Remedies for sunburns pictures

    

People love the sun, and some us love spending all day in it. We use sunscreen, but that only goes so far. So, our skin burns, leaving us with a painful sunburn. But do we just have to deal with it, or are there things that can be done to help? Actually, there are many things that can be done to help, and all of them without spending a ton of money, and staying right at home. Taking a bath in which baking soda is mixed with cool water, and soaking for 15-20 minutes, will soothe your burn. Do not stay in any longer, and do not towel off when you are done. Stay away from salts, bubble baths, and oils. Aloe vera is one of the best natural remedies. You can take out the redness and sting with its thick gel-like juice. The plant is available at most nurseries and can simply be split open and applied straight to the burn. You can use this gel up to 5 times a day. Applying a cool, damp cloth directly to the burn, re-wetting to keep it cool, every few minutes will get rid of some of the pain and soothe the skin. Keeping hydrated by drinking plenty of water will help the burns heal. The sunburn caused the skin to become dehydrated while it was being burned, so it only makes sense to hydrate it in order to soothe the burn. Rubbing a good moisturizer into the skin will help your skin heal. For even better relief, put the lotion in the fridge before you apply it. Sunburns are no fun, as the pain and discomfort that come from them can be nearly unbearable. These remedies will help the burn go away and relieve some of the pain. You can reduce some of the suffering.






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