Are you one of the many Britons who enjoy most of the time in great weather?
Though it may be magnificent, there are probably few who complain of sitting in the sun.
Sometimes it is easy to catch and forget about the snapshot of sunscreens.
If so, you are probably feeling a little painful and a little red today.
But do not be afraid – here is ten DIY hack to treat burns …
How can you cure sunburn?
When the temperature rises, many of us Britons tend to exaggerate, and the morning after sunbathing athletically glows red shine.
Sunburns are skin damage caused by UV rays and greatly increase the risk of skin cancer.
Your skin will become red, inflammable, painful and hot to the touch.
In extreme cases bladder and peeling can occur, which can be extremely painful.
You should take all possible precautions to not burn, but if you do, there are several things you can do to alleviate the pain.
1. Aftersun lotion
There are many aftersun lotions that you can buy at a local pharmacy or supermarket.
They are all specially designed to ease firing and also help repair damaged skin.
Choose one with aloe vera in it because it is known that the herbal extract helps alleviate burns.
Although these lotions or gels can help repair the skin after sun damage, they can not repair the damage caused by your cells.
This is a shame on your cells that puts you at risk of skin cancer, so be sure to always use a sunscreen.
2. Chill him
Use something cool on your skin to reduce the heat caused by sunlight.
Cold covers, ice, cold shower or cold bath can help relieve your skin.
Never hold ice directly on your skin, although it can cause pain and damage, first wrap it in a towel or flannel.
You may have to repeat the process several times, depending on how bad the burn is.
This is bizarre for you.
You can use yogurt to relieve burns, but not for eating.
Obviously slicing some yogurt on burned skin can provide some sort of relief.
It is not entirely clear why this is so, but it is probably up to the fact that it has a higher pH level so it can be used to relieve heat.
A little left of field sunburn treatment is tea.
Again, you do not have to drink it, but use a cold kettle or freshly cooked tea – it's obviously allowed to cool – on your skin.
It is believed that tannic acid in black tea helps to extract heat from the burns and restore the pH level to help heal it.
When you are sunny, you are also prone to dehydration.
So it is very important that you drink plenty of water to replace what you sweat and what you lose by evaporating from your skin.
Just think, if your skin is painful and dry from the sun, then your body is also.
In addition, drinking cold water can help reduce body temperature.
A cool milk lacing will also ease your burns.
Milk contains vitamins A and D, amino acids, lactic acid, fat and whey proteins and casein.
These ingredients help the skin recover.
Vitamins help the skin heal, while lactic acid stimulates the skin to get rid of dead cells, so your immune system does not have to work so hard to repair it.
It will also be less inflammatory if your immune system does not work that hard.
All you have to do is pour the milk into the bowl, pour into the flanel and leave it in the refrigerator to cool.
After the milk is soaked in the fabric and both are cold, remove it and press the flannel on the burning skin.
If your burns are very bad, you may need some help in solving the pain.
You can take ibuprofen and paracetamol for relieving bladder pain.
But be sure to follow the directions on the package – in general, an adult should not take more than two tablets every four to six hours.
If the symptoms are severe – think of bladder, swelling and fever – you should see the general practitioner.
There are many creams that will help repair your skin damage.
Things like hydrocortisone creams can alleviate burns, itching and swelling.
But, like aftersun lotions, they can not fix the fundamental damage caused to your cells.
Talk to your pharmacist about what cream is best to use.
You've seen him keep your eyes cold over your face, so why not use it on sunburn.
It is believed that cucumbers have natural antioxidant properties to cool the burns.
You can cut it and apply it directly to your skin or crush it and use it as a cream.
Although there is no scientific evidence suggesting that it works, the cucumber will certainly feel beautiful and cold.
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10. Vitamin E
Vitamin E creams are not just fantastic moisturizing creams but also ease burns.
It is known that antioxidant helps reduce inflammation, something that you will be grateful for when you catch the sun.
You can buy a cream or oil of vitamin E and apply it directly to the skin or regularly take the supplement to make your skin look lousy.
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