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AfterBurn Sunburn Rescue Gel

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AfterBurn Sunburn Rescue Gel

Sun burnt skin can be really painful and it doesn’t take much exposure to the sun to feel tender, burnt and red. AfterBurn Sunburn Rescue Gel could be the answer.

AfterBurn Sunburn Rescue Gel claims to be clinically proven to treat and repair sun damaged skin unlike a tradition ‘aftersun’ product which simply moisturises.

The gel has an osmotic action that draws water from deep in the skin (the dermis) to the surface (the epidermis) helping to rehydrate and treat sun damaged skin.

An amazing 40% of us still use below the recommended minimum sun protection factor and 43% of us only use sun protection abroad. No wonder that 9 out of 10 people have been experienced painful sunburn by overexposure to UV rays.

The gel is odourless, non sticky, doesn’t stain and is rapidly absorbed and acts quickly on the skin. The product contains no alcohol, added preservatives or colourings. It is available from pharmacies and leading retailers and costs £9.99 for 75g.

Editor’s note (28 June 2017): AfterBurn Sunburn Rescue Gel is no longer sold but you may want to consider the following alternatives:

Aloe Pura Organic Aloe Vera Gel, 200 ml

  • Aloe Pura purest aloe vera gel captures the maximum nutritional activity of the aloe barbadensis plant for your benefit. It is made using only the inner gel from plump, ripe organic aloe vera leaves. This soothing, moisturising and healing gel is ideal for dry, damaged skin and for using on stretch marks, scars, chapped skin, minor burns and after sun exposure. The quality of this product is recognised by the Aloe Science Council who have independently certified it for content and purity.

Reliburn Burn Gel Relief For Scalds Burns First Aid – 3.5g Sachet (Each)

  • For use on minor burns, scalds and sunburn. Emergency first aid burn gel for small burn areas absorbs and dissipates heat. Burn gel specifically designed to be used as a first aid treatment for burns and scalds. A good idea to keep some near common burn areas such as by the cooker, in your family first aid kit or vehicle first aid kit.

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