TAT Peeling Skin From Sunburn - How to Stop It??

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  1. who?

    who? Guest

    it's already begun peeling, and the spot is getting bigger...
    how do i make it stop??
     
  2. Sebulous

    Sebulous New Member

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    I've been told, read, and heard to use white vinegar after being burned. It is supposed to cool the burn and help remove the skin.
     
  3. who?

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    hm what about this:
    does it peel only where you were sunburnt? or does it continue to peel as far as it wants?
     
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    vinigar is acid, I dont see how acid is going to help you heal faster...maybe I'm missing somthing. just use aloe or body lotion (It rubs the lotion on it's skin. It does this whenever it's told.). when skin dies its gonna fall off eventually just dont pick at it or it can scar.
     
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    xela So say we all!

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    Right after I go out in the sun I lube my body up with aloe...haven't peeled yet.
     
  7. who?

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    thanks..ill keep the last 2 suggestions in my mind next time i tan...

    i've ALREADY started peeling though, anyone have any tip to stop it from peeling further and further down my body?
     
  8. darkrick

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    If you're peeling already, there's not really anything you can do to stop it.
    It'll stop when your body has gotten rid of what's already dead / dying.
    Most you can really do now is just moisturise the area - helps a bit :hs:
     
  9. Cherryfire

    Cherryfire "If we believe obsurdities, we shall commit atroci

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    Obligatory asshole response:

    Wear sunscreen. ;)
     
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    I never burn, im happy. Now the only reason I use sun screen is because I have a tattoo lol.
     
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    Keep using some sort of repair lotion. Like dry skin relief or something. It will impede progress of the peeling.
     

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