We all know it’s important to slather on the SPF every time we plan to spend time in the sun, but sometimes we still end up looking like a lobster and feeling sore from sunburn. The red, painful skin that is hot to the touch usually appears a few hours after we’re out of the sun; the effects can last for days.
Too much sun exposure which leads to sunburn can increase your risk of developing skin cancer later in life, so it’s always important to try to prevent sunburn. But if you slip up, there are ways to cool down your parched skin. Most of these sunburn home remedies you already have.