How to reduce sunburn // Tips and Tricks, Summer

FotorCreatedHello everybody! It’s been a while since I’ve blogged. But I’ve a very good reason! I’ve been on a vacation to Turkey, I’ve stayed there for 8 days and I absolutely loved it. The weather was beautiful, around the 30 degrees Celsius and all day long the sun was shining. We laid all day at the beach and we’ve get really tan. And if we, Dutch people mostly, get a bit sunburned. So, I’m going to show you today a few tips and tricks against and how to reduce sunburn. I hope it’s a bit useful for you and I’d like to know where you have been in the Summer Break. Let’s get started!

Internal-Aloe-Vera-UsesApply aloe vera or after-sun:

Aloe Vera is a plant with a jelly-sort of core. Aloe vera helps because the plant contains at least six antiseptic agents: lupeol, salicylic acid, phenol, urea nitrogen, cinnamic acid and sulfur. All of these substances are known as an antiseptic, because together they exhibit antimicrobial activities. This explains why Aloe vera can heal many internal and external infections. Lupeol, salicylic acid and magnesium are very effective analgesics, and this explains why Aloe vera is an effective painkiller. After-sun helps because after-sun is specially created to reduce sun burn. So, when you’re going on a vacation always bring you sunscreen and after-sun

Let it heal:

This is a step that you always need to do and never skip. Let it heal. If you’re going to peel of the sunburned area, you’re going to have some scars because your skin isn’t ready to be shown for the world. You think like, all right… But, you have 3 layers of skin, the epidermis, the dermis and the hypodermis. When your have a sunburn, the epidermis is damaged and the dermis needs to heal the epidermis. And if you peel the sunburned area of the dermis isn’t ready with producing the new epidermis. So, let is rest and heal.


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