Protect and care for the skin in summer is essential to avoid the uncomfortable and painful sunburn. Excessive exposure to the Sun is a very strong attack on the skin causing the aging and premature wrinkles, spots and the possible occurrence of melanoma in the skin. Although we know all this, often do not protect our skin just enough and the Sun has just burned us any part of our body, in Dinzie we give you some tips to know how to treat the sunburn and relieve the affected area.
Without a doubt, the best treatment against burns from the Sun is prevention. The danger of not using sunscreen is imminent and can lead us to a serious infection in the skin. For this reason, it is essential to use a good sunscreen and choose the factor that is most appropriate for your skin type and special attention in infants, children and sensitive skins. Visit our article how to enjoy the Sun safely and do not expose yourself to unnecessary dangers.
When you have burns caused by the Sun, the first thing you should do is take a warm water bath and relax for a few minutes. The water you will relieve and prevent skin irritation with greater intensity. Avoids the use of soaps, bath oils and no smears out the skin with a towel abruptly, use small and soft strokes.
If you feel that you can not take a bath, cool compresses applied in the area burned by the Sun. Take a piece of soft cloth, moisten with cold water and place it on the affected area for a few minutes. In the event that blisters to form, applies bandages dry to prevent infection.
Apply moisturizer on burned skin without press or rub the area, it can be after-sun or lotions and gels that contain aloe vera and vitamin e. The latter, in addition to relieving the quemor, are ideal to regenerate and to promote the recovery of the skin.
Chamomile is a medicinal herb that can serve to soothe and relieve itching, prepares an infusion and let it cool a few minutes. Then, soak a cotton ball and place it on the burnt area.
It is important to drink plenty of water to recover since the burns caused by the Sun can cause dehydration.
Try not to expose the burned area to the Sun and if you go to leave or continue to enjoy the beach and the pool cover the affected area, even at the time of the bath and tries to remain the maximum possible time in the shade.
If you experience any of the following symptoms is essential to go to your doctor immediately to treat burns: dizziness or feeling of dizziness, rapid pulse, pallor, extremely cold or wet skin, puffy eyes, nausea, chills, fever, rash, or large, painful blisters.
A sunscreen is always over if anything, above all in summer.
Use loose cottons on the burned areas to help your skin breathe and will recover soon.