Sunburn may be due to a complete accident, as you didn’t realize it was as sunny as it was or you may be guilty of lying out in the sun for far too long! No matter how you have ended up with your sunburn, you will want to heal it fast! Follow the tips below to ensure your skin heels faster, and that horrible itch doesn’t last any longer than it needs to, lets heal that sunburn fast!


Aloe Vera Lotion

Aloe Vera is one of the best things you can use when it comes to healing sunburn. Aloe Vera gel will not only sooth the heat and itch, it will also help nourish your skin so it heels faster. Aloe Vera can provide you with instant relief when you need it most and you can apply it pretty much as often as you want. Once you have applied your Aloe Vera, try to cover up the area of burn skin so it can really work.

Keep it covered

It may sound like it’s stating the obvious, but to heal sunburn faster you need to make sure you cover the area completely which is burnt. If it’s your chest, wear a t-shirt, and if it’s your legs, wear trousers. Keep any burn areas out of the light because re-exposing them to sunlight will cause the skin to become more damaged and potentially damaging long-term results.

Enjoy cooling showers

Immediate relief from sunburn comes in the form of cold water. Cool water will stop any swelling and inflammation, and provide you with some much-needed relief. You can shower the areas you need in cool water gently then follow up with a generous helping of Aloe Vera. This will hit the sun burn from all angles.

Look after the sunburn from the inside

Step one. Hydrate – The main thing you can do to hydrate dry, burnt and parched skin is to plenty of water. Hydrating your body will ensure your skin stays moisturized and healthy and will also be able to repair itself faster. If you don’t drink more water, you can expect extremely dry, flaky skin with a very slow healing rate.

Step 2. Vitamins & Supplements – Considering taking a vitamin or supplement to treat Sunburn? Other than Vitamin D which is great for your skin below is a list of common natural remedies used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Sunburn.

  • Vitamin C
  • Melatonin
  • Sage
  • Vitamin E
  • Beta-Carotene

If you have been unfortunate enough to suffer from a bad case of sunburn, you can follow the above methods to ensure you heal it as fast as possible. A mixture of all the above should aid in helping the sunburn disappear at an accelerated rate. Always wear an SPF when you go out in the sun because prevention is always better than the cure.

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