Tips to eliminate sunburn forever



A sunburn is an inflammation of the skin, caused due to overexposure of the skin to the ultraviolet rays of sun. At the beginning they appear as red colored rashes on the skin. Any tan or color on your skin is also a response to UV exposure. The redness associated with sunburns is caused by extra blood in the capillaries – if you press on sunburned skin it will turn white and then return to red as the capillaries refill.

What are the causes sunburn? Any tan or redness is a clear sign that UV radiation has damaged the genetic material (DNA) in your skin cells. You don’t have to have a severe sunburn to cause UV damage to the skin. Any damage can lead to skin cancer, which is the most common type of cancer.

The signs and symptoms of a sunburn usually manifest as pain, peeling, sunburn blisters, and sunburn itch are all signs you’ve caused severe damage to your skin.

To eliminate a sunburn, the very best thing you can do is prevent yourself from been affected. Wear sunscreen for protection, don’t stay out in the sun for too long.


Just like a burn from a hot beverage or plate, one from the sun’s rays traps warmth in the skin. So the first big step to treating a sunburn is to release that heat by applying a cool compress for 15 minute intervals throughout the rest of that day or taking a cool shower.

If the burn is really bad, blisters might also appear over the following hours or days. This is a characteristic of a second-degree sunburn. Tanning, burning, and peeling is how the body acts to protect the skin and repair the damage. Do not pop the blisters, as these aid in skin healing. Letting them recover naturally will help you avoid any infections. To prevent yourself from accidentally popping them, try taking a cool bath rather than a shower. If they’re particularly painful, you might feel better after taking an over-the-counter medication like ibuprofen or aspirin or applying a topical corticosteroid like hydrocortisone.

For a healthy skin after bathing, it’s important not to pat the skin completely dry. A sunburn can dehydrate your outer layer, and leaving some water in place allows your epidermis to reabsorbs some of that lost water.

Ayurvedic Home Therapy : you can try at home are ways to treat sunburns:


The simplest and quick treatment option is ice. Apply ice directly on the sunburn affected area.


Apply sandal wood paste on the sunburned area. It will help soothing and prevent further complications.


Make a paste of yogurt, turmeric and apply on the affected area.


Take cabbage leaves and soak them in ice cool water. When they are cool enough lay them on the affected part of the skin. Cabbage leaves effectively heal sunburns.

  • NEEM

Make fine paste of neem stems and directly apply on the sunburned area. Unused portion can be refrigerated for further use.


Moisturizer containing aloe vera—or even just a gel form of the plant’s juice—are often      touted as the very best thing for a sunburn. Aloe is commonly used to heal and hydrate skin and decrease inflammation, and it contains certain skin-healing proteins that can help prevent infection.


Most of us are familiar with aloe vera’s ability to relieve a sunburn. Get an aloe plant then extract the gel from its leaf, use a cup of aloe vera to 2 tablespoons of organic, raw coconut oil. Coconut oil will moisturize the drying skin and the aloe contains vitamin E and water; hydrating remedies are great for restoring your skin’s moisture after a sunburn.


Bicarbonate of soda helps soothe skin inflammation, reduces itching, and helps treat sunburn. Put a handful into cool water and soak for 20 minutes. Or draw a sunburn soothing bath by combining 2-4 cups of finely ground oats, 1 cup of baking soda, and 1 cup of evaporated milk. All three ingredients fight inflammation and aid in healing.


Raw honey can support the natural healing process of the body in many ways, but it specifically works as a natural antibiotic for burns. The soothing properties are great for reducing the itching sensation of a sunburn. To get rid of sun tan apply mixture of honey and tomato juice. Tomato helps to lighten skin colour and removes tan. Alternatively,

Get lime and honey, mix 2 tablespoon of honey with a tablespoon of lime juice. Apply the mixture on affected area and wash after twenty minutes.


First, wet the wash-cloth with cold water, then splash on a little apple cider vinegar to the cloth. Dab the wet cloth onto your sunburn, soaking the skin. You should notice instant relief from any stinging. After a few minutes, your skin should be dry. Please note Don’t apply vinegar on broken skin or near eyes.


This shea butter recipe is good for light sunburns treatment. What do you need?

  • 2 oz. Organic Shea butter
  • 2 tablespoons Aloe Vera gel
  • 30 drops Lavender essential oil
  • 4 oz. empty clean jar
  • electric hand mixer

You don’t have to melt shea butter at all, make sure unrefined organic shea butter is on a room temperature before you start. Mash it with a fork and add Aloe Vera and Lavender oil. Mash it again a little bit. Mix it with a hand mixer for few minutes and you are done!

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