parts of your cheek appear kind of blistery and yellowish in color. What you've got is a case of sun poisoning (also called Photodermatitis, for those who want to impress their friends). Not only does it cause this painful rash, but symptoms also include fever, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, dizziness, chills, and headaches. The area may swell and will probably feel like it's on fire.
Sun poisoning is your skin's reaction to UV rays. It's possible to become more sensitive than normal if you use certain meds such as antibiotics, beauty products that are used for acne, or sunscreens that contain PABA. Just like an irritating sunburn, the rash usually results in itchy, peeling skin, but eventually goes away on its own within 10 days. That's good to hear, but there's bad news too. To hear it read more
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