Prevent Sunburn Swimsuits

Posted by ecostinger on 16th Dec 2016

We all know how inconvenient sunburns are. We also know they can be painful. Despite this, we sometimes fail to apply the adequate amount of sunscreen, and we are left looking like some sort of lobster/human crossbreed. Fortunately, there are many different approaches you may take to treating skin sunburns. We have listed a few for you below.

Tea Bags

The best part about this treatment is that you probably already have it in your cabinet. Tea has tannic acid, which is known to alleviate skin sunburn pains. Tea also reduces swelling that exists as a result of sunburns. Simply soak your tea bags in cool water for approximately 10 minutes, and then apply firm pressure with the tea bags to the affected area. It will only take a few seconds before you experience relief.

Witch Hazel

Witch hazel is an astringent substance extracted from the leaves of a plant named Hamamelis virginiana. You may purchase it in nearly any pharmaceutical store, and it is fairly inexpensive. This astringent has been shown to have long-lasting anti-inflammatory effects. You may also apply it to your sunburnt skin often for temporary relief. Dip either a cloth or a cotton ball into the liquid, and then apply generously to your affected area. You should experience pain relief within a few seconds of application.

Aloe Vera

Studies have shown that aloe vera is actually very effective in healing wounds. These wounds include sunburnt skin. You may either purchase aloe vera in a bottle from the store, or break off a leaf from an aloe vera plant and apply the juice to your affected area. This treatment will provide temporary pain relief, but with frequent application, will also catalyze the healing process of skin sunburns.

Ice or Ice Pack

This may be obvious, but sunburns actually do burn. They cause a hot, burning sensation on the affected area of the skin. For temporary relief, you may frequently apply ice or an ice pack to the burn. Make sure you wrap the ice or ice pack in a cloth or towel before applying though, as holding something freezing to your skin might be equally as painful as the sunburn anyway. To see the best results, apply the ice several times a day for between 10 and 15 minutes each time.

Baking Soda

Baking soda has many functional purposes outside of the culinary world. One of these purposes is soothing skin sunburn pain. Draw a lukewarm bath, and generously pour baking soda into the water. Soak in this solution for at least 15 minutes. Then, instead of drying with a towel, let the solution air dry on your skin. This is completely harmless, and in fact, will sooth the pain of your affected skin.

Sunburns are never fun. Fortunately, there do exist many easy, inexpensive, natural treatments you may utilize to sooth the pain and speed up the healing process. Simply select the treatment from this list that is most convenient and/or appealing to you, and get rid of your sunburnt skin pain today!

Prevent Sunburn Swimsuits

Prevent Sunburn Swimsuits

Prevent Sunburn Swimsuits

Very Important!
Sun protection clothing, sun hats and sun protective swimwear ratings are measured in UPF; do not be misled by the wrong rating term:
Ultraviolet protection factor (UPF) is a measure of the protection provided by clothing fabrics.
Sun protection factor (SPF) is a measure of the protection provided by sunscreens.
Eye protection factor (EPF) is a measure of the protection provided by sunglasses and other eye wear.

Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) is used to indicate the fraction of the UV rays from the sun that can penetrate a fabric. It represents the percentage of UV rays that can reach the skin with and without protection from clothing. For example, a long sleeved shirt that has a UPF of say 50 can only allow 1/50th UV radiation from the sun to the skin.