I know you've heard plenty of people preach that ale vera works miracles! and to some degree It does...but I remember when I was in nursing school. I learned some really effective home remedies to cure a sunburn which I still use today, because it works as if it's magic
1----Just add milk---Dip some gauze into milk and apply it to your sunburned skin. The milk should be about room temperature or slightly cooler but not refrigerator-cold. Milk is an excellent remedy for any kind of burn.
2----Get Jolly Green skin care---Wrapping a bag of frozen corn or peas in a towel and applying it to the burned area also helps cool the pain. But be sure, to wrap it first, so you don't place the icy package directly on your skin.
3----Soak yourself in diluted vinegar. Pour one cup of white cider kitchen vinegar into a tub of tepid water and soak yourself in it, It's very soothing to your skin and helps relieve the pain of sunburn."
4----Or try baking soda and cornstarch. Another recipe for relief, also from the kitchen cabinet: Mix 1/4 cup of baking soda and 1/4 cup of cornstarch into a tub of tepid water and soak yourself.
5---Heal with oatmeal. If you find the smell of vinegar or milk too intense, you can wrap dry oatmeal in some gauze or cheesecloth and run cool water through it. Wring out the excess water and apply the cloth for 20 minutes every two to four hours.
6---Don't be too clean. While you have sunburn, stay away from highly fragrant bubble baths, soaps, colognes and perfumes. They may be too drying and irritating to your already parched skin. Stick with mild soaps and don't scrub too hard when you wash.