Soothe a Sunburn

Human skin will get burned if it exposed too much to the sunlight without any kind of protection from clothes or sunscreens. The soothing of a sunburn is possible only if some important points are considered. It is best to soothe a sunburn as soon as possible to avoid other issues. The first important thing to do is to get out of the sun immediately. Once you get yourself indoors, here are the tips that can be followed. These tips are provided by expert dermatologists to soothe a sunburn.

Cut pieces of an aloe plant

Aloe plant

 

1.    Take a cool bath:

As you have experienced a sunburn, there is a need to cool it down. For that purpose, you need to take a cool bath for some time. Stand under the cool water for some time so your body will cool down. After that, pat your body slowly and lightly with a towel. However, leave some water on the skin. Moisturizer can also be applied to trap the water on the skin. Apart from taking a bath, aloe vera either chilled or cooled can also be used.

2.    Increase the intake of water:

The next thing you need to do is to increase your water intake. Drink as much water as you can. Whenever a person has experienced a sunburn, they need to keep their body hydrated and drinking water can be the best solution. The dehydration is a common problem associated with sunburns.

3.    Moisturize when skin is damp:

There is a need to trap the water onto the body, for this purpose, using a moisture can be a good decision. However, make sure you don’t use oil-based ointments of petroleum that will trap heat with water. This will be dangerous for the healing process. As the skin peels, there may be a need to moisturize over a period of several days.

4.    Avoid popping and peeling: A hand peeling skin from a sunburn

Our body has the capacity to heal itself which is why it is best to leave all your blisters alone. Do not peel or pop them even if your skin is irritated. In the case of sunburn, the dead skin will scrub off as it becomes quite sensitive. Also, wear loose clothing that does not touch the surface of your skin. In the case of touching, there are chances that your skin will feel uncomfortable or irritated.

5.    Avoid things that slow the healing                  process:

To soothe a sunburn, avoid all those things that will harm the skin. For example, taking a hot shower will increase the irritation on your skin. Also, there are some medicines in the market that can be used for fast healing. It is best not to use them. Provide natural time to your burns to heal.

Your skin will heal, it will take some time but it will get into its normal condition. Follow the above-mentioned tips to soothe a sunburn.

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