Home Remedies

7 Natural Remedies for Sunburns

Vitamin E and Vitamin C
Vitamin E and Vitamin C

Vitamin E oil application on sunburns is basically preferred to relieve pain, as the vitamin helps to soothe and moisturize the skin. Both vitamins E and vitamin C are very effective and also work as a preventive measure against sunburn.

Baking Soda
Baking Soda

Baking soda is known for its antiseptic properties provide soothing effect to the skin. Mixing of baking soda with water will give relief, later with the help of cotton balls apply the solution to the affected area.

Milk
Milk

Milk is well known for its effective features that help in relieving from itching, burning and helps in providing soothing skin. A cold glass of milk will work wonders as it is refreshing, and a cool swipe of milk on a sunburn area will provide relief from the pain.

Honey
Honey

Honey is antibacterial and helps heal several wounds. Application of honey on a sunburn can help the skin re-epithelize that is creation of new epithelial skin cells.

Tomato
Tomato

Tomatoes are rich in chemical known as lycopene that helps in reducing the sunburn which are caused due to exposure to ultraviolet radiation. Rubbing tomato on the affected area will lessen the pain and soothes the skin.

Oatmeal
Oatmeal

Usage of oatmeal on sunburn affected area is considered one of the oldest home remedies. Oat extract is believed to have anti-inflammatory properties which will help relieve pain from pain from sunburn. 

Vinegar
Vinegar

Vinegar is known as antiseptic and helps the skin to cool down after it evaporates. The vinegar bath is specifically apple cider vinegar is one of the best home remedy for sunburn.

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