Aspirin for a Sunburn?

Damn! I wish I’d bought that Aspirin I was looking at in the shop in Texas. Check this out: it seems that Aspirin is one of the best treatments for sunburn, or so says this doctor… at least, I assume the poster is a doctor. He or she went to medical school, so he or she claims, and he or she makes a believable explanation of why it should work. Note that his or her website does not load, though. Hmmm. It’s a funny thing when you doubt someone’s honestly based on the fact the personal website for which they provide you with a link does not load. Too bad, as I believe Aspirin is not available in Korea. At least, I don’t think I’ve seen it.

Ah well, I should be okay in a few days anyway. The burn still gets hot but a cool shower seems to help, even if the dryness after is no good. (That’s why I have cream, and no, it wasn’t expensive.)

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  1. Well,I don’t know if it’s authentic, but I bought something at the shop called Aspirin and it’s got an anti-inflammatory ingredient (actually anti-pyrolitic or something, but it works out the the same meaning I think). Anyway, we’ll give it a shot. :)

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