I am so sunburned and need help! I’m in Mexico and I was sunbathing when I fell asleep with my huge Prada
butterfly sunglasses on and now look at me! I’m going to have to hide from cameras for days. I usually never get red, I
always get dark. It hurts! Do u guys have any remedies I can
try to help ease the pain and get rid of the redness?

Everyone here is making fun of me! Look at Reggie’s teammate and friend Bobby starting with the jokes. My whole body is burned but my face looks the worst because of the glasses. I will never wear sunglasses when sunbathing again!


Comments (431)

  1. amy03846  |   Posted on Apr 17th, 2009

    Try using cold tea bags. The tea totally takes the sting away.

  2. Candice  |   Posted on Apr 17th, 2009

    Kim, OMG I can totally relate to the sunburn. You need to use both Aloe Vera Gel as well as Aloe Vera Lotion. Once you have taken a cool shower apply the gel and once that has soaked in use the lotion and continue to apply every few hours. Hope this helps!

  3. ikardashianfan  |   Posted on Apr 17th, 2009

    ouch kimmy

  4. kimmer  |   Posted on Apr 17th, 2009

    Hey Kim! Same thing happened to me last year in Mexico (but I should have known better because I have fair skin). Anyway! Try PLAIN YOGURT to sooth/cool your skin and moisturize like crazy because it will get very dry.
    Hope ya feel better!

  5. AshleyP  |   Posted on Apr 17th, 2009

    Kim! OMG! OK first, WEAR SUNSCREEN! You don’t want to burn anymore than you already have. Second, use cooling aloe vera to help make the burn more bearable. It is also very important that you don’t let your skin dry out to prevent peeling.

  6. Melissa<3  |   Posted on Apr 17th, 2009

    Banana Boat makes a great aloe spray that does a good job at calming the burn!(its a green can) it feels so good to spray it on! also cold showers, milk,& be sure to moisturize ur skin a lot or it`ll start to peel & that is even worse than a burn! gd luck!

  7. Christine C  |   Posted on Apr 17th, 2009

    OMG!!! Aloe Vera!!!! My husband got burned in Aruba and every nite I applied the aloe vera and it helped to soothe it. That sucks!

  8. Lynzee  |   Posted on Apr 17th, 2009

    You poor thing!! Try aloe and vinegar.. Vinegar will sting but it helps! Take lots of Ibuprofen!!!!

  9. cupcake  |   Posted on Apr 17th, 2009

    From Web MD
    Sunburn – Home Treatment
    Home treatment measures may provide some relief from a mild sunburn.

    Use cool cloths on sunburned areas.
    Take frequent cool showers or baths.
    Apply soothing lotions that contain aloe vera to sunburned areas. Topical steroids (such as 1% hydrocortisone cream) may also help with sunburn pain and swelling. Note: Do not use the cream on children younger than age 2 unless your doctor tells you to. Do not use in the rectal or vaginal area in children younger than age 12 unless your doctor tells you to.
    A sunburn can cause a mild fever and a headache. Lie down in a cool, quiet room to relieve the headache. A headache may be caused by dehydration, so drinking fluids may help. For more information, see the topic Dehydration.

    There is little you can do to stop skin from peeling after a sunburn-it is part of the healing process. Lotion may help relieve the itching.

    Other home treatment measures, such as chamomile, may help relieve your sunburn symptoms.

  10. Kristen   |   Posted on Apr 17th, 2009

    I know this sounds weird but Milk also helps. If you dip a washcloth in some milk and place it on the affected area, it should help. It’s a bit messy tho. Def take some asprin.

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