The Righ Home Remedies For Sunburn
Effective home remedies for sunburn
Sunburn is the painful inflammation, redness and blistering of the skin caused by over exposure to the sun.
The burns are a result of Ultra Violet (UV) light from the sun, exposed to the skin. It can happen within thirty minutes exposure to the sun.
Sometimes when the sunburn is severe, blood vessels and skin cells can become damaged. It is good to avoid repeated sunburns, because they can increase the risk of developing skin
and signs of
premature aging such as wrinkles.
You will need some special home remedies for sunburn for relief.
Symptoms of sunburn
Some of the symptoms of sunburn include throbbing headache, dizziness, feeling of passing out, hot skin, red skin, flushed face, fatigue, and falling unconscious.
Natural cures for sunburn
Lavender Essential oil
Combine aloe gel with 2 drops of lavender essential oil and apply the mixture over the burned skin to calm the pain and accelerate sunburn treatment. Lavender encourages new skin growth and is superb healer for first degree burns.
Green tea home remedy for sunburn
A compress made from green tea can reduce sunburns and relieve the sting. Boil one cup of water and pour it over one teaspoon of green tea.
Cover up the cup and let it soak for about 8 minutes. Pour the content in a bigger bowl and add another cup of bottled water to it. Wet a piece of fabric with the tea and place on the affected area for about 8 minutes, and repeat it three times daily.
Tea and cider vinegar bath
You can add these important ingredients to a bath to help treat sunburn. Pour a cup of black tea for anti-irritation and swelling tannins, and 1 cup of apple cider vinegar (a calming sunburn remedy), into your bath water.
Immerse yourself in it for about 15 minutes. You can also add 7 drops of lavender essential oil in the water.
More home remedies for sunburn
Calendula cream has been used for many years to relieve sunburn. Apply a small amount of a cream containing calendula, 3 times a day for treatment.
Cool whip Spread cool whip on the sunburn area and let it sit for 20 minutes, and rinse off with lukewarm water.
Diaper rash ointment remedy Apply some diaper rash ointment such as desitin to the sunburn to reduce pain and redness.
Mustard – sunburn home treatment
Rub some mustard on the sunburn to stop stinging and prevent blistering. Allow it to stay and dry on the skin.
Corn starch sunburn remedy
Add enough water to corn starch to make a paste and, and apply it to the sunburn for relieve.
Milk of magnesia remedy for sunburn
Apply milk of magnesia to the sunburned skin and let it dry. Allow it to stay on overnight. It keeps the skin cool all night and relieves the pain.
Vitamins and supplements
You will need vitamin A to nourish the skin and destroy free radicals which can harm cells in the body. Take the dosage as recommended. Pregnant women need to observe the required dosage for them. Vitamin E also helps in tissue repair and healing of scar tissue. Take the required amount for sunburn treatment.
Homeopathic sunburn remedies
Belladonna remedy helps the body to recover from mild to moderate sunburn. If the symptoms of the sunburn include bright red skin, throbbing skin, hot skin, and sometimes pounding headaches, use belladonna for treatment. Use the dosage recommended.
One of the simplest home remedies for sunburn is to stay out of the sun as much as you can especially during summer time. Apply some of these remedies to your skin, and experience the outcome.
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