By Anonymous - / Monday 22 April 2013 18:42 / United States - Lebanon
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  BellaBelle_fml  |  23

49 - You do raise a good point. Perhaps she has very sensitive skin and has already ran into some problems with other products in the past? So she already knows that she has a problem with some preservatives. If she has a severe sunburn it's likely that she has a fair complexion, just like I do. I have very temperamental skin, some preservatives irritate my skin, while others don't. It's sort of a gamble when trying new products. But hey, there's no way we can know unless the OP makes an appearance to clarify.

  josiem  |  11

A good attitude doesn't help stop an allergic reaction, and allergic reactions cause utter misery. It's kind of like telling someone to cheer up because they're still alive despite having been beaten to within an inch of their existence and still suffering from it. It's trite. :(

  challan  |  19

Boil water. In a large bowl place several tea bags. pour the water in the bowl and let the tea steap. After a few minutes add a large quantity of ice. Take a wash cloth and soak it in the tea. Place the rag on your sunburn. The cold tea rag sucks the burn from your skin. The rag will get warm as the burn comes out. Re-wet the rag, over and over and repeat. Your skin will still be red, but the pain will be removed and the pealing will be drastically less, if you peal at all.

  BellaBelle_fml  |  23

I've never heard of the tea trick before. It sounds like it would feel amazing on a sunburn. I will definitely have to remember this if I have a sunburn in the future. Thanks for the tip!