Natural Remedies At Home

06 Aug

By lothi on Aug 6, 2010 in Health

Sunburn is very common in summer escpecially in hot weather conditions. Sunburn is caused due to direct exposure to UV rays. Symptoms of sunburn are blistering of skin, cold and nausea. The  affected area looks very tender with red patches. For some skin may also start to peel. Here are some useful home remedies.

  • To the affected area apply a paste of yogurt and turmeric. This can be applied daily.
  • Aloe gel is believed to have anti-inflammatory effects and is used topically to soothe burned skin and to help heal wounds. Take the gel of aloe vera and apply it on the affected area.
  • Coconut and olive oil is also very good for treating sunburn.
  • Apply ice cubes on the affected areas.
  • Cucumber slices can be kept on the affected areas as it sooths the skin.
  • Grated potato can also be applied.
  • Keep the body hydrated by drinking lots of juice and water and eat lots of fruits.