i was a bit confused at first but i think i understand why it is happening. my body is trying to cool down by sweating and the only way it can do this is by opening up all of your pores on your skin, which leads your sweat glands to produce more sweat. if you were cold before going out in the sun then that might explain why you’re sweating so much.
will my skin get damaged from being outside for too long? or will i burn?
there are two types of UV rays: UVA and UVB. The main thing people worry about with UVA rays are premature aging caused by wrinkles and malignancies, however weakly pigmented/fair skinned people often report early signs of wrinkling even after short time periods spent under normal levels of sunlight – especially those who have been using sunscreen regularly – so not spending any longer than 30 minutes would be safe as long as they don’t go over 48 hours straight without any protection (without breaking down their defenses). If one does spend several days under direct sunlight without protection though I would recommend applying sunscreen every few hours throughout their whole day (or reapplying every hour if they forget) because there has been plenty of research showing that prolonged exposure can cause photoaging (premature aging) even when no visible damage occurs immediately since this pigment reduces light absorption; not taking care to cover dark areas like eyes etc also increases the risk drastically due to increased exposure times. Sun