However, there are many resources and techniques available to assist individuals who want to quit. Consult with your healthcare professional for information on these resources.
However, young children in southern states suffer more than their peers in other regions
What not to put on sunburn:
Butter or petroleum jelly. Greasy salves can hold heat in the wound and slow healing.
Your own concoction. If you're not sure what to do, call your doctor.
Abrasive soaps or hot water. Besides adding more heat to sunburn, hot water -- because it leaches out body oils -- is more drying than cold water.
Ice. Instead, wrap the ice in a towel and place the towel on your skin.
Perfumes or colognes. The chemicals in them can irritate skin that already is hurt.