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Soothe sunburn quick with this simple two ingredient sunburn relief spray.

2 Ingredient Sunburn Relief Spray + Essential Oil Giveaway | Pretty Handy Girl

Two Ingredient Sunburn Relief Spray

Oops I did it again. I forgot to put sunscreen on and lost track of time while weeding this weekend. Now my skin is paying the price with a deep red sunburn.

sunburned shoulder | Pretty Handy Girl

In an effort to find some natural relief, I turned to my essential oil bible: Modern Essentials guide to essential oils book (affiliate link) and found that lavender is a natural pain reliever and soothing oil for burns.

2 Ingredient Sunburn Relief Spray + Essential Oil Giveaway | Pretty Handy Girl

To make this sunburn relief spray, you need only two ingredients! It’s a good idea to keep this bottle handy. Hopefully you won’t need it, but its cooling mist is soothing on sunburned skin.

2 Ingredient Sunburn Relief Spray

Ingredients:

2 Ingredient Sunburn Relief Spray + Essential Oil Giveaway | Pretty Handy Girl

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Instructions:

Pour 4 ounces of water into a spray bottle. Dispense 10 drops of Lavender oil into the spray bottle.

2 Ingredient Sunburn Relief Spray + Essential Oil Giveaway | Pretty Handy Girl

Swirl the ingredients to mix. Spray onto your sunburned skin.

2 Ingredient Sunburn Relief Spray + Essential Oil Giveaway | Pretty Handy Girl

We just used this spray on my son and my niece while at the beach and they both reported instant relief from their sunburn symptoms. Hooray!

I hope you find this Two Ingredient Sunburn Relief spray equally as helpful this summer.

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13 replies
  1. jet
    jet says:

    Hi ,i’m very glad with this recepy of yours. It isn’t for myself but for my cat. she love the sunshine, but she can’t do that anymore of her too heavely and easy sunburnings.
    And after some miniutes with sunblock cream there wasn’t a good sunbutn relief.
    I must only don’t use the extra jummie smell so she will alowed it.
    thank you very much for this recipy and the sharing , we both like it and appriciate it;-D

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  2. Holly
    Holly says:

    I love doTerra oils! Question: where do you find the metal or glass spray bottles? I know you aren’t supposed to use plastic bottles with the oils. Thanks!

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  3. Pamela
    Pamela says:

    Brittany, I believe in the symptom relieving powers of herbs; I’ve been using them for many years. I make my own tinctures, oils, and teas when I have a problem that needs relieving. But I’m very cautious about companies that sell essential oils or anything as this one does. Nothing outside of antibiotics is a cure that I am aware of. I came across this company a couple years ago, but recently was passed this particular article and I thought you might be interested in reading it.

    http://www.kidnurse.org/why-essential-oils-arent-natural/

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  4. Ashley
    Ashley says:

    Here is a two ingredient recipe for sunburns that I received from my grandmother years ago: very strongly brewed black tea. Allow several tea bags to steep in boiling water for 4-5 minutes, add ice, and chill. Use the tea bags to apply the cold tea to the affected area. The tannins in the tea help remove the sting. It works, is inexpensive, and this remedy is 100% natural. You can even compost the leftover tea bags!

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  5. Kay Pullen
    Kay Pullen says:

    Sounds great! Where might I be able to purchase the book you mentioned?
    I’ve been dallying with oils for a couple years but, very much a novice yet. Surely want and need to learn more! 🙂

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