Spring is here, and summer is soon to come, which means vacations, and staying out in the sun. Which, of course, leads to sunburned skin. Most people have a sunburn at least once in their life, and it probably isn’t the happiest moment in their life that they can relate to. In addition to be damaging to the skin’s healt, sunburns just look bad. While some people don’t mind a little tan, nobody likes to sport the lobster-face look for over a week.
During the time that your skin is sunburned you have to be especially careful with what you put on it. It’s best not to wear makeup, and exfoliants, manual and chemical, should be avoided until the skin heals. So, what can you do to try and heal the damaged, red, flaky, skin? Try Kukui Nut Cream.
Kukui is a nut that originates from Hawaii, and was often used by Hawaiian royalty for its moisturizing properties. The nut shell can often be seen on different jewelries, but the nut itself is a real skin-saver, especially for sunburned skin. It helps to moisturize skin, which is essential in order to speed the skin’s healing process, and it also helps to even out the skin tone. It also contains Vitamin A, C, and E, which all help to even out the skin tone, as well as prevent free-radical damage to the skin’s cells. It’s able to penetrate to even the deepest layers of skin, giving moisture from within.
I’ve personally had a fast recovery from a moderate sunburn with the cream, but Kukui Nut Oil has also been recommended by many people for sunburn damage.
Oils of Aloha Kukui Cream, Fragrance Free-here for $15.95
Oils of Aloha Kukui Oil-here for $16.99
If anyone is willing to share their experiences with Kukui Nut products, comment in the section below! Have a happy spring and summer, without getting sunburned!