Sunburn can be painful and damaging to the skin. It's important to take immediate steps to soothe the burn and protect the skin from further damage. Here are some soothing remedies and skincare tips from Skinaa, including the use of Skinaa Aqua Sunscreen to prevent future sunburns.

Cool Down:

As soon as you notice a sunburn, take a cool shower or bath to help reduce the heat. Avoid using hot water, as it can further irritate the skin.

Hydrate Your Skin:

Apply a moisturizer that contains aloe vera or soy to soothe and hydrate the skin. Aloe vera has anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce redness and swelling.

Stay Hydrated:

Sunburn can draw fluid to the skin's surface and away from the rest of the body. Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated and help your skin heal.

Avoid Further Sun Exposure:

Keep out of the sun until your sunburn has healed. If you must go outside, wear protective clothing and use sunscreen.

Use Skinaa Aqua Sunscreen:

To prevent future sunburns, apply Skinaa Aqua Sunscreen. This sunscreen is designed to provide broad-spectrum protection against UVA and UVB rays. Its water-resistant formula ensures long-lasting protection, even when swimming or sweating.

Take Pain Relievers:

Over-the-counter pain relievers like ibuprofen or aspirin can help reduce pain and inflammation. Follow the dosage instructions on the label.

Avoid Tight Clothing:

Wear loose, comfortable clothing to avoid irritating the sunburned skin. Tight clothing can rub against the skin and worsen the discomfort.

Don't Peel or Scratch:

As your sunburn heals, your skin may start to peel. Resist the urge to peel or scratch the skin, as this can lead to infection and scarring.

See a Doctor if Necessary:

If your sunburn is severe, with blisters covering a large area, or if you experience symptoms like fever, chills, or nausea, seek medical attention.

By following these tips from Skinaa and using Skinaa Aqua Sunscreen, you can soothe your sunburn and protect your skin from future damage. Always remember to reapply sunscreen every two hours, or more often if swimming or sweating, to ensure continuous protection.