On a recent trip to Hawaii, my husband and I did what many tourists do while in Waikiki...we stayed out on the beach too long and turned a nice shade of pink! We weren't really burnt, but oh-so-close! Most likely we were going to develop some minor pain and dry skin so we needed to get a jump on it! During our evening walk down Kalakaua Avenue in the heart of Waikiki, we stopped in at the Waikiki Aloe store. We talked to the knowledgeable sales person and ended up purchasing a 16 oz size of Save A Tan, a lotion that should soothe and moisturize our skin.
After we got back to the motel room we applied Save A Tan to our sun-scorched skin. In a short amount of time we were feeling some relief from the heat that was radiating from our skin surface. The product contains 80% pure aloe so that expains the soothing action. We continued to use the product every day while we were vacationing, and our skin stayed moisturized even as we were exposed to the daily sun and salt water. The only problem I had was that it seemed a little heavy, but it was a tradeoff for having smooth silky skin. Plus it smells good! Very fresh!
My husband also liked Save A Tan as much as I did. In fact we loaded up on a few bottles before we flew back home. But not to worry! You can order this lotion on the internet through their web site. http://www.waikikialoe.com/ It's not just for after sun care, it works equally as well on dry skin in the winter.
This stuff's not cheap, but it's worth it! Plus, you have to factor in shipping charges so it can be expensive. Since I've personally tried it, I don't mind paying for something that does what it claims. If you get to Waikiki, stop in and get a sample. I believe you'll be sold on Save A Tan too!