Most people love the sun.
Ask friends, family or pretty much any random person on the street, and they’ll tell you that they love sunny days and hate rainy days.
Not so much.
In fact, I’ll take a rainy day over a sun blasted one any time.
But truth is, it’s not so much because I “don’t like” the sun.
As a matter of fact, I do enjoy me some good ol’ times doing outdoor activities.
And I am very conscious of the fact that without the sun, there wouldn’t even be life on earth. We couldn’t grow food and this planet of ours would be a frozen wasteland.
The reason I don’t like staying out in the sun is that it seems that whenever I do, I get a nasty outbreak the next day.
You see, sun exposure is one of my cold sore triggers.
So I quickly learned that staying out of it leads to less outbreaks and thus, less pain and embarrassment.
But when you really think about it, it does kinda suck being stuck inside all the time.
When all your friends go out and have a good time outside doing something fun and you turn them down?
Not for you and not for your friends who so graciously extended the invitation.
But over the years, I’ve found a way around this.
Obviously sunscreen plays a big part, but combined with all the tricks I lay out in Cold Sore Control, I can spend the whole day out in the sun if I want, without undesired consequences.
Pretty cool, huh? (bad pun intended)
So if you and the sun are on bad terms, go here:
You’ll learn how to rekindle that friendship, for good.
Chris “the Cold Sore Killer” Mueller