How to get rid of sunburns.
Sunburn is caused by the sun’s ultraviolet rays. Too much exposure to UV light can damage your skin, making it red and painful. The symptoms may not occur immediately; it can take up to five hours for sunburn to appear.
1. Baking Soda.
Baking soda helps soothe skin inflammation, irritation, and itchiness caused by sunburn. It has a cooling effect on the skin due to its alkaline nature. Mix a cup of baking soda in your cold water bath and let it so ... ak for 20 minutes. After your bath, pat your skin dry with a towel. You could even make a paste by mixing three teaspoons of baking soda with one-fourth cup of water. Apply it to the affected areas of your skin. Leave it on for 10 minutes and wash off with cold water. You could try this remedy once every morning until your sunburn heals.
Cucumber not only heals the inflammation but also soothes the pain associated with sunburn. It keeps the skin moisturized as well. Mash one cucumber and apply it to the affected areas of your skin as a mask. Leave it on for 20 minutes before washing it off. Make sure that the cucumber you use is chilled. You could also juice some cucumbers and store it in a spray bottle. Spray it on your sunburn skin for relief. You can repeat this process as often as you like. red and black color prom pieces
3. Aloe Vera.
Pluck some aloe leaf petals and extract the fresh gel. Refrigerate the gel for about 30 minutes and apply it generously to the affected areas of your skin. Leave it on for an hour before washing it off with cold water. Try this remedy at least once every day until you see results.
4. Potato Peels.
The starchy properties of potato have the ability to absorb the excess heat from your skin while also alleviating the stinging pain caused by sunburn. Peel a potato and gently rub it on the affected areas of your skin for 10 minutes. You could also mash up a cold potato and apply the paste on your irritated and sunburn skin. Try this remedy at least once every day until you see results.