Burnt and Crispy

Last week I spent about 7 hours in the sun and got a little too burnt, my skin was red right away and it was producing heat. Even after a cool shower my skin was hot as hell, got home and my shoulders and back starting to feel like it really was burnt and I’m feeling pain. So staying out in the sun without a little sun block is pretty dumb, I have started remembering all the things I would bring with me to the shalaih and this time around I should remember to bring some sun block.

Spoke to a friend and I was recommended to pick up an after sun cream with Aloe Vera extract but I didn’t know what to get. After getting the solarcain which had aloe vera extract I applied it right away and that helped a little. Then I took a cold shower before going to sleep and applied it again, you can feel the relief because the pain decreased, even the pressure from the water hurt. I had a hard time sleeping since I couldn’t sleep on the side, I had a restless first night but the solarcaine helped reduce the pain. After three days of applying three times a day it got a lot better, by the third day it felt like a small annoyance and suprsingly my skin didn’t peel at all.

A guy who is just trying to enjoy life!

7 Comments

  1. FaDy

    This is the best cream to use when ur burnt!

  2. Daddyz Girl

    Thank you soo much marzouq for sharing this, this is sooo what i need right now i have been using 4 different skin ointments in the past 5 days and still it didnt help !!

  3. dumb!

    i have a sun block in my closet, in the chalet, inside my bag, in the boat, some where else i forgot! so i never ran out of sun block

    actually it use tanning lotion

  4. NS

    Salamat! Solarcaine has so much childhood memories! But there’s NOTHING like “mebo” when it comes to burns.. Even with its UNBEARABLE smell (peanut butter), it heals burns like magic – and prevents scars for any burn/wound if used immediately..

  5. hawaiian tropic

    leave it in the fridge before use, it will give you an amazing cooling effect

  6. jewaira

    there are so many aloe vera plants now all over Kuwait
    in an emergency situation it would do to slice them and apply directly to the burnt area

  7. Use a high SPF sunblock next time!

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