What is the best way to treat a sunburn? "Hydration and getting the heat out of the skin, says Jessica Taylor, an esthetician at Red Lotus skin Care in Beaverton, Oregon, but never ice.Even the most religious sunscreen user is bound to get a sunburn sometime in their life. To calm down the "burning" we want to use nice cold water and some aloe vera to help calm some symptoms down.As for treating the burn, depending on the severity, an esthetician can help heal it up for you. Hydrocortisone, arnica and bisbolol are key ingredients for helping to heal the burn.Home care is also very important for getting rid of that burn as soon as possible. Use a very gentle cleanser and hydrating serums or creams. Aloe vera is also a good one as it calms down the skin and provides the hydration. To prevent any more damage, make sure you're wearing your spf, applying it a couple of times a day, even when you cannot see the sun. Ladies should also wear a sunhat to protect the face!