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Sunburn? Here are some tips
Are you having too much fun being outside, by the pool, or swimming at the beach? Is the sun shining and the weather is perfect? Does this feel like the paradise everyone dreams of? Your fun ends when your skin starts to burn, and your version of heaven turns into hell.
Rather than getting the Jlo tan we all want, our skin turns all red like Iron Man's suit. Let me tell you; it is no fun.
Luckily, you can heal a sunburn. Follow these tips to heal your skin.
Sprays and Lotions
Using different sprays and lotions is vital for skin repair after sun exposure. Some include:
Solarcaine Cool Aloe Burn Relief Spray
Formulated with aloe and lidocaine, this sunburn relief spray cools, soothes, and numbs in one fell swoop.
After sun moisture, calm and soothe the skin. Containing aloe vera to help reestablish skin moisture lost while being exposed to the sun.
Cetaphil Soothing Gel Cream with Aloe
Aloe vera is the key for moisture to help soothe sunburns. This gel cream is wonders to irritated and dry skin after sunburn.
The sun is vital to our world, and it gives life to living things; however, without care, it can be very damaging to the skin.
When your body defends itself against UV rays, your skin tans or darkens. Too much sun exposure allows UV rays to reach your inner skin layers. You know this as sunburn. This can cause skin cells to damage or die.
Stay Away From The Sun
Cover sunburnt skin from direct sunlight until the skin has fully healed. If the skin keeps being exposed to the sun rays, it will burn and eventually start to peel off, leaving the skin irritated.
Still enjoy the beautiful weather outside; just try to stay in the shade as the skin begins to heal.
Take a Cool Bath
A cool bath or shower to soothe your skin. Afterward, leave a little moisture on your skin when you dry off and then apply a moisturizer to trap in water.
Drink extra water
A sunburn draws fluid to the skin’s surface and away from the rest of the body. Drinking extra water when you are sunburned helps prevent dehydration.
Take painkillers, such as paracetamol or ibuprofen for any pain.