If your sunburn is not severe, it should typically heal in around a week. However, here are some remedies that can help heal faster. Drink plenty of fluids to prevent dehydration, stay out of the sun, and cool your skin by taking a cold bath. Applying green tea, aloe vera, cucumber, witch hazel, or calendula tea can soothe a sunburn. A poultice of plantain leaves or oatmeal bath can be helpful too.
Wash your face once or twice a day, or when you heavily sweat. Otherwise, washing more than that will strip your skin of its natural oils. Use lukewarm water, because hot water will also cause dryness and flakiness. Cleanse your face with an alcohol-free product, or use natural ingredients when possible. Next, always follow up with a moisturizer to lock in hydration. Don’t forget about sunscreen to exposed areas, because this will prevent skin cancer and sun damage.
Making your lips look good can boost your confidence. Luckily, this is possible without Botox or surgery! These nine easy tips and tricks will help you get that perfect pout. You won’t have to spend a fortune, either 9 Tips For Perfect Pout 1. Exfoliate Scrubbing your lips will make[.....]
Sick of overpriced beauty products that fall short? Looking for the right home remedy for your skin? Bentonite clay might just be the answer you're looking for. The clay, when mixed properly with water and applied consistently, can reduce those zits, give you a facial, remove sunburn irritants and insect bites, and clear up the hair buildup.
Age is what we make and our feelings about growing old is how we feel on the inside, but not outside. Whether you are scared of aging or welcome it smilingly, there are many ways to keep your body healthy and your spirit feeling young. Here are 9 mistakes you might be making that are the culprits in making you age more quickly.
ACV has shown effect in healing burn wounds faster, with fewer scar tissues, and normal hair follicles in rabbits. It has also shown proven effect against a bacteria that infects burned skin, but there's no concrete proof yet of its effect on human skin. And because it has hardly any vitamin C or E, contrary to what most believe, it cannot alleviate the symptoms of or protect against sunburns.
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