Simple And Easy Home Remedies For Sunburn

Come summer and it is all about the sun and the surf! However it often happens that instead of the right amount of tan the sun can leave you with sunburns that can appear as reddish patches on your skin ad can be quite painful at times as well.
Especially if you live in a country with a tropical and temperate climate, sun burns can be pretty common and severe as well. So which is the best way to deal with sunburns? You can care for your skin very easily at home. Natural and safe, these home remedies will be gentle on your skin as well!

Using Kitchen Goods For Relief From Sunburns
Use Of Lemon And Lime
Lemon is a versatile remedy to all almost all skin problems! And it is very easily available at all households. Take the lemon juice of one or two lemons and mix it with a teaspoon of water. Apply this mixture gently and preferably with a soft towel in the affected skin. You will find instant relief from the pain and your skin will gradually heal.
Honey and lime juice make for a really delicious and pampering cream for your sunburns. Simply mix a dollop of honey with the juice of one lime and mix it well. Now take spoonfuls of this mixture and apply on the affected areas for relief. You will be guaranteed faster relief and great skin to go with it!

Lettuce Juice
For many people lettuce juice is a great way to cool off and deal with sunburns. Simply take a few lettuce leaves and boil them in water. After it is done, let the water cool down. Then take clean cotton balls and dip them in the lettuce juice infused water and dab your skin with it. It is a great way to deal with sunburns naturally.

Potatoes are perhaps one of the most popular household vegetables and no household goes without potatoes in the kitchen! And what’s more it is a great natural remedy for sunburns as well. Take a potato and just cut off a fresh slice and rub the juice on the affected areas of your skin. Do so after a few hours and you will find great results!

Yogurt is a great natural ingredient that is great for your skin and hair problems as well. It is mild and safe on your skin as well! If you have nothing else, then you can apply some cool plain yogurt on your skin for relief from sunburns. If you have turmeric powder available at home mix in a pinch of turmeric powder to the yogurt, mix well and apply onto the skin.

Cucumber is known for being a natural coolant for your body! Then what better way to deal with sunburns then the old and reliable cucumber.
You can simply grate the cucumber and apply it on your affected skin while you can dab on the juice of the cucumber with a soft cotton ball! If you keep the cucumber in the freezer till it is it chilled it will feel even better on your skin!

Cornstarch is also something that is easily available in most households. If you find nothing else handy then you can simply sprinkle on some cornstarch or make it into a cool paste with a few drops of cold water. It will get you immediatedeal with sunburns

Oatmeal is one of the mildest ingredients that you will find in your kitchen and it is a great way of getting rid of sunburns. Take a handful of oatmeal and add a few drops of honey to it and mix well. You can also add a tablespoon of papaya paste to it for even better results!

Vinegar or apple cider vinegar can also be used for seeking deal with sunburns . Mix one part of water and one part of vinegar together and apply it gently to your skin. If the water is cool it will feel even better against your damaged skin!

Other Home Remedies For Sunburns
  • There are other handy ways by which you can get deal with sunburns  as well! One of the best remedies for sunburns lies in fresh and pure aloe vera gel. It is also ok to use a moisturizer infused with aloe vera but if possible, try and extract the fresh juice from an aloe vera plant and apply it on your sun burns. It is one of best natural ways of seeking relief from sunburns and also a host of other skin problems.
  • Some people find great relief from sunburns by using essential oils like lavender and chamomile. Take a bowl full of water and pour around ten drops of essential oil in it and apply it on your skin. You can alternately also use essential oils in your bath water and it will help you cool off as well.
  • Many people consider hydrotherapy to be one of the most effective ways of dealing with sunburns, being exposed to the sun for long hours leaves you and your skin dehydrated. So what your skin desperately requires is some water. You can try hitting the bath right after you reach home.
  • If the water is cool it is even better. You can add some baking soda to the water or some honey for better results. A nice relaxing bath will soften your skin, moisture it and nourish it. While you are in the bath you can pop your mildest moisturizer in the freezer and apply it after you emerge from the bath.
  • This way you will soothe and nourish the aggravated skin, while replenishing it with moisture! However you must remember never to use soap or cosmetic body washes on your sun burned skin, it can affect the skin negatively.
  • Drink lots of water when you are in the sun for too long, your body is dehydrated along with your skin. Do not forget that! For instant relief you can apply cold compress with an ice pack on your skin. However, never apply a direct compress. Wrap the ice pack in a towel and press it gently against your skin. Follow this with the use of moisturizers to find relief from sunburns!

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