2. Not Just Sunburns
Let’s face it; sunburns are painful and obviously bad for your skin. However, the redness and burning effect is not the only damage that’s being done to your skin. Repeated sunburns cause severe damage to the tissues of the skin.
Some of that damage includes the weakening of the connective tissues (your skin loses its elasticity), deep wrinkles, rough and dry skin, and dark, discolored spots on the face, arms, and chest. In extreme cases, repeated sunburns increase your risk for skin cancer.