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  1. #11
    **kevinkrieger** Male

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    Nov 2013


    Yogurt is very effective in minimizing a sun tan.
    Aloe vera gel is also great.
    Apply honey and lemon juice in equal amount.
    Wearing sunscreen every day.
    Drink plenty of water to keep hydrated.

  2. #12


    Baking Soda. Baking soda can be very soothing on sunburned skin due to its alkaline nature. ...
    Oatmeal. Oatmeal can also help treat sunburned skin. ...
    Aloe Vera. ...
    Black Tea. ...
    Apple Cider Vinegar. ...
    Cool Compress. ...

  3. #13
    **Hair transplant cost** Female

    Join Date
    Jun 2017


    Sun screen is best and use it also on cloudy days also
    Sunburn can be appear in winter also so use sunscreen in winter also.
    If you get sunburn then aloe vera gel is an extremely soothing and non toxic solution

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    **Sophia Simmons** Female

    Join Date
    Jan 2017


    So basically, sunburns are just your body having an immune reaction to polyunsaturated fats (PUFA) in your sweat being oxidized in the sun. Apparently, if you stop eating PUFAs for a while you become immune to sunburns, or at least that's what I read on the Ray Peat forums. This guy claimed to have avoided eating PUFAs for like 4 years, and this is what he had to say about sunburns:

    "I stopped burning in the sun (and I don't use any sunscreen)! I started noticing this in the last year or so but was still able to burn eventually so I thought I am just imagining things. However, in the last 3 months or so I completely stopped reacting to the sun. Today, after being out in pretty intense sun (90+ degrees) for 7+ hours I did no even get pink. Basically, if I get any reaction from sun exposure it would be a direct tan (very mild) without any trace of burning. About a year ago, simply standing in intense sun for 30 minutes would make my face look like a monkey's behind and I would start peeling within 24-48 hours. No more burning, peeling or reddening of any body part exposed to the sun. Since sunburn and the red skin color is basically an immune reaction to PUFA oxidation, I believe my lack of sunburn is a decent evidence for little or no PUFA under my skin everywhere on my body."

    The only problem is to get these results, you have to change your diet for 4 years

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