Natural Sunburn Remedies

Whether you have been out in the sun too long already, or just want to be prepared in case it happens this summer we have great tips.  These Natural Sunburn Relief Remedies are going to be just what you need to soothe burned and painful skin!

Check out these inexpensive Natural Sunburn Remedies for a great way to soothe that hurting skin!  These tips are just what you need for this summer!

Hanging out at the pool with friends and family, playing at the park with the kids, or gardening in the back yard can all be a lot of fun. However, if you forget the sun screen they can all cause some pain. Sunburns are no fun and when most people get a sun burn the first thing they think of is aloe. Aloe is a fantastic thing to use on sun burns but what if you don’t have any? Check out these natural sunburn remedies and give one of them a try!

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Natural Sunburn Remedies

Tea – This works best when done as soon as possible. Brew black or green tea. Allow the tea to cool for a hour or two. Take a soft clean washcloth and put it in the cooled brewed tea. Ring out the excess tea and use the washcloth like a cold compress to help alleviate the ache of the sunburn.

Cucumbers and potatoes – Both potatoes and cucumbers have cooling properties that can almost immediately soothe the irritated skin. Just slice the potato or cucumber and lightly and softly rub it on the sunburned skin.

Oatmeal – Oatmeal has anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant powers that have been used by dermatologist and herbologists for a long time. Just grind up a little oatmeal and add it to cool bath water.

Vinegar – Vinegar can relieve the pain and irritation of sunburned skin just like the oatmeal. All you need to do is add a few cups of apple cider vinegar to your warm bath water. Ease in slowly for instant relief.

Lettuce – Did you know that lettuce leaves have natural painkillers? When your sore from a sunburn you definitely want anything to take away the pain. Boil a few leaves of lettuce in a pot of water. You want to keep the water so carefully get the leaves out of the water. Chill the water in the fridge for a couple of hours. Finally soak a washcloth in the water and use it as a cool compress.

Milk – Have you heard of people taking milk baths? They do this because it is a great moisturizer. Well if you add a little powdered milk to some cool bath water it will help take the “sting” out of the burn. OR Take about a cup of milk out of the fridge and leave it for about 10 minutes. Dip a washcloth into the cup and place it on the burned area like a compress.

Baby Wipes – If you have baby wipes in the house they work well on sunburns. They are very soothing on the skin and can give some relief to sunburns.

Aloe – Aloe is the most popular thing to use on a sunburn. You can get the gels and lotions at almost any store. However the best thing to use is aloe from an aloe vera plant.

Sunburns are no fun so be sure to take care of it and try to remember to put sun block on before going out. If you do forget the sun block then remember to try out these natural sunburn remedies.

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