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Getting sunburned is the worst. And when sunburn does occur, you need to remedy the pain to immediately soothe and begin the healing process.

But when it comes to getting sunburned on your face, there’s a very special way to treat the burn because of how sensitive the area will be. Plus, you’ll want to make sure you do everything right to help minimize redness and reduce the amount of dry, peeling skin. Yeah, sunburns are not fun.

The next time you find yourself with a gnarly sunburn, below are some methods and products that will help soothe your face.

Aloe Vera Ice Cubes
Aloe vera has major soothing power. Not to mention, the coolness from freezing it will feel amazing and work wonders to reduce puffiness and redness. So, slather a cube or two all over your face as soon as you get back from the beach.


yogurt lotionKorres After Sun Greek Yoghurt Cooling Gel $26
Applying an after sun lotion that’s packed with healing yogurt will hydrate the skin and reduce the stinging sensation you’ll be feeling. Hallelujah!


mbd105862_0710_camomille3_hdTea Bag Compress
Soaking a cloth in tea and then pressing it on the face will help reduce inflammation. Plus, what a great way to relax after a long day in the sun, amirite?


MJC_CarouselGlossier Milky Jelly Cleanser $18
Soap can be harsh and drying for the skin, so be sure to use a gentle cleanser with cold water when you wash your face after getting burned.


lotionFirst Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream $30
When you’ve got a sunburn you need to moisturize! This step is key to re-hydrating your red, dry skin. This heavy duty lotion is also great for relieving the itchy feeling that will inevitably come from the burn.


sheeroil_1024x1024Kopari Beauty Coconut Sheer Oil $44
There’s nothing better than slathering some coconut oil to help soothe a sunburn. We love this Sheer Oil from Kopari Beauty because it moisturizes and is perfect for sensitive skin. Plus, the oil has great anti-aging properties — multi-tasking at its finest.

xx, The FabFitFun Team