Four Natural Remedies to Sunburn

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Summer calls for outdoor activities like swimming in the pool, wading in the ocean, and water fights in the backyard. For most of us, summer is a time to enjoy the break from school, amongst other things. But along with the fun are the dreaded sunburns that you don’t want to get. They’re stingy and they’re irritating to have.

The following are helpful remedies for sunburns:

1. Aloe Vera

You’re sure to find a lot of aloe vera products in the drug store aisle when you’re looking to soothe your pain. This has a tremendous history of providing relief due to its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. You can use it fresh or the gel form, and you’ll feel the difference!

2. Nailed and Lashed ICE Body Lotion

When you want cool, brisk sensations, you’ll find it in our ICE’s body lotion. It uses invigorating peppermint and coconut oil which is one of the highest demand in our salon. With ICE, feel your skin fresh and warm as it relieves your sunburns.

3. Milk

Drinking milk over the summer is refreshing and cool. It’s even better when you swipe a bit of it on the skin to relieve the burn. Milk is popularly known to help burning, itching, and pain when it’s utilized as a compressor.

4. Honey

Honey works for a variety of illnesses including sunburns. In multiple studies, honey heals wounds because of its antibacterial features. Because of this, applying honey on a sunburn can expedite the growth of epithelial skin cells.