7 Products to Soothe Sun Ravaged Skin

Stop peeling, soothe redness and give your skin some love.
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7 Products to Soothe Sun Ravaged Skin

Stop peeling, soothe redness and give your skin some love.

-Rachel Grumman

Kim Kardashian

Even if you’re good about slathering on sunblock, sometimes you miss a spot or forget to reapply sun protection altogether.  Heck,  if it happens Kim Kardashian, it can happen to you, no matter how diligent you are when it comes to protecting your skin. Read on to learn about our 7 favorite healing potions.

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 The Vichy Aqualia mineral balm ($32, drugstore.com) is like a tall glass of water for a sensitive, parched complexion. The non-greasy, fast-absorbing balm contains a high concentration of Vichy thermal spa water and boasts 24-hour rehydration and repair for the face. It’s hypoallergenic formula is friendly to sensitive, combination, oily or acne-prone skin and is paraben- and fragrance-free.


Save moisture-starved skin and prevent peeling with June Jacobs after sun hydrator ($36, junejacobs.com). The lotion is packed with shea butter, jojoba, and palm oils and protective antioxidants like grape seed extract. It has a summery, orangey scent.

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  1. I use the spray solarcaine with aloe – it really numbs the burning and itching and helps prevent pealing because of the aloe. Plus it spays on so your not getting messy. And you can reach hard to get spots on your back in case you don’t have an aloe partner waiting around to slather you with aloes and lotions.

    I should write the advertisements for these people – but for real, it’s the best. I’m a redhead that burns and gets sun poisoning even when I where sunscreen and reapply every hour or so. So I’ve used just about everything you can think of to relieve my burns and blisters. (But whatever you do, don’t buy the BananaBoat Solarsooth spray, it burns like a mthr fcker for like 2 minutes before it starts to cool and that’s just counterproductive if you ask me).

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