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The gel form of aloe vera alone works very well but it is even better if you freeze it.

Squeeze the gel into ice cube trays and pop into the freezer to have it on hand for whenever the burn strikes.

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For instant, soothing sunburn relief, try filling your ice cube tray with aloe vera and freezing.

The next time you find yourself burned and stinging, grab a frozen aloe vera cube and rub over the burned area.

It will not only cool you down because it’s frozen, but the aloe vera will speed up healing.

It’s a win-win!

Who knew ice cube trays were so versatile

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because it's perfect for summer.

Freeze aloe vera gel into an ice cube tray.

Not only is it convenient, but super easy too!

When you or someone you know gets a bad sunburn, pop one of the aloe vera cubes out of the tray and apply to the area.

Instant sunburn relief!


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Source: Freeze aloe vera gel in an ice cube tray to treat a sunburn, easy and a great way to cool your skin.

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Take a look below for my must-know things for summer that you might not realize are important!

By far, the first of 7 must-know things for summer is all about aloe-vera.

What I actually do to really keep my sunburn at bay is freeze the aloe-vera in an ice cube tray.

That way it's easy to take out and really cool when I put it on!

Give it a try, trust me, it works wonders and your sunburn will never overheat again!

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1/4 cup raw shea butter 2 teaspoons raw honey 2 tablespoons aloe vera gel 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil 2 tablespoons extra virgin coconut oil Directions:

Melt the shea butter, but do not boil it.

Freeze for about 15 minutes.

Whip with the rest of the ingredients.

Keeps for a couple of weeks.


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or irritate your skin.

Wash your face with lukewarm water - too hot &

you risk breaking capillaries (those very thin veins) if you go straight out into the cold afterwards.

Splash your face with cooler water after washing, pat dry (don't scrub with the towel, as this can damage your epidermis) &

smooth your moisturizer on before applying make-up.

For an extra layer of protection, use a face primer or chafe relief gel (some people just use aloe vera gel) once the moisturiser has