8 Proven Ways to Make Sunburn Go Away Faster.

As Summer is here, I still manage to get sunburnt. As it’s painful and unpleasant, this post includes 8 proven ways to make sunburn go away faster.

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21 thoughts on “8 Proven Ways to Make Sunburn Go Away Faster.

  1. I remember the days when we used to apply suntan oil instead of sunscreen so we could burn more! Good thing we know better now.

    Aloe vera gel is a great way to cool a sunburn. My daughter had a sunburn a couple of weeks ago. I didn’t have any aloe vera gel so I cut a leaf off my plant and she used it.

  2. I can burn in 10mins easily, people thing I’m exaggerating when I say that but I am seriously pale. I’ve been burnt in February (in Italy) and October (UK) and I hate it so much. I always slather on the cream for me and the kids to the point of overkill. This year all the running has left me with a slight watch mark for the first time in almost 20 years! I’d rather be pale and interesting as they once said.

  3. This is super handy. I literally got sunburn on my neck yesterday, despite having suncream on. I am starting to think I need to go live somewhere cold.

  4. Now this is the post I needed today! Because its so warm and sunny we have been out a lot more recently but my other half just won’t wear suncream, he’s like a lobster atm, sending this his way haha. Thanks for saying about ice because we normally put ice on us, never doing that again.

  5. Oh sunburns can hurt really bad! When I was younger I thought I was supposed yo peel it off lol. Definitely love what you said about drinking extra fluids because it really is easy to get dehydrated

  6. Oh gosh, I am a victim of sunburn every dang year! My skin is super sensitive and if I’m spending a day at the beach I have to soak myself in sunscreen! I usually put aloe as soon as I’m out of the shower and take some breaks. Thanks for sharing x

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  7. Great information! Some medications I take make me burn really fast now. I used to be able to stay outside all day and be tan by night. Oh the joys of getting older. πŸ˜‚ I didn’t realize that about not peeling the skin!

  8. This was a very informative post! I am fortunate that I hardly ever get sunburned — I just tan pretty easily (no complaints here). The few times that I have gotten sunburned — it was pretty painful but thankfully it didn’t last too long & it was just on the tip of my nose and cheeks.
    But in other news I didn’t know that foods containing omega 3 fatty acids can help prevent sunburn! Maybe that’s why I haven’t gotten burned — because of my consumption of chia seeds (in my overnight oats). πŸ™‚

  9. Great article, Rachel. We don’t spend a lot of time in direct sunlight at the beach, on the hiking trail, or anywhere anymore. Dehydration is an ongoing challenge for me, so I’m now a shade-seeker! But, back in my beach days, we’d keep pure aloe vera in the fridge for use when we came inside. It helped tremendously & felt so good! These days, if we happen to get a bit more sun than planned, we use witch hazel, which is amazing as well. Thanks for sharing your helpful knowledge! 🌞

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