Sunburn is basically a burn that affects our skin tissue as a result of overexposure to the ultraviolet radiation coming from the sun’s rays. The result is red, burnt skin that is sensitive to the touch.


  • The skin will eventually heal itself and become less painful and red as the days go by.
  • Excessive UV radiation is the leading cause of skin tumours and cancers.
  • To prevent sunburn reduce your exposure to the sun. Wear an SPF30+ sunscreen and protective clothing such as hats and UV resistant clothing.
  • For people suffering sunburn a skin treatment that soothes and calms the skin is advisable. Sunburnt skin is very dry so it is advisable to treat with a product that contains a moisturizer.


SKLEER All in One Skin Corrective soothes and calms skin due to the anti-inflammatory properties of the SKLEER ingredients. The combination of essential oils in SKLEER: Eucalyptus, Tea Tree, Caraway, Cinnamon and Cardamom work synergistically. The proprietary gel formula takes the potent essential oils deep into the skin to optimise healing and take moisture into the lower levels. The therapeutic power of SKLEER lies in the fact that the gel takes the natural ingredients to the lower levels of the skin for enhanced penetration and effectiveness. The SKLEER All in One Skin Corrective gel then forms a protective layer on the skin to help lock moisture in and hence creates a perfect environment for regeneration and restoration.

SKLEER contains no parabens, no harmful preservatives, no lanolin, no hydroquinone, no corticosteroids and is not tested on animals. The all natural formula is ideal for even the most sensitive of skins and all age groups, including babies and toddlers. Thanks to the unique patent pending formulation SKLEER All in One Skin Corrective is non-greasy.


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For soothing sunburn apply to the affected skin 4 times a day. Sun exposure should be minimised and it is best to use a suncreen with at least 30+ SPF. Apply SKLEER before applying sun screen.

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