Here's one way to avoid a sunburn: wear a Face-Kini next time you're on the beach.
My face was just skinned with sunburn, and the salt air made it worse.
Seth colored, under his coat of sunburn, and seemed embarrassed.
His eyes, rimmed with dust, looked out of a face that was pale beneath the sunburn.
Nor could she be certain that his coloring was due to sunburn.
"Soldiers are but men," observed Thurstane, flushing through his sunburn.
Some of it was sunburn, and some of it was rye, I expect, but he was glad to see all of us.
I'm so ragged that I got patches o' sunburn on my back an' belly.
It is an excellent remedy for tan, freckles, and sunburn also.
His large hands, black with hair and sunburn, stroked his knees as he stooped smilingly forward and asked if she would have him.
sunburn sun·burn (sŭn'bûrn')
Inflammation and erythema of the skin, often with blistering, caused by overexposure to the ultraviolet rays of direct sunlight.