Cucumber and Aloe Sunburn Cooler – Soothing Mist for 20-20 Hindsight


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All natural spray-on remedy for sunburnt skin, made with aloe juice, cucumber extract, rosewater, spearmint, and other skin-cooling ingredients. We all know better than to spend too much time in the sun without properly protecting ourselves, but every once in a while, we all find ourselves dealing with that painful regret that comes with a nasty burn and 20-20 hindsight.


This mist was inspired by the memory of my Oma healing our sunburns using the juice from the cut leaf of an aloe plant mixed with vinegar. I once told a neighbor to put vinegar on a sunburn and she looked at me like I’d grown three heads. So I whipped up this little gift for her, and have been sharing it with friends and family ever since, to rave reviews.


Unlike lotions, creams and salves (which you should never use on a hot sunburn), this cooling mist will draw the heat away from your skin. The aloe vera, cucumber, spearmint and vinegar are time-honored remedies for inflamed burning skin. A special blend of essential oils are included for their healing properties, and will aid the skin in repairing the damage the sunburn causes. The moisturizing quality of the Calendula Oil will help keep the skin from feeling dry and tight.


This listing is for one 4 ounce bottle with a mister top. It is not necessary to store it in the refrigerator, but you may enjoy the extra cooling sensation you feel if you do keep it cold.


Handmade item
Materials: Organic Aloe Vera Juice, Organic Witch Hazel Distillate, Organic Rose Water, Distilled Vinegar, Organic Calendula Infused Olive Oil, Cucumber Extract, Lavender Essential Oil, Helichrysum Essential Oil, Chamomile Essential Oil, Spearmint Essential Oil, Polysorbate 20, optiphen


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