A recent study has found that people who use watermelons for the first time have an increased chance of developing skin irritations.
The study is the first to look at watermelon as an irritant.
Researchers at the University of Michigan Medical School surveyed 1,890 people between the ages of 18 and 40 about their experiences with watermelon-related irritants, such as burning and irritation.
They found that women who used watermelas were more likely to experience irritation, particularly after eating a large quantity.
Researchers also found that watermelontas odor, when compared to those of a cucumber, was worse.
Watermelon may not smell good, but it doesn’t necessarily have to be.
The plant is a popular pick-me-up at restaurants, but people who like a sweeter flavor may find it easier to avoid the fruit.
Watermelons smell like sweet citrus fruits.
They have a fruity taste, and the fruit is bright green, like fresh juice.
You can find them fresh in grocery stores and at convenience stores.
But it’s also possible to make watermelon more appealing with other ingredients, such to make it sweeter or make it more appealing for kids.
Researchers found that those who liked sweet, fresh flavors had a higher chance of experiencing irritant-related skin problems.
They also found a correlation between the amount of watermelon in a person’s diet and the number of irritant complaints they experienced.