Sunscreen???

So I am a first timer. Will be visiting Haulover Beach next week in Florida.

Anticipating being fully exposed for the first time, is it advisable to put sunscreen on delicate parts so as to prevent sunburn? Do these areas ever tan up to the point where one does not have to worry so much about sun burn?

Please & thank you.

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The part of your body is irrelevant. Apply sunscreen any place you don't want to get burned.

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Do these areas ever tan up to the point where one does not have to worry so much about sun burn?Please & thank you.

It really depends on your skin type. If you have areas that can tan up enough not to have to worry about burning anymore, then those other areas will as well, once they can start getting sun on them. Then there are others who are fair skinned enough that they always burn on the more commonly exposed areas, so they will also burn on those other areas you are asking about.

So, yes you will need to put sun tan lotion all over everything until you get to the point of not burning anymore. Especially those places that may have not seen any or not much sun.

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Speaking only for myself....I tan everywhere and after a while, you don't have to worry about getting burned. That is not to say that you don't have to use sunscreen, however you won't have to be worried about getting burned. Once tanned, I can spend a week at a nude beach and not have to worry about burning with no sunscreen except that I always put sunscreen on my tattoos to protect them...I don't let the skin around them tan.
One more thing.....for me anyway.....it you want an all over tan, you gotta make sure to....uhhh....hummm.....get the wrinkles out.....or you'll have a funny looking tan.

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You do NOT want a sunburn on delicate parts, even a minor one. Trust me on this. I use spray sunscreen so that if I have to reapply in public it doesn't look awkward.

We are flying to Miami tomorrow and will be at Haulover on Thursday.

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You should sunscreen everything....

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It is ALWAYS advisable to use sunscreen, ESPECIALLY on genitals. When I do, it is SPF 50.

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Newbie here too -- went to my first public beach last week - first time outside naked in the day time (very often at night however).... Was only there for about 1.5 hours, didn't put sunscreen on because I normally don't need it for that short of a time. My chest, back, legs etc are fine... my ass however is still glowing bright red. You can see it from the space station probably -- so I would definitely put sunscreen on - everywhere! I was a little worried about other more sensitive areas so I put sunscreen on and no issues... but everywhere my trunks would normally be that didn't have sunscreen got cooked.

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prob best to apply heaviest in areas least often exposed ;)

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Definitely apply the sun screen all over. If possible, try to build up some base tan before you hit the beach. Nude beach or not, cover up if you are showing signs of burning. bad sunburn is no joke.

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Definitely sunscreen all over. What I have been doing is tanning everything to start out with for a half hour at a time and slowly building up my tan. Once I have some base I will go for more time in the sun like this weekend at Cypress Cove. Cant
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