Woman Shares Horrific Sunburn After Just One Hour In UK Sun


So yeah, init, it’s quite f**king hot right now.

The Met Office issued a red heat advisory for England between Monday, July 18, and Tuesday, July 19, and most of the country has seen upper 30s with the possibility of 40C in some areas.

Naturally, TikToker Eva Jones considered taking a nap in the sun to get a little tan.

She was nevertheless left with uncomfortable blisters and a swollen face after only 60 minutes, as seen in the video above with the description “British weather.”

She starts posting pictures of her face where the blisters get worse.

Eva eventually acknowledged that she had heatstroke.

Many people in the comments questioned if she applied sunscreen before going outside.

Eva doesn’t appear to have responded to any of those inquiries as of the time of writing.

One person said: “originating with a ginger. I’ve also learned the hard way that if you don’t wear sunscreen, you should only be outside for a half-hour maximum.”

Another person chimed in, “I was supposed to spend all day tomorrow at the beach, but now I’ve seen this.

Another user said, “I adore it,” while another wrote, “Your face on one of the photographs was so red it filled up my room with a crimson glow.”

“This has occurred to me too, and it’s been two years, and my skin hasn’t recovered properly,” said a fourth.

Believe it or not, Brits have been advised to avoid drinking alcohol when the weather is in full swing.

Some experts have advised against it because drinking an ice-cold beverage during a heatwave is undoubtedly the most British thing to do.

Doctors typically encourage us to stay hydrated as the temperature rises, as many of us are aware.

Alcohol is a diuretic, meaning it causes you to urinate more when consumed in excess.

And when you urinate more, your level of dehydration rises.

Alcohol advice site Drinkaware explains: “Alcohol is a diuretic, which means it encourages the kidneys to lose extra fluid.

“That is why you tend to go the toilet to urinate (pee) much more when you drink alcohol. Alcohol also makes you sweat more.

“The combination of sweating more in the heat, and going to the toilet more, means you lose more fluid than you take in and become dehydrated unless you replace that lost fluid by drinking water.”