If you want an extra cooling effect and love the freshness of the skin, try leaving some of your favorite skin care products in the refrigerator. I would like to point out that it is very important to prevent the bad sides of sunbathing by avoiding direct sun exposure during the day and wearing a protective factor throughout the day.
The first step after a long exposure to sun is the shower in cold water. Avoid using normal shower gels that can dry out the skin further. Naturally dry or tap off the excess water.
We all remember a good old trick with yogurt getting rid of red, burnt skin. Perhaps you do not have to buy every single yoghurt in the local store on a lonely island, because you had a bad run in with the sun. Try Korres YOGHURT Cooling After Sun Face & Body. It is lightweight gel-like texture, quickly absorbs into the skin leaving it soft and supple. And yes, it really contains yogurt and yes, you can keep it in the fridge for better, refreshing results.
A-DERMA AFTER-SUN LOTION, a lotion intended to alleviate the symptoms of excessive exposure to sunlight, nourishes the skin and keeps it supple and hydrated. It contains hyaluronic acid and vegetable oils that work on skin care even hours after direct exposure. It can be used on the face and on the body, intended for children and adults. A pleasant smell disappears when applied.
If you have sunburns, try Neoviderm hydrating and soothing treatment. You can also use it after chemical and laser peelings. It's good to have it as a permanent companion in the bag, especially in0 the summer time. Enhances regeneration of the skin so it can be used after burns of the first and second stages.
Aloe Vera, especially the one that does not contain alcohol, is a great companion in everyday use. It can be found in all drugstores and can help fight numerous problems, including red and irritated skin.