Here's How You Can Tackle Sunburn At Your Home!

by Shahnaz Husain Shahnaz Husain is the founder, chairperson & manag

Sunburns damage the beauty of the skin. When summers are there, people cannot avoid the scorching heat of the sun. Sunburns can be categorized into two types. Mild sunburn consists of symptoms such as itching, reddening skin, and irritation. Chronic sunburn comprises fever, selling, peeling of the skin, and dehydration.


Either mild or chronic sunburn, you must keep a few home remedies handy so that your skin doesn't worsen. First, use neem oil for skin lightening and then some DIY home remedies to get rid of sunburn.


neem oil for skin lightening

Opt for the best home remedies to tackle sunburn


You can remove sunburn with some best remedies. Just have a look at these remedies:


1) Aloe Vera - A savior


Aloe Vera has been considered as the "burn plant". This is because it has the natural properties to cure sunburn. Aloe Vera's leaves consist of anti-inflammatory properties, which help reduce welling

and soothe the inflamed area of the skin.


Aloe Vera has two vital enzymes. These enzymes repair the burnt and broken skin cells. Remember to use the pure form of this natural ingredient. Apply the jelly of the leaves on the sunburnt area at least thrice a day. If you want to get good results, use it regularly.


2) Cucumber - Cooling agent


Cucumbers are a natural boon for us. It keeps your skin hydrated and always refreshing. In addition, it has pain-relieving compounds and is enriched with antioxidants. Apply it in the affected area and keep it for a few minutes to see the best results.


3) Coconut Oil - Healing Oil


Coconut oil is known as "healing Oil". It helps in reducing the pain caused by sunburn and contains healing properties. Coconut oil rejuvenates and relieves your skin. Premature aging is caused by sunburn. Coconut oil helps to reduce the wrinkles on your skin and helps it look healthier.


Coconut oil contains Vitamin E and D, which are essential for the skin. Apply the oil to the sunburnt area and leave it for a few hours. You can use it regularly and massage gently. It can be applied before bathing also.


3) Sandalwood Paste


Sandalwood paste is one of the beneficial home remedies for curing sunburn. It has medical properties and helps in getting rid of skin issues. The anti-aging properties of Sandalwood paste lessen wrinkles that are caused by exposure to sun rays. In addition, it relieves your skin from itching and soothes it. Sandalwood paste and cold water can be applied to the sunburnt area daily to get 100 percent results.


4) Ice Bag


Ice bags have cooling properties that help in absorbing heat from your skin. It soothes and refreshes the area of the burn. It helps in cooling the dry skin. Apply it regularly to see improvement.


Few Preventive Measures to get rid of sunburn


No doubt you can use home remedies to tackle sunburn, but prevention is always better than cure. See some of them:


•Try to avoid the time between 12 am to 3 pm to step outside. These are the peak hours of sunlight.

•Apply sunscreen lotion or gel before you are going outside.

•Try to cover your skin entirely and don't leave it exposed.

•Use Neem oil for the persons who develop sunburn regularly.

• Last but not least, drink coconut oil to see sound effects.




So it is time to pay heed to your skin and tackle sunburn with ease. Unfortunately, it's not always possible for us to prevent sun rays. The best part is that we can opt for some natural and quick home remedies to cure sunburn. You can combat sunburn with a mixture of oatmeal and milk too. Use sun skin lotion to battle sunburn.

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