Post # 1
Just wanted to share a sunburn remedy I discovered searching online, and it worked for me!
Take white vinegar, wet a towel or paper towel, and apply directly to affected area. I let the paper towel drape over the sunburned area. The sooner you catch it the better, as it will draw the heat out of the sunburn and reduce the redness.
I hope this helps someone!
Post # 3
- Wedding: August 2009 - St. Thomas of Villanova Church & the F.U.E.L. House
For some reason, that sounds to me like it’d sting!
I try to avoid sunburns at all costs (duh), but love just basic lotion and cool washcloths if I need "treatment."
Post # 4
It didn’t sting at all, just was smelly! It actually cooled it down a lot!!!
Post # 5
white vinegar gets rid of those sores you get in your mouth, too! fever blisters it hink
Post # 6
Oh good to know! A little too late for me to use because I got sunburned this weekend. I’ve been putting on aloe whenever I can and the itch is starting to go away. I’m still red though
Post # 7
- Wedding: September 2009 - The 19th Century Club
I just suffered from a HORRIBLE sunburn, and in addition to aloe, we used a mixture of baking soda and water to help draw the heat out…definitely helped!
Post # 8
Aloe is excellent for any type of burn, including sunburns.
Post # 9
My fiance got sunburned while we were in Hawaii and I used 100% unrefined shea butter on his burns and it worked quite well for him.
Post # 10
Thanks for the tip. I wish I would have come across this thread about 3 days ago though. Fiance and I got sunburned at the river and he was miserable Sunday. I’ve been putting aloe so it is better now. I’ll keep it in mind though.
Post # 11
Thanks for the tip! I get sunburned pretty much AS SOON AS I walk outside! I love being Irish, but that is a definitely disadvantage. Thanks for the post! 🙂
Post # 12
Good tip! I’ve never tried vinegar, but I have tried Miss Stilleto’s tip with the baking soda (mixed baking soda and water until it made kind of a paste) after a particularly bad sunburn on college spring break. That seemed to work pretty well.