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Relief with Homemade Sunburn Remedies

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SunburnYup. It’s that time of the year. If you’ve spent too much time in that glorious sun, or you spent so long a time OUT of that glorious sun that it hit you hard when you finally got to enjoy it, here are a few homemade remedies that you very well may already have sitting around the house.

Enjoy the beautiful weather, but please do take care in it!

Submitted by: Kira @ Tip Hero  07/01/2010 12:51 PM

Here are a few of the homemade remedies that Thrifty Hearts came up with for soothing and curing those dreaded sunburns:

  • Vinegar: spray apple or white vinegar on a burn or apply with a cotton ball and let dry. This will take away the itching and burning and help to prevent peeling.
  • Tea or Tea Bags: as it may be difficult to apply tea bags to a big burn, brew some tea, let it cool and apply to skin with a rag. Try this remedy 2-3 times a day until pain stops and redness fades.
  • Mustard: seems a bit strange, but apparently people swear by this method. Smear burnt skin with mustard and let it dry. Wash off and the sting should have subsided. This remedy should also help to prevent further blistering.
  • To check out some more sunburn remedies and other cures for summer time annoyances, head over to Home Made Remedies For Summer Time Problems

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