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What should I do if I get Sunburned?

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Sometime this summer you, or someone you know, will have a sunburn (even if you stayed out of the sun during peak hours, and wore sunscreen). If you didn’t try to prevent a sunburn, now comes the heat and pain. So what can you do to help repair the damage?

Here are a few tips that can help soothe your basic sunburn:

  • Cool wet compresses takes the heat down a notch, bringing some comfort.
  • Aloe Vera by armkAloe Vera- cut off a leaf and rub it directly on the burned area, or use a gel with a high percentage of aloe vera in it. This is my  favorite – the aloe vera is slimy and spreads as a nice, cool gel. It’s very soothing and takes the sting away in most cases.
  • Anti-inflammatories can also help take the edge off the pain and decreases the inflammation.

If you have blistered, leave the skin intact. Your top layer of skin protects the under layers like a cushion, and keeps germs out. Drink plenty of fluids and please cover the burned area if you go back out in the sun!

Check out these testimonials

As usual you give great advice. Love Aloe Vera it works wonders. Fresh is best, but hard to carry around. I always carry some Aloe Vera in my set medical kit. 100% Aloe, no fragrance, alcohol, or coloring. When it’s really hot outside like today. I put the bottle in some ice water to cool it down before it’s applied. Ahhh that feels good, is usually what the person says after it’s applied. Thanks again for sharing your knowledge.” -Tamara (To follow Tamara please visit www.BillyGorilly.com.)

Early this summer we vacationed in Belize and I was in the sun all day for several days. I was a bit burned and didn’t want my face to peel so I used the Apriori Night Cream on my face twice daily. I didn’t peel and my face retained it’s moisture! First time I was able to save my tan until it faded naturally.” -Carol (To follow Carol please visit www.AprioriBeauty,.com/IC/CarolAvery.)

For more information or when to seek medical care, the Mayo Clinic and Emedicine are great resources!

Enjoy the summer sunshine!

Thanks for stopping by and “Making My Life Beautiful“!

XO Candy

About Candace

Candace Dye is an Apriori Beauty Consultant and Neonatal Nurse Practitioner. Her passion is helping others to uncover and enhance their true inner radiance with tips for health, wellness, skin care and beauty!

Comments

  1. Tamara says:

    As usual you give great advice. Love Aloe Vera it works wonders. Fresh is best, but hard to carry around. I always carry some Aloe Vera in my set medical kit. 100% Aloe, no fragrance, alcohol, or coloring. When it’s really hot outside like today. I put the bottle in some ice water to cool it down before it’s applied. Ahhh that feels good, is usually what the person says after it’s applied.

    Thanks again for sharing your knowledge.

    • admin says:

      Thank you! Great idea to cool the aloe vera in ice water!! Going to do it from now on!!

  2. Carol Avery says:

    Early this summer we vacationed in Belize and I was in the sun all day for several days. I was a bit burned and didn’t want my face to peel so I used the Apriori Night Cream on my face twice daily. I didn’t peel and my face retained it’s moisture! First time I was able to save my tan until it faded naturally.

  3. Beth says:

    Great post Candy!!! Thank you for the helpful suggestions.

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