UV rays cannot be avoided even if you are indoors. Sunburn occurs due to exposure to UVB rays, this is why we are so obliged to re-apply sunscreen every 2 hours.
But what if you have sunburn? You need to do some of the treatments below, Ladies are easy!
Use Aloe Vera
Aloe vera or aloe vera can be used to treat a variety of problems, from head to toe. Even some people use it as a delicious food ingredient. No exception with sunburn or sunburn.
You can use aloe vera to soothe your skin that is inflamed due to sunburn. The softening effect of aloe vera is also able to soothe and soothe skin that begins to peel due to sunburn.
Compress the wound
The heat effect caused by sunburn is very disturbing and can even have bad consequences. For that, it’s a good idea to compress your burns with cold water. With this you will get a cool effect that can be soothing.
Burns at a certain level usually in addition to peeling off will also deposit fluid in the skin. When you get to this level, you are advised not to squeeze the area and not to aggravate the peeling by pulling on the dead skin that is starting to lift.
Drink Lots of Water
Apart from taking care of the outside you also have to keep taking care of the inside like drinking lots of water. This will help reduce the effect of heat on the wound area and is able to hydrate the skin to reduce the exfoliating effect of sunburn.
If your burns are severe enough to last a few days, keep using sunscreen or sunblock during treatment. This will really help you not to aggravate the burns you are experiencing.
Take pain medication
To some extent, sunburn that causes irritation of the skin will cause stinging and pain that you may not be able to endure. To reduce the pain, you can take pain relievers that you can get at the nearest pharmacy. However, if your burns are too severe and don’t heal, you should visit the nearest doctor.