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A Bad Sunburn
Start with an ibuprofen or aspirin and then apply a cream like this one, that contains Sea Whip, a natural anti-inflammatory and healing agent, before bed.
Dry, Sun-Damaged Hair
Oil-based hair serums fill the cuticle, diminishing the appearance of split ends. They'll also replenish moisture and add shine.
Excessive Sweating
New York-based dermatologist Whitney Bowe, MD recommends using clinical strength products that contain aluminum-based compounds.  
"For best results," she says, "apply antiperspirant to dry skin, ideally before bed. People tend to perspire less at night, so applying antiperspirant before bed allows more of the product’s aluminum-based active ingredient to be pulled into the sweat ducts."
Faded Hair Color

To extend the life of your color during the summer months, always use products formulated for color treated hair. These protect it from the sun and other damaging elements.

For added vibrancy, use a moisturizing mask once a week.

Melty Makeup
Once the face is completely dry, blend whatever makeup is left using a sponge—layering on more will just look uneven. Use a touch-up pen for spot treatments and next time, don't forget to use a primer!
Chlorine Damaged Hair
Wash hair with a clarifying shampoo or apple cider vinegar to remove chlorine deposits. If hair has turned green, celebrity colorist Kyle White recommends combing a mixture of acetone and water through hair while showering.
Peeling, Sunburned Skin
Resist the urge to peel! A hydrating moisturizer with healing properties like aloe and vitamin E will help patch things up in no time.
Oily, Flat Hair
A dry texturizing spray will both soak up oil and add needed volume.
A Spray Tan Gone Bad
So, you look less like a bronzed godess and more like a splochy creature? Exfoliate, exfoliate, exfoliate. When all else fails, break out the lemon juice.
Body Acne
Sunscreen and sweat can cause breakouts in areas that are usually clear. Use a body wash with salicylic acid to treat and to avoid any future flare-ups.
Frizz
Nourishing oils not only tame frizz and flyaways, but they'll also seal the cuticle so humidity can't get in.
Mosquito Bites
Witch hazel and aloe both work to decrease irritation and itching.
Tan Lines
Exfoliate to soften lines and then fill them with a gradual self tanner. For more immediate results, apply a foundation that's the same color as your tan.
Ingrown Hairs
A product containing ingredients that soothe and reduce inflammation will diminish the appearance of annoying red bumps.