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How do I get rid of my sunburn on my face and arms ?

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To get rid of sunburn, you can follow these steps i have suggested below,


1. Ensure that you choose the proper sunscreen cream according to your epidermis sort. The SPF amount for the sunscreen will certainly point out the effectiveness of this security. The more expensive the phone number, this tougher this security.

2. Utilize sunscreen usually along with plenty. Become specifically very careful having kids, along with make sure they are safeguarded having resources involving if possible watertight sunscreen.

3. Don sunglasses to stop sunburns exactly where you may not have the ability to place sun's rays cream because it's way too all around your eyes.

4. Don some sort of loath to defend that person but also all of your brain on the sun's rays.

5. Try to restriction your time and energy inside sun's rays. It's also possible to desire to think about going into direct sunlight inside morning hours along with late morning to defend oneself from sunburn.

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Drink water, and apply aloe. It really won't go away any faster but you'll be more comfortable.

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aloe works
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You can't get rid of it but you can get some relief from the burn by dabbing apple cider vinegar on it. It produces a cooling effect and aids in healing as well as acting as an antiseptic when blisters form, if your sunburn blisters. If it is a severe burn you need some Silvadene burn cream which has to be from a physician. It requires a scrip. But there are some sites online that you can order Silvadene cream without a scrip

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Time is the only cure. You can use aloe or tea bags soaked in cold water to help with the pain but there is no way "to get rid of sunburn"..... Next time use lots of sunscreen applied over and over since it wears off.

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use aloe, it won't get rid of it but it will give you some relief

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Sprayed on colloidal silver. In addition, I recommend focusing on nutrition. Vitamin E is especially important to healthy skin. Eat SUNflower seeds and drink/apply wheat germ oil. If you really want to boost healing, eat mostly RAW organic fruits and vegetables. Dark leafy vegetables provide excellent nutrition such as kale and spinach. Eating your meals raw will do more than provide your body with vitamins and minerals. You will also be getting the extremely important variety of enzymes.
Many will tell you to stay out of the sun and use lots of suntan lotion. My opinion is that at best, suntan lotion just prohibits sun exposure, at worst this lotion is a highly toxic substance you absorb through your skin that prevents you from producing vitamin D. I recommend not using sun tan lotion and timing yourself on around how long you expose yourself to sunlight. It's hard to tell a person how much sunlight they should get, the time of year and day, their skin pigmentation and many other details effect how long you should and can stay in the sun. The point is, you need vitamin D, and sunshine is an excellent way to get it.

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i think u need time to let it go off and recover or if it is red or painful, u can apply aloe vera gel to relieve your pain. sometimes, it may peel off, so once it peels off and everything will be alright.you will either be back to your original skin tone or become darker or tanner. and if you do not go under the sun for a period of time, it is better for your skin too, since your skin is alrdy been sunburnt and it needs to cool down. hope it helps.:)

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Use aloe

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You must anoint the sunburn with yogurt. Wait all the day and wash sunburn. The sunburn will vanish.

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Use Pepto Bismol, it makes the pain go away and heals it faster. Just make sure it's not expired!

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Motrin?

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use aloe and take oatmeal baths NOT twice but once a day

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Wintergreen Rubbing Alcohol helps take the sting away.

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Soak a towel in Milk and lay it over the sunburn area

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Put on some no fat yogurt, it takes the pain away and helps for quick recovery. Very efficient.

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put alovea on it and take a cool shower

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GO to the doctors for the LAZOR!
Really

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When I was younger, I'd bake in the sun...and of course, got burned. Someone told me to try good old Noxzema skin cream. It really works!!! It feels cool and soothing and is never greasy. I still keep a jar just in case. Good luck!

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In addition to the above, applying green make-up takes the red look away.

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Take a warm bath, put on aloe or a baby lotion (for your face you can also use Noxima) and just keep the area clean.

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scrub the burnt areas with a body wash or face wash with beads in it to allow the new skin to start growing then slather on a gentle lotion.

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Aloe vera will help it heal and cocoa butter will take away the burn. Make sure you keep the area clean and drinking lots of water should help your body heal it quicker. Also, plain yogurt will help the burning and I've heard that it's good for helping the redness go away as well.

Hope it helps! :)

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warm
water trust me it works more than you might think

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aloe...works every time!!!

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Put non scented lotion on it

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Actually it's kind of a waiting game. I know your young now. But always use great SPF like 50 or 60 on your face. My friend tanned in the sun for years. She looks 20 years older than me?? Yes you will care when your older.

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Use Aloe vera sunburns or noxima. There are a lot of home remedies http://b.tinyurl.com/65rzyx8

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drink lots of water and sleep with a lot of rash cream on your face and arms after you take a shower, been there

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use dove lotion it really helps it soothes it and in like 3 days it goes away(it will take 5 if your skin is lobster red):-) :-) :-)

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