Oatmeal

Take a soak in a cool Oatmeal bath, you can either buy a colloidal Oatmeal product or simply grind up a cup of Oatmeal in a food processor and add it to your bath water.

Green Tea

A Green Tea compress, brew up a pot of Green Tea and let it cool.
Then soak a clean cloth in the Tea and use as a compress for sunburned areas. Green Tea contains catechin and tannic acid which help soothe sunburn pain.

Peppermint

Use the cooling qualities of Peppermint, either make Peppermint tea or mix two drops of Peppermint oil with a cup of lukewarm water, chill then gently bathe the sunburned area.

Vinegar

Vinegar contains acetic acid which can help ease sunburn pain, itching, and inflammation. Try taking a cool bath with two cups of cider Vinegar added to the bathwater.

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is one of the best remedies to help repair your skin it is loaded with powerful glyconutrients which accelerate healing. It’s best to use the gel from a fresh plant, cut open a matured Aloe Vera leaf and apply the thick gel-like juice to your sunburned skin to reduce the sting and redness of your sunburned skin.

Potatoes

Potatoes have starch-based compounds that may help soothe sunburn. Chop an uncooked Potato into slices, and rub or pat down a piece on your sore sunburned spots.

Coriander Oil

Coriander Oil can be soothing gently rubbed it onto your sunburn.

Strawberries

Strawberries contain tannin which can help alleviate the pain from sunburn. Apply a mashed cup of ripened Strawberries to your sunburn. Let it rest for a few minutes and then rinse with cool water.

Cucumber

Cucumber provide instant soothing effects by simply applying cooled slices directly to your sunburn.