Too much tanning or exposure to the sun can quickly cause sunburn. Sunburns usually happen during summer when the UV rays are the strongest.
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The best remedies for sunburn are prevention, such as staying out of the sun, covering your skin, wearing protective eyewear, use SPF (sun protection factor) 30 or higher, and avoid tanning beds.
What if you are already sunburned? No worries. Here are some of the most effective home remedies and pain relief for sunburn.
Sunburn Home Remedies
- A cold compress on the skin
- Cool shower
Bath Therapies for Sunburns
The following will help rid of pain, swelling and redness:
- One cup of apple cider vinegar to a bath.
- Oatmeal baths
- Add some lavender or chamomile essential oil
- Add 2 cups of baking soda
- Avoid soap or perfumes
- Aloe Vera Lotions
- Avoid peeling
- Cover blisters
- Hydrate with cold fluids
- Keep cool
- Avoid the sun
Commit to protecting yourself from the sun every day, all year long to avoid sunburn and minimise the risk of skin cancer. Find a doctor at Okadoc to get the best for your solution.
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