About Sunburn Drink

No matter what brings you outside, we have you covered inside. At Sunburn Drink we are committed to delivering high-quality products that inspire you to be well from the skin to within! Headquartered in sunny Tampa, Florida the Sunburn Drink team knows a thing or two about hot sunny days. Sunburn Drink was created by people, for people and it works!

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How The Sun Burns You

Sunburn is caused by too much exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light. UV light may be from sunlight or artificial sources, such as sunlamps and tanning beds.

Melanin is the dark pigment in the skin's outer layer that gives skin its normal color. When you're exposed to UV light, your body protects itself by producing melanin faster. The extra melanin creates a tan. A suntan is the body's way of blocking UV rays to prevent sunburn. But the protection only goes so far. Too much UV light causes the skin to burn.

You can get sunburn on cool or cloudy days. Snow, sand, water, and other surfaces can reflect UV rays that cause the skin to burn too.

What A Sunburn Can Do To You

Sunburn signs and symptoms can include:

  • Changes in skin tone, such as pinkness or redness

  • Skin that feels warm or hot to the touch

  • Pain and tenderness

  • Swelling

  • Small fluid-filled blisters, which may break

  • Headache, fever, nausea, and fatigue, if the sunburn is severe

  • Eyes that feel painful or gritty

Any exposed part of your body — including your earlobes, scalp, and lips — can burn. Even covered areas can burn if, for example, your clothing has a loose weave that allows ultraviolet (UV) light through. Your eyes, which are extremely sensitive to the sun's UV light, also can burn.

Sunburn signs and symptoms usually appear within a few hours after sun exposure. But it may take a day or more to know how severe the sunburn is.

Within a few days, your body may start to heal itself by peeling the damaged skin's top layer. After peeling, your skin may temporarily have an irregular color and pattern. A bad sunburn may take several days to heal.


How Sunburn Drink Helps

Sunburn Drink is more easily absorbed by your body than any other outdated method; Fortified with key elements to boost immune support, promote collagen and fibroblast production, increase cutaneous blood flow, and promote, protect, and improve healthy cell regeneration in your skin’s deeper layers thus supporting the body’s ability to restore itself naturally and timelier. Our powerful, well-balanced combination of skin-supporting micro and macronutrients is absorbed through ingestion and circulates through your bloodstream to your skin.


When we ingest nutrients, antioxidants, and proteins our body (stomach acid) breaks it down and converts it into the bloodstream to be distributed throughout our body and to the correct layers of the skin. 


Antioxidants are known to help protect from free radicals on a cellular level and absorption of ultraviolet radiation into the skin is a direct cause of cellular free radical damage. They also neutralize the side effects of UV-damaged cells. Sunburn Drink has also included collagen and collagen boosters in the proprietary blend to aid in the breakdown of amino acids to increase the skin’s hydration, laxity, and appearance of wrinkles and saggy skin. 


Sunburn Drink delivers a carefully selected blend of micro and macronutrients and powerful anti-oxidation support straight to the epicenter of your healing machine – the gut. Sunburn Drink is rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants which improve protein synthesis in our body and skin tissues, increase cutaneous blood flow and expedite your body’s natural healing process. 

How To Use Sunburn Drink

STEP ONE: Each box contains two packets. Empty one packet into a bottle of water, shake, and enjoy!

STEP TWO: Get some rest. Drink lots of water. Allow your body to heal!

STEP THREE: 12 hours later, empty the second packet into a bottle of water. Shake. Enjoy!


STEP FOUR: Your burn should be gone, but continue to drink lots of water to help your body revitalize. No more burn. No more peeling.


Excessive sun exposure, even without sunburn, increases your risk of skin cancer, such as melanoma. It can damage the DNA of skin cells. Sunburns in childhood and adolescence may increase your risk of developing melanoma later in life.

Skin cancer develops mainly on areas of the body most exposed to sunlight, including the scalp, face, lips, ears, neck, chest, arms, hands, legs, and back.

Some types of skin cancer appear as a small growth or a sore that bleeds easily, crusts over, heal, and then reopens. With melanoma, an existing mole may change, or a new, suspicious-looking mole may develop. A type of melanoma called lentigo maligna develops in areas of long-term sun exposure. It starts as a tan flat spot that slowly darkens and enlarges.

See your doctor if you notice a new skin growth, a bothersome change in your skin, a change in the appearance or texture of a mole, or a sore that doesn't heal.


Proudly Partnered With Save Florida's Beaches

Sunburn Drink loves our beaches and works throughout the year with Save Florida's Beaches on many red tide research and cleanup projects.

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Corporate Office: Tampa, Florida

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