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    Hi guys! I got really sunburned at the beach yesterday, so badly that i have some blisters. What should I do to make sure it heals as well as possible? Any tips?

    I find that pure aloe vera gel works really well on sunburns, and it has a nice and soothing cooling effect on the skin, so it may help with the pain as well. Just make sure that it is the pure stuff, because some companies add alcohol to the product, which can really sting.

    cut a fresh tomato in half and gently rub on affected part.

    I like to use pure coconut oil on sunburn or any time I've been out in the sun for along time

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