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What medicines should I use to prevent sun burns ?

My Problem is vocationally i will visit my native monthly once if i went out side my skin become very badly.getting sun burning . This is only happening when i visit my native.If i back to Bangalore after one week will become normal skin. please help me how to protect my skin when i was in my native
Asked On : Sun, 5 Feb 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hi...dear Mallikarjuna.,
Thanks for choosing HCM.,
Hence you need SUNSCREEN lotion SPF 30...,
1) Morning ...SUNSCREEN LOTION...on face , hands ,neck..,eg..
2) Night times..use Moisturiing LOZISOFT, OR CETRABEN..,
ok...good luck..,
Answered: Mon, 6 Feb 2012
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General & Family Physician Dr. Ashwini Kolur's  Response
I will try my best to answer your query.
I think you may be having some contact allergy to some dust or pollen which might be more in your native.
I advice you to wear full sleeve shirt while in your native and also to use sunscreen.

Hope my answer will be helpful for you.
Take care.
Answered: Sun, 5 Feb 2012
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