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    **marclewis** Male

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    I think you should go with things found in kitchen such as yogurt, potato, aloe vera, lemon juice, cucumber etc. They are safe to use on skin and very effective to reduce spots on your skin and make your skin fresh and smooth.

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    **Vaileria Dennis** Female

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    You should use Dermaxsol sunscreen to protect your skin from sun damage. While surfing web I found that it is great for all skin types, this hydrating cream with SPF-30 is fast absorbing, providing a protective barrier against photo-aging and the sun's harmful rays. Also provides an excellent makeup base that is non-greasy. It is developed by leading dermatologists. Dermaxsol moisturizes and blends naturally with the color of your skin reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

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    **Kathy MItchell** Female

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    Hello,
    Choose a sunscreen based on your skin type, your climate, and the intensity of your sun exposure. Have you heard about Dermaxsol, it is a product of Solvaderm Skincare Brand. It is a Daily Facial Moisturizer with SPF-30 which nourishes and hydrates your skin while helping to defend against sunburn.

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    Lemon Juice. Cut a lemon and rub a slice on your tanned skin. ...
    Cucumber Extract, Lemon Juice and Rose Water. ...
    Bengal Gram Flour and Turmeric. ...
    Masoor, Tomato and Aloe. ...
    Honey and Ripe Papaya. ...
    Oat Meal and Buttermilk. ...
    Yogurt and Tomato Extract. ...
    Orange Juice and Yogurt.

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    Due to my experience, I use aloe and green tea for being sunburn.Aloe vera contains various vitamins, minerals, and trace elements, including zinc, calcium, iron, magnesium, copper, zinc, sodium, manganese, tannins, germanium, potassium, amino acids, and selenium. The glycoproteins and the lidocaine in aloe vera is an anesthetic relieve pain and inflammation. The polysaccharides in aloe vera help repair damaged skin cells and trigger the formation of new ones. Aloe vera stops burning sensations and prevents swelling. The aloectin B in aloe vera strengthens the immune system to prevent infection and accelerate the healing process. Aloe vera juice forms a protective layer over burned and peeling skin, hydrating it and holding moisture in. How can you use it? If you have sunburn, the 1st thing you should do is wash that areas with cold water, and then use towel to let it dry. After that, you cut an aloe vera leaf open lengthwise and use fingertips to apply gel to sunburned skin, leave on until dry and absorbed. Of course you must re-wash with cold water. The best way is doing that for 2-3 times a day.
    Green tea is the same with aloe vera. You use wet packet of green tea and then apply directly on that areas. You will feel more comfortable and of course, it will be much easier to heal the sunburned skin.


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