How to Heal a Sunburn ASAP, According to Skin-Care Experts

  • Sunburns can happen after sun exposure year-round, even if you're wearing SPF.
  • Sunburned skin often looks red, splotchy, and hot to the touch.
  • We asked two experts how to treat and heal a sunburn fast.

We all know that applying and reapplying sunscreen throughout the day, especially when we're sitting in the sun at the beach, by the pool, or in the park, is crucial. But sometimes, despite our best efforts, sunburns happen. When they do, the healing time immediately following the burn can best be described as painstakingly slow and miserable.

Your best defense against a sunburn is to not get one in the first place - that's where sunscreen at SPF 30 or higher, wearing protective layers, and seeking shade come in - but we all slip up every once in a while. The key to minimizing that painful healing process and, most importantly, keeping your skin from peeling off is following a intentional, gentle, and consistent skin-care routine to treat the sunburn.

Not sure where to start? Here, we tapped two skin-care experts to get their best after-care sun tips. Keep reading to learn how to heal sunburned skin fast and minimize peeling - straight from the experts.

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