Too often, vacationers consider sunburn “not serious.” However, it is a burn that needs to be treated urgently. Here are some natural remedies to give you the best relief.
The thermometer goes up, it’s time to enjoy the sun! Rest on the terrace, on the beach, in the pool… you have several options at your disposal. On the other hand, watch out for UV rays, even though summer hasn’t officially arrived yet. In case of exposure without sunscreen, how to relieve sunburn? Here are 10 natural remedies to ease the pain.
1. cold water
To relieve sunburn, it is recommended to pass the burn under a stream of cold water. In case of blisters caused by sunburn, ask your pharmacist or doctor for advice, details miraculous.com.
2% plain yogurt
If you don’t have Biafine at home but you have plain yogurt in the fridge, don’t hesitate: apply a thick layer of plain yogurt directly on the burthen leave to act for 15 minutes to calm the effects of overheating.
The blog of the miraculous reminds us that the melon contains vitamin A, perfect for calming inflammation. Before applying it, it is best to mix the fruit. Then put a cloth on the burn for fifteen minutes.
4. Aloe Vera
It is a plant known for its soothing, anti-inflammatory, and healing properties. Aloe vera gel is applied directly to the burn. You can find it in pharmacies or organic stores.
Although the smell is not very pleasant, the pH of the vinegar helps to rebalance the pH of the skin while providing an intense sensation of freshness. Just mix it in a bowl with a little cold water before applying it to the burn with a compress.
6. Calendula oil
Calendula vegetable oil is perfect for regenerating the skin thanks to its carotene and vitamin A content. To maximize its effectiveness, leave the oil on your skin overnight. Avoid the eyes area.
7. Brewer’s yeast
This last accelerates cell regeneration. It can be taken in tablets or flakes. But be careful, brewer’s yeast helps hair growth, but also… body hair!
making a clay poultice, you will get results very quickly. To do this, mix some clay with water until you get a paste, then apply it directly to the burn. Wait at least two hours or leave overnight for optimal regeneration, then rinse with lukewarm water.
9. St. John’s Wort Oil
Known for its calming properties, St. John’s wort oil can be applied directly to the skin or mixed with essential oil to multiply the benefits.
10. Baking soda
This grandmother’s remedy is highly recommended to alleviate the effects of sunburn. Pour some baking soda into the water, then soak the compresses to apply directly to the skin for 10 minutes.
this is a real anti-inflammatory and healing.
How to use: place two handfuls of dried lavender flowers in a fine cloth and place this cloth in the bottom of the bathtub. Soak in it for 10 to 15 minutes. You can substitute dried lavender with true lavender essential oil. In this case, dilute 5 drops of HE in half a glass of powdered milk, pour everything into the water of this aromatic bath, and stir well before submerging.
Honey stimulates vascularization and cell multiplicationthusmultiplication thus promoting wound healing.
How to use: after relieving the pain underwater, and cleaning the skin with a mild soap (especially without rubbing!), apply a thin layer of honey (if possible organic) and cover with a sterile compress. Repeat daily for 2 or 3 days until the redness disappears.
How to recognize the severity of a sunburn?
- If it’s just red and pulling, it’s a first-degree burn. In addition to avoiding new exposures to the sun and rehydrating, it is then a matter of relieving the pain as best as possible.
- If blisters (which are not pierced) or simple small bubbles appear on the skin, it is a 2nd-degree burn, in which case they should not be pierced to avoid the risk of infection. Run the skin under a continuous stream of cold water to cool the burn, take paracetamol and apply a Biafine-type cream on the sunburn. Let the skin “drink” all this cream and renew the application.
- If the blisters continue to spread or the skin remains red, see a doctor. The same if you have a fever: sunburn can be accompanied by heatstroke, details Top health.
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