Do you know the best DIY remedies for sunburn?

Do you know the best DIY remedies for sunburn?

Despite being careful, sunburn is not so difficult, fortunately there are very useful natural remedies for immediate relief.

When the sun burns

Did you get burned? Don't worry, there are some homemade tricks that can come to your rescue. Here are 5 DIY remedies for sunburn.

Potatoes can be really valuable in case of sunburn. Peel and grate raw potatoes, the number depends on how large the area to be treated is, and apply them as if it were a compress on the seared skin until you feel relief.

Cold milk on red skin refreshes and soothes. Immerse the cotton gauze in the milk just removed from the refrigerator and apply the gauze on the skin, you will have an immediate benefit. Apply several times, you will see that the sunburn will become less annoying.

Aloe vera
Aloe vera represents one of the most used natural remedies for skin care. The jelly inside the leaves boasts in fact marked soothing and calming properties, suitable for curing redness, itching, chapping, irritation and sunburn. Prepare a compress with this gel and keep it on the burned skin, leaving it to act for as long as possible, repeat the application several times, until you feel better.

oat flour
Oatmeal is very effective for curing skin problems, it can be applied directly to the skin by moistening it with water so that a pasty compound is formed, or 3 spoons can be poured into the bath tub, then immersed and stay in the water for at least 15 minutes.

Sodium bicarbonate
In addition to oats, soothing baths with sodium bicarbonate can be carried out. Again, pour 3 tablespoons into the bathtub, immerse yourself and stay in water for at least 15 minutes. If you do not have oatmeal and baking soda, know that apple cider vinegar also has emollient properties and is suitable for regenerating anti-scald baths.

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