DIY sunburn relief spray

I am so ready to be outside, playing in the garden, going to the park and heading to the beach. I’m ready for the sun. However, I am not ready to handle a sunburn.

While we generally don’t get sunburn, sometimes though time gets away and I spend a bit too much time in that glorious sun. Last Spring I was so anxious to spend time outside, I totally didn’t realize I got too much sun until my skin was a nice shade of red.

DIY sunburn relief spray that is completely natural to help take the sting of sun kissed skin away.

Thankfully, there are lots of things you can do to soothe that sun kissed skin with natural things.

Since my episode last Spring, I spent some time combining some of my favorite ways to help get over the burn more quickly and put them in one great DIY sunburn relief spray.

It is so nice to have this around to spray and soothe the skin. Even when you really didn’t get a burn, this DIY sunburn relief spray will still feel good on slightly pink skin.

The nice thing about this spray is that you can use all the ingredients or just some. Each has their own purpose but all are soothing to the skin.

I have a lot of success with just apple cider vinegar and lavender essential oil so don’t worry if don’t have everything.

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DIY sunburn relief spray

What you will need:

How to:

  • Add all ingredients in glass quart jar and shake.
  • Pour into small spray bottle
  • Keep in the refrigerator when not in use

*To make plantain tea, bring one cup of water to a boil, add a few leaves of a fresh plantain or a few tablespoons of dried plantain. Let steep for 10 minutes and then strain.

DIY sunburn relief spray that is completely natural to help take the sting of sun kissed skin away.

See? This is a super easy DIY sunburn relief spray that your sun burned skin will thank you for.

You can also make this and add it to a lukewarm bath for added relief if you have sunburn on extended part of your skin. Follow up with a good coating of coconut oil.

Need more home remedies? This Pinterest board is FULL of them.

 

This post is shared at The Real Food Forager for Fat Tuesdays.


*For the record, my thoughts and advice are only my experiences or what others have allowed me to share. We don’t claim to diagnose, treat or cure.*

Comments

  1. says

    Hi Jessica, This spray looks so soothing! I must admit I was a bit nervous when I saw plaintain tea as one of the ingredients but after reading your instructions, I’m sure I can handle it. Pinning it and just started following your Herbal Remedies at Home board. It looks great. Thanks!

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