How to deal with your kids first case of sunburn

kids first case of sunburn
Aloe Gelly is the best for soothing and healing

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  1. Shirley Corder says:

    Oh shame! Poor Travis! Aloe Vera is wonderful for any type of burn. I hope his doesn’t hurt too much. Interview with a Protagonist and his author.

  2. Jenni says:

    It is good to know these tips. I am an adult and it so hurts getting sun burnt so it must be horrible for a poor little kid who didn’t really know what was wrong. I love aloe vera though it has such a cooling effect.

  3. Marcie says:

    We were just in 100 degree heat last weekend while traveling and my 3yo got so red! Thankfully, my Mom had sunscreen in her purse and we offered him many different drinks. It’s so important to stay hydrated when sunburned!

  4. Some fantastic tips here – especially going inside once you are burnt. There is nothing worse than skin that is already red being out in the sun for longer. I always try to keep myself covered in sunscreen but sometimes even with factor 50 I can still catch the sun. I will have to look in to picking up some of that aloe gel, I usually use aftersun but I can imagine the aloe will be much more soothing.

  5. I always get sunburned because I have a very delicate skin… but I can’t even imagine how painful it could be for a little kid! Aloe gel seems to be the perfect solution, provided that it should never happen, ideally! I’ll suggest this to my sister in law who has a fair skinned little one!

  6. thetravelleaf says:

    I’ve actually heard that Aloe Gelly does wonders to sunburned skin. It helps so fast and effectively. This is a good reminder to pay more attention to these things and not to drop the ball 🙂

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