So you got a sun­Burn?

Speed up the heal­ing process and re­duce red­ness with our fas­tact­ing tips. (Next time, you’ll step up the SPF!)

Cosmopolitan (Philippines) - - Fun, Fearless Beauty -

re­verse Dam­age

a sun­burn is like a free rad­i­cal

free-for- all, in­duc­ing Dna mu­ta­tions that can, over time,

lead to skin cancer. Con­sider cell- re­pair­ing an­tiox­i­dants—like vi­ta­min e (in Burt’s Bees’, here), vi­ta­min C, green tea ex­tract, and

niaci­namide—your all- stars.

Con­ceal the Deal

if you’re see­ing red, swap your go-to foun­da­tion for a tinted ceramide

cream (at right). Tap on to hide irri ta tion and heal the skin. “if you start peel­ing, though, it’s best to stay away from tints of any kind,” says Dr. karen, since they can ac­cu­mu­late in dry spots and make them look worse.

MARCH 2016

Cos­mopoli­tan

Burt's Bees milk & Honey

Body lo­tion, P895. olay nat­u­ral White Fair­ness Cream and serum swirl, P369. mario Bade­scu Ceramide lo­tion, P1,300.

The 5-minute makeover

el­iz­a­beth ar­den Ceramide lift and Firm

makeup SPF 15, P3,350.

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