We’ve all been told countless times to apply sunscreen for protection, but sun exposure isn’t the only danger to our skin.

As it gets warmer and we are spending more time outside, it’s important to know what can cause skin irritation. Some of the possible threats are not as obvious as poison ivy and other hazardous plants. Surprisingly, certain alcoholic beverages may cause irritation under the right conditions.

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“People may think they’re more likely to develop a rash while hiking in the woods than enjoying a drink by the pool,” board-certified dermatologist Julian Trevino said in a news release from the American Academy of Dermatology, “but if that drink happens to be a margarita or a beer with a lime, they could end up with itchy red skin at the end of the day.”

This condition is called phytophotodermatitis, which can occur when your skin is exposed to citrus fruits and then to sunlight. It results in streaky, red skin with pigment changes, as seen in this photo on MedlinePlus.

Your skin may even be exposed to possible threats inside your own home, Trevino noted in the news release.

Plants used in common spicy foods, like horseradish, can cause red, irritated skin. In traditional European cultures, the root was applied directly to the skin for those who suffered from arthritis or irritated joints, according to the University of Michigan Medicine.

Other skin irritants include ragweed, wild parsnip, and chiggers. Chiggers are tiny mites that attach to your skin and cause a rash and intense itching, according to the American Osteopathic College of Dermatology.

If your skin is irritated from ragweed or chiggers, it's recommended to control itching with an over-the-counter anti-itch cream, Mayo Clinic notes. If affected by wild parsnip, it is best to soothe your skin with a wet cloth.

If you experience a rash that won’t go away, seek a board-certified dermatologist for treatment.

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