When the sun comes out: the impact of bikini-clad sunsets on Australians

When the sunlight comes out, it’s not a good thing.

In the Australian summer, sunbathing is a luxury for the rich and it can be a dangerous proposition.

A recent study found that around a quarter of all Australians who had not sunbathed in the last five years had had at least one allergic reaction to the sun, while another quarter had suffered skin reactions.

In Sydney, the annual cost of sunbatheings at Sydney’s Sydney Zoo was $7,400 for a single adult, or $1,600 for a family of four.

While some people feel comfortable in the shade, many people don’t want to get naked and even the wealthy can feel uncomfortable with a sunburn.

The Sydney Morning Herald recently featured a photo of a group of young people sunbathes at the zoo, while one woman had to be restrained from leaving the building because she was so hot.

The study said it was likely that some people are reluctant to be naked in public.

Some people might find it more comfortable to be outside than in the sun.

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) estimates that Australia has about 20 million people in the country, of which around 1.6 million are women.

The survey found that women have more skin sensitivity than men, and some women were more likely to get skin reactions when in the midday sun.

Photo: Supplied This has prompted some people to argue that there is no such thing as too much sun.

A group of researchers from Newcastle University and the University of Western Australia published a study this month, in which they found that the prevalence of skin reactions among women increased when they wore bikini tops and shorts, or sunscreens, to work and school.

This led to women who worked in the public sector, such as teachers and nurses, being more likely than those in private sector jobs to have a skin reaction.

“The skin reactions were more severe and more widespread for female workers in private companies,” they wrote in their study.

The researchers said that they could not establish a causal relationship between sunscreen use and the skin reactions, but they said that the study suggested that it might be worth trying to promote people’s awareness of sunscreen use to prevent skin reactions in the future.

They suggested that people consider getting sunscrubs in the morning to keep their skin from becoming more sensitive, while sunscreen should be worn at all times, as part of a long-term regimen.

A spokesperson for the Australian Government said that although sunscreen use is not compulsory, it is recommended for most people.

They said that people should take their sun protection to work, schools and leisure activities to reduce skin reactions that might occur during the day.

However, people should also get their sunscreen every day and take it to the gym, pool or gym class.

The spokesperson said that it was important to remember that sun exposure is not the same as sunburn, saying that people can get sunburns from sun exposure and sunscrubbing.

The ABC contacted the NSW Office of Public Health for comment on the study.