If you do get sunburn, aloe vera (алоэ вера) gel is an extremely soothing and non-toxic solution. Buy it in tubes or tubs and generously coat your sunburn. No need to rub it in, it'll do that on its own. Sit on stools or other places with no backs to push into your skin. Sleep with only a sheet to cover you that evening. Keep slathering on the aloe vera gel to soothe you. And keep lights darkened in the house to help your eyes recover from the sun glare and to help trick your mind into thinking things are a little cooler around you.
Sunscreen should be reapplied every two hours.
Since it's hard to put sunscreen around your eyes, wear large sunglasses for a physical (физический) barrier.
It's a good idea to purchase a waterproof sunscreen and apply it liberally whether you think you'll be going in the water or not.
Vinegar makes the stinging stop, although it's better to do at home than when you are going out because of the smell.
Avoid wool or synthetics with sunburn though you'll be most comfortable with no clothing on the affected area.
Use sunscreens with SPF between 15-30. These pH are skin friendly.