No, actually. The sun's rays, in principle, have a very bad effect on the skin, and even more so on the problematic one. Although for a while it seems that it has become better, like the sun "burns bacteria". But in reality, tanning simply hides the problem (and even then it is not perfect), and does not solve it. Salt water has a slightly better effect on the skin, but it is also not a panacea. It is best to go to a dermatologist, find out the causes of skin problems and prescribe a comprehensive treatment.
Well, if you want to look your best at the sea, you can start with proper nutrition, it will work on the skin much better than the sun.
P.S. If you already really want to sunbathe, then only with protective equipment and at a certain time (before 11 am and after 6 pm)
It probably still depends on the nature of skin problems.
If this complex will help, then during your stay at sea.
And upon arrival you can contact a dermatologist-cosmetologist)
Yes! Take away how you will be transformed! Salt water perfectly draws out all the "nasty" from the skin. Don't overdo it with a tan! Only before lunch and after 3 hours.