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Natural Remedies to Soothe Sunburn

Last updated on March 24th, 2022 at 11:03 pm

Natural Remedies to Soothe Sunburn are without chemicals and better for our health.

The sun is a glorious, beautiful thing, and there is no shortage here in the Caribbean. But what happens when you get too many rays, and you’re left with a painful sunburn? There’s no reason to suffer as you wait for your skin to heal. Instead, you can look at these natural remedies to soothe sunburns. And hey, great news, because they are natural, you can use them on the kids too!

Baking Soda

If you have a bathtub, you’re in luck because this remedy will help. Fill the tub with cool water and add 2-3 tablespoons of baking soda to the water. Soak in this mixture for a maximum of 20 minutes, and then gently pat your skin dry, or better yet, allow your body to air dry, so you are not adding more stress to your skin.

Yogurt Mask

This method is meant for sunburns on the face. Use non-fat, plain yogurt as a mask and gently smooth it onto your skin. You don’t need to make it thick, just an even covering. Allow the yogurt to sit on your face for about 15 minutes, and it will offer a cooling effect.

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Natural Remedies to Soothe Sunburns

Milk Compress

For the rest of your body, you can make your cold milk compress. All you need is cold milk and a clean facecloth. Soak the cloth in the milk, wring out the excess, and then gently place it on your skin. Allow it to lay on your skin for 10-15 minutes, then you can soak it again and lay it somewhere else. Just like yogurt, it will have a cooling effect.

Vinegar

If you’ve ever spent time researching all the ways you can use vinegar, then you probably know it can be used to soothe sunburns. You can opt to spray the vinegar on your burn, or you can soak a facecloth in vinegar and use the same technique as the cold milk compress. This technique offers very fast results.

Peppermint Oil

If your skin isn’t blistered, just burned, then you can try rubbing peppermint oil on it. This too will have a cooling effect. If you’d like, you can also add a few drops of the oil to a mild soap and use it to wash your body.

Start Experimenting with natural ingredients to get rid of sunburn

Sometimes you may find you need to use a variety of these products in order to get relief, which is well worth it once the pain and burning sensation is gone.

Sources:

http://health.howstuffworks.com/skin-care/beauty/sun-care/10-home-remedies-for-sunburn.htm#page=1

http://www.realsimple.com/health/first-aid-health-basics/natural-sunburn-soothers/natural-sunburn-soothers-5

http://everydayroots.com/sunburn-remedies

http://everydayroots.com/sunburn-remedies

http://www.almanac.com/content/natural-remedies-sunburns

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