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omfg_megan asked:

16 Jul 2009

sunburn...kinda?

i hve rly smooth skin and im always rly pale looking and when i get sun burn it gets bumpy :/ i hve sunburn on my face :( any ideas on how to make the bumps go away? plzz? thnx

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kekye

kekye says:

Posted on 16 Jul 2009

are they itchy?

kekye

kekye says:

Posted on 16 Jul 2009

http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=1871521

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kekye

kekye says:

Posted on 16 Jul 2009

http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Dermatology/Sunburn-and-Bump/show/578532

omfg_megan

omfg_megan says:

Posted on 16 Jul 2009

not itchy just ugly...lol it always happens so its annoying

dominique

dominique says:

Posted on 16 Jul 2009

moisturize it...maybe with luciderm lotion or cetaphil lotion...it works really gud for me.

beach406

beach406 says:

Posted on 16 Jul 2009

it might be something called sun poising i get it to when you touch it it hurts. put aloe on it like 2 times a day it should go awayy

amaay

amaay says:

Posted on 16 Jul 2009

it sounds like it is sun poisoning. it happens when your skin gets too much sun. it's nothing major. just apply a genorous amount of lotion around about three to four times a daay(:

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babiijuiciix3

babiijuiciix3 says:

Posted on 16 Jul 2009

a girl i know has the same problem only it was on her back and every time she had the chance she kept applying aloe and keeping it covered when she had to be in the sun

ctl888

ctl888 says:

Posted on 16 Jul 2009

Make sure everytime you go outside to use some sort of sunscreen/ sunblock... your skin is more delicate.



The bumps are your skin being irritated from the burn. Aloe is best. Give it time.

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