Do Not Buy Lidocaine Before You Try Natural Sunburn Relief

Sunburn

Reddish color of Sunburn

Spent too much time out in the open? Whether you were aiming for that perfect tan or just trying to have a good time outdoors, too much sun exposure can lead to red sunburned skin.

Although sunburn does heal after some time, its initial phase will have to include pain and hot spots. Luckily, you can whip up sunburn relief from your very own kitchen and enjoy a pain free tan.

Soak up with baking soda. Simply add 4 tablespoons of baking soda or more to cool bath water. Soak in it for 20 minutes and air dry. Do not use a towel to dry your skin and do not remove the baking soda from your skin. Baking soda is a good sunburn soothing agent.

If you don’t have baking soda, try adding oatmeal instead. Just mix in 1/2 cup to 1 cup of oatmeal or oatmeal powder into your cool bath water and go for a 20 minute soak. Like baking soda, do not towel dry and make sure not to remove oatmeal from your skin.

Use aloe vera on your skin! Indeed, this classic remedy still works miracles. Simply slit open some aloe vera leaves and apply the gel onto your skin. Aloe vera helps soothe the pain brought about by sunburn and can help subside the reddish color of a sunburn.

Avoid direct expose to sun to reduce sunburn

Avoid direct expose to sun to reduce sunburn

Try applying cool milk to your sunburn. You can use a cloth or gauze. Milk helps ease the discomfort of sunburn by creating a protein film on your skin.

Take in plenty of fluids. Spending too many hours outdoors not only dehydrates and burns your skin but also dehydrates your whole body. Replenish lost fluids by taking in more water. This can also help sunburn heal faster.

No matter what, when you expose your skin under the sun, always take some nessasary protection from exposing directly to the sun such as wearing hat, long sleeves shirt etc. This can reduce the chances where your skin gets burn.

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2 Easy Ways to Relieve Sunburn Naturally

Sunburn relief using Home Remedies solution

Sunburn relief using Home Remedies solution

Now is about end of March and summer time is not too far from now. When you are planning to enjoy the hot and sunny summer time, make sure you take care of from sunburn.

We all know that sunburn is very bad for us. And the only best advice is to avoid overexposure to the sun. But how can you avoid the fun outdoors specially now that summer is beckoning you to have fun outside?

Certainly, you would not pass the opportunity to have fun under the sun eh?
So, just in case you forgot to take the necessary precautions to avoid sunburn, here are some natural remedies.

The ever famous aloe vera is the best natural remedy to  relieve sunburn. Minor sunburns soaks the aloe gel so amazingly fast. It absorbs the heat, pain and redness.

If an aloe plant is available, you can get the gel directly from the leaves. Break a leaf, squish the gel and spread it directly on the burn.

Then rinse with water that has been boiled and cooled and pat dry with a sterile cloth. Repeat three or four times during the day and then as needed.

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera

Also find relief from the refrigerator using your ever favorite yogurt. It is very cooling and has natural moisturizer. You can apply it liberally on the burned area and leave on for about 10 minutes.

Remember. while you try to soothe sunburn, always load up on antioxidants to speed up healing. Since the skin is broken, infection is possible. It is advised to take Vitamin A, C and E.

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