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Sunburn Prevention & Treatment

By Lion's

Summertime is just around the corner, and that means more time spent outside in the sun! While getting some sun is necessary for healthy vitamin D levels, too much sun can lead to a painful sunburn.

Here are some tips for preventing and treating sunburns.

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What Causes Sunburn?

The sun is a convenient source of heat and light, but it also delivers harmful UV rays that can cause skin damage. These two types of ultraviolet lights reach our beaches as well; UVA (which penetrates deeper) and UVB respectively – making them just as dangerous on land!

Sunburns are an easy sign your been sitting out there too long while enjoying yourself in the summertime… But this kind of thing isn’t always visible because under surface layer those finals changes happen before you even realise anything happened: damaged collagen leads to wrinkles earlier than expected-or indeed any other signs at all unless they’re severe like palenessisa common side effect from excessive exposure.

What Are the Signs of Sunburn?

Your skin gets red and aches when you get a sunburn. Swelling and sunburn blisters might occur if the burn is severe. You may even feel warm, with chills, nausea, headache, and weakness, as if you have the flu.

Your skin will start peeling and itching a few days later as your body attempts to rid itself of sun-damaged cells.

How to Get Relief From Sunburn?

Home remedies for sunburn can be as simple and effective at soothing your skin’s pain, burning discomfort or other symptoms of an overheated complexion.

If you’ve been out in the hot weather without protection against UV rays (or simply had too much time), here are few easy tips to help reduce anyognized by using them on yourself:

Stay hydrated – To avoid becoming dehydrated, drink plenty of water and other fluids.

Vitamin D – According to preliminary study, ingesting up to 200,000 IU of vitamin D by oral may help reduce sunburn irritation and damage.

Water compress – This helps bring down body temperature quickly when applied directly onto strained areas such as outside neckline.

Creams or gels – To relieve the sting of a sunburn, apply a lotion or gel containing ingredients like: Aloe Vera, Menthol.

Avoid the sun – Stay out of the sun until your sunburn has healed.

You may be able to treat the sunburn yourself. But call your doctor if you notice any serious sunburn signs.

How Can You Prevent Sunburn?

Some ways to keep your skin safe when you’re outside are:

1) Watch the clock, as sun’s rays are strongest between 10am – 4pm.

2). Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of fluids so that sweat doesn’t build up on our bodies leading us into dehydration state where cells cannot function properly.

3.) Bring sunscreen with SPF 30

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