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Home Remedies to get rid of Sun Poisoning

There are some things you can do at home to reduce the sting from sun poisoning. But, it is better to know that this particular issue has its own particular life span and it will follow its life span before it ends. If it’s a case of mild poisoning, there are some measures available to resolve the itching part. But, if you are facing a severe case of sun poisoning then it might also be possible that these remedies might not work on you at all. So, it is good to know before you continue.

Home Remedies to get rid of Sun Poisoning

You can get relief from the severe burning and itching by having a bath which contains some amount of calamine lotion. This lotion has strong properties of cooling which can help you to get rid of discomfort you have at once. It is very much recommended for the rashes and itching of any kind. You can even keep applying the lotion as soon as your skin starts burning and itching. It is really effective and it does not have any kind of side effects.

Another very good method is to apply butter milk on your entire body. You can make liquid water concoction yourself with a table spoon of fresh & unflavored yogurt and a glass of water. Mix it well and use cotton ball to pat it all over burnt areas. This will give you immediate relief from discomfort and pain. Butter milk also has healing properties which will help to protect your skin. You can also add some turmeric powder to the home made lotion. It also has anti-septic properties which will help to treat the skin faster.

Another very good but expensive option is to apply the paste of sandal wood and rose water on the entire sun poisoned body.  Sandal wood has the property to heal and soothe at the same time. Rose water has the property to cool your skin and make you feel better at once. Try these remedies together and individually to see which one works best.

In: General Health,Skin Care,Skin Problems, Posted 9 years ago

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