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ok guys Happy SUMMER BUT I REALLY NEED HELP!!! HOW DO YOU GET RID OF A SUNBURN AND FAST LIKE IN A HOUR OR 2? I GOT A SUNBURN YESTERDAY AND I NEED IT GONE BY 5:30 I have a skit i have to do its in front of 40-50 ppl and plus i have to do it with the boy i like i have liked him for 5 years i really need help guys please

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  1. anonymous
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    @paki @bleebleebleed @jagr2713

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    please i beg

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    http://www.instructables.com/id/The-single-most-effective-way-to-get-rid-of-a-sunb/ http://butterbeliever.com/sunburn-remedy/ Might help you ! You want tricky crazy ideas, then i may go forward...

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    it cant be overnight i have to get rid of the sunburn by 5:30

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    and plus i tried that it doesnt work i am a 12 year old girl :(

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    why not try to cover it up with some cloths or designs ? Since we are not machines or transformers, we can only wait to heal by body itself. Also, WHAT ARE THE BEST PRODUCTS? Calamine lotion will help to cool skin while, when it comes to moisturising, look for products containing ingredients like aloe vera and vitamin e, which quickly deliver a lot of moisture to skin. Naturally, it is said, tomatoes can help a lot. WILL ANTIHISTAMINE CREAM OR PILLS HELP? No. An antihistamine won't work because the reaction you're seeing on the skin isn't a histamine reaction. It may look similar - red, swelling - but as the cause is not related, an antihistamine won't help.

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