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Burns are very painful and can prevent you from performing basic activities such as moving, showering, wearing clothes, sleeping and so on. Self Hint: How to Soothe Sunburn Naturally?
Self Hint: How to Soothe Sunburn Naturally?
The best way to prevent sunburn is to avoid sunbathing in the hottest part of the day and use sunscreen. However, if burns occur, nature can help you, and here’s how.
The gel of this plant relieves redness and pain and cools the burned area. In addition to the gel, there are spray preparations that can help when the burns are painful to the touch.
The fats from this oil protect and soften the skin that has burns. Rinse the skin where you have burns with cold water, then apply coconut oil that the skin will gradually absorb.
Oatmeal soothes irritation in the sore spot. Make a paste of oatmeal, honey and milk and apply it on the burns. Leave to stand until it hardens and then rinse with cold water.
Tomato reduces irritation and pain. Apply pieces to the sore spot or make a paste and leave it until it hardens. Then rinse with cold water.
Baking soda also reduces the pain of sunburn. Make a paste of soda and lukewarm water and apply it on the sore spot. You can add baking soda to the bathtub when bathing. Hydration Burned skin is dry and tight. That is why it is important to drink plenty of fluids and eat foods rich in water, such as watermelon, cucumber, grapes and oranges.
Bonus Self Hint:
-Hydrate the skin – the more, the better because when the skin dries, it begins to peel off the surface. Use moisturizers and body lotions for the skin after sunbathing, and avoid preparations based on cucumbers, lemons and milk as they can whiten the skin. In addition to hydration from the outside, the body needs to be hydrated from the inside.