I'd like to think that everyone wears enough sunscreen to never have to deal with a sun burn ever again, but I know that isn't reality. (It's my goal though!) So what do you do when you get a sun burn?
Before we talk about sunburn, are you applying enough sunscreen? You should be applying a shot glass full of sunscreen on your body, and a teaspoon on your face alone. Reapply every 2 hours or more if you're in the water or sweating a lot. Sun Burns can be extremely uncomfortable and down right painful. First things first, if you have a blistering sunburn, it's best to go see your doctor. It most likely is 2nd degree burns, and medical attention is best. Second, you need to soothe your sunburn; aloe works best. Follow the rest of my sunburn relief tips to help make an uncomfortable situation the easiest possible.
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