It looks bad but it works - Noxzema.
Aloe, Aloe, Aloe! As weird as it sounds too if you can use it fresh from the plant use it, it works better. I burnt my legs horribly about a month and a half ago down in Jamaica and a local women gave me the cream fresh from the plant and it took away the pain and soothed it down really quick.
I know, I think I would've been stuck in bed for days if it wasn't for it.
fresh aloe and some ice packs to reduce the temperature, also some tylenol will help with the pain. :) hope you feel a little better in the morning.
I agree with those who say Noxema. It stops the pain and calms the burn. Immediate relief.<br />
Aloe works but doesn't help the pain.<br />
Another OLD remedy is TEA. Brew some bags of very strong tea. Cool and apply with a terry-cloth rag or tissue(something soft.) <br />
The tanic acid will reduce the inflamation. (use regular bags and not certain if decafenated is the same) Brand doesn't matter. The sronger the better. Have a friend put it on. Be sure to place a towel between you and your sheets as it will likely stain. It will only temporary stain your skin.
Vinegar is also helpful.
Really? Wow, I thought MOAR BEER was always helpful....
Maybe that explains the dark spots...
noxzema cold cream.
You have a radiation burn. Take a long, cool shower, allowing the water to run over the sunburned area.
Put a cool wet towel across your legs and lay in front of a fan. Use aloe. Honey is also good for burns.
Honey yes. Will fix anything. But it has to be non-pasteurized. Straight from the hive. I heard a story from a lady who used non pasteurized honey for cataract removal. A drop a day removed the build up. No scars and even gave her better sight.
Aloe Vera gel works pretty well and is all natural. Just make sure it's 100% aloe and no alcohol.
Aloe...lots and lots of it...also take Tylenol
If they are blistered you have a problem....if not...a cool bath and some aloe or a product call solacane....it is a aloe gel with a topical anesthesia.
why blistered, problem?
Blistered skin is a second degree burn and can become infected....plus it can leave a scar.