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*About Soleve*

The only licensed medicine for mild to moderate sunburn combining ibuprofen
and isopropyl myristate. Soleve Sunburn Relief is brand new and only
available in the UK.

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Where to buy

Only sold in the UK, Soleve Sunburn Relief is currently available for
purchase from the pharmacy counter at independent pharmacies.

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** About Sunburn **

*What is sunburn?*

Lady with sunburnt shoulder

Sunburn is skin redness, swelling and tenderness caused by overexposure of
unprotected skin to sunlight. It is caused by excessive UV radiation, and
not by the sun’s heat. This means our skin can burn even on breezy or
cloudy and cold days, and can also be caused by the use of sunlamps or
sunbeds.

Sunburn can range in severity from mild and painless redness of the skin to
very painful red skin associated with blistering and swelling. Sunburn has
a delayed onset, usually taking approximately 4 hours after overexposure
for the first redness to appear, and is likely to worsen during the
subsequent 24 to 48-hour period after being first noticed.

Mild to moderate sunburn is characterised by red, warm and tender skin.
Soleve has been developed for pain relief of this kind of sunburn. Mild to
moderate sunburn usually take 3 to 4 days to get better.

More serious burns result in remarkably painful and swollen skin that
blisters. Any other symptoms that may occur at the same time, such as
fever, sickness, vomiting, rash, headache, confusion, weakness or even
convulsions (fitting) require immediate medical attention. Do not use
Soleve


Source: www.solevesunburnrelief.co.uk/about-sunburn.ashx


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