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4 Home Remedies to Treat Sunburn

4 Home Remedies to Treat Sunburn

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It is known to everyone that sunscreen protects you from the damaging rays of the sun. And it also protects your skin from deadly diseases that have spread these days. But have you ever experienced a sunburn even after warning all the sunscreen that you needed?  Maybe there’s a chance that you missed a spot or it is possible that the sunscreen that you used was expired or didn’t well for your skin. Now you have carrot-looking skin and it’s getting itchy and making you feel agitated.

What to do now? According to the best dermatologist of hameedah memorial hospital, there is no way to treat the damage that the UV rays do to your skin but there surely are a number of ways to soothe the sunburn that is causing you to itch your body and scratch the hell out of your skin. To get the relief you can try out these remedies mentioned below to help yourself.

  1. Don’t Use Soap

After sitting in the sun for a long time the first thing you want to do is to take a cold bath. The first thing you want to do is to add soap to your bubble bath and this is what I am going to tell you to not run after. This soap and bubble bath can make your skin extra dry and irritate your burnt skin. 

Just a cool bath is enough for you to take. You can reach for other options as well that can be mild to your skin. Just make sure to wash off the soap properly after applying it, as the residue can agitate the skin really bad causing more irritation and itchiness. Extreme drying can also damage the skin really bad permanently and increases the chances of sunburn even more in the future. 

  1. Oatmeal Bath 

You can also prepare a bath for yourself that can help you get rid of the sunburn that has damaged your skin. Oatmeal is said to be very helpful when it comes to lowering inflammation it also tones down the bad itching that happens on the area of the sunburn. 

For preparing an oatmeal bath you need oatmeal in ground form, you can use a grinder to grind that and mix that with the water that is in your tub. You can also add it to very cold water and then let it soak for some time and then sit in the bath. You can sit for 20 minutes and then pat dry your body afterward. Do not rub your body after you are dried as this can irritate the skin even more. 

  1. Use Ice

To soothe out the burning or the itching and the inflammation you can reach for an ice cube. But to apply ice you need to use the correct method, which is to apply an ice pack on the burnt area. To use it, you need to cover it in a wet cloth and then apply it to the area where it’s burning. This will help in a way that it absorbs the heat that is coming out of your body by constricting the blood vessels.

You can also go for water that is full of ice to take a bath. Or you can take the ice in a bowl and dip a piece of cloth in it. You can then pat the area where you have burnt yourself. Keep applying the cloth to the burnt area till you feel that the cloth has become warm. 

  1. Use Teabags

You can use tea bags to soothe the skin that is burnt by the sunrays. This teabag is very beneficial when it comes to your eyes. You can put the tea bags on your eyes and make the inflammation and swelling around the eyes go away. 

To use this technique you need to dip 2 teabags in very cold water and let them stay there. When they are properly soaked then apply them on the eyes for 15 minutes. 

 Conclusion

You can use all of the above-mentioned techniques. But if you still think that these remedies are not working for you or are not suitable for your skin type then you should be visiting your dermatologist to get the damage treated.

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