Difference between Sunburn and Windburn?

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There are a few differences in windburns and sunburns. A sunburn is from the sun. A windburn is from, of course, the wind. From a sunburn, you have burns and turn red. From the wind you can get chapped skin, and sometimes abrasions. While both can be very painful, they are different.
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Windburn is a common term for sunburn accelerated by the
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People who get windburn.don't usually peel afterwards.lol.
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Sunburn, a condition caused by overexposure to the ultraviolet rays of the sun, affects the skin. Symptoms include redness, blistering or peeling. Over the long term, sunburns can
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a tan IS sunburn. you just cooked your skin, basicly.
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