9 Natural Sunburn Remedies
Ouch, you burned! Now what? Forget about running to the store to buy those pricey formulated lotions. Instead, ease the pain with Mother Nature’s little helpers, most of which you already have at home.
Use the gel that’s inside leaves to soothe burnsandtighten pores. Apply a little to your face after cleansing.
Add a cup of milk to a cool bath and soak in it for 10 minutes to calm inflamed skin.
Soak a cotton ball in white vinegar solution (1 tsp vinegar plus 1 cup water) and dab on.
Add ½ to 1 cup of finely ground oats to a tepid bath and soak in it for 15 to 20 minutes to alleviate stinging skin.
Apply a thin layer of natural honey on the burn to speed up healing and minimize pain.
Blend chunks of thinly sliced potatoes until they’re liquefied, adding water if necessary. Saturate your skin with the resulting juice and let it air dry.
Soak a towel in cold tea and apply to burned areas to cool down skin and repair any damage.
Smooth about an inch of organic or Greek yogurt on skin and let it sit for about 20 minutes. Rinse off and repeat a few times a day to cool skin.
Add ½ cup of baking soda to a warm bath; soak for about 15 minutes to reduce itchiness and let it air dry.
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