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When baby’s skin turns red and feels hot to the touch even after all your effort to cool him/her down isn’t working that is when you’d know that your baby is suffering from sunburn. Blisters and even swollenness on the baby’s skin along with peeling of the skin in blotches would indicate severe sunburn. Aftereffects would include your baby coming down with a fever, looking pale and weak as an effect of dehydration and dizziness.

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