Seasoned Disney-goers know that a sunburn can put a damper on a vacation faster than you can say " Supercalifragilisticexpialidoc ious". Sunscreen will also probably be more expensive in Disney World than it would back home, so stock up beforehand! (Side note: if you have sensitive skin, this is not the time to try a new product. Stick with what you know works for your skin on a trip!). There are plenty of lovely benches and stone walls to sit on in the parks, so you can always find somewhere convenient to reapply--and reapplying is an absolute must! No one wants to spend their vacation struggling with sunburned feet, shoulders, knees (which could make stairs difficult), et cetera--and no one wants to suffer from the discomfort that said sunburns also provide. If you do get sunburned, a cloth soaked in cool milk can help, as can aloe vera--and drink lots of water and keep your skin covered to help it successfully start the healing process! Disney magic is powerful, but a bad sunburn can almost always make things more difficult--so come prepared, and hold each other accountable when it comes to reapplying!