Although some of the most painful sunburns can equate to countless fun memories at the beach, they can take a toll on your body. As much as we try to prevent them, it's not always easy to avoid a severe sunburn.
"If you have sunburn, I recommend you stay out of the sun and heat to allow your body and skin to hydrate and cool off," suggested Dr. Julie Karen, dermatologist and consultant to Edgewell Personal Care, the makers of Banana Boat. "You should also take an anti-inflammatory and use cool soaks or [a] compress." Aloe vera gel and hydrocortisone can also help with the pain.