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  Jacobt24  |  19

apply vinegar to it with some paper towels they day you get it. You will still be red some but it wont sting at all the next day. This is serious by the way and works.


98, there is a compound in natural Aloe that a small percentage of the population is allergic to. One of the skin care lines I use at work isolated and removed that compound in their aloe gel so it is hypo allergenic and can be used by people allergic to aloe.

  cradle6  |  13

You can use vinegar. White vinegar is best. apply to sunburns several times a day, I know it sounds weird but it really works, and the smell goes away after a few minutes.

Source: old lifeguard trick

  Pinkanani  |  12

I know right? Well OP, scramble raw eggs (or egg whites — assuming you're not allergic to those too), and spread it over your sunburn; instant relief. By the next day, you should be alright.


also hornet and wasp stings! I tested that the other day after being attacked by a swarm of hornets, followed the next day by several wasps. turns out vibrations from nearby construction really sets them off.

  wolflover44  |  5

That is disgusting... True, but disgusting. Thanks for the mental image... Now I have to debate where I'm going to sleep tonight. I just imagined my skin falling off and piling up. I wash my sheets once a week... Thanks... O.O