3 Sunburn Itch Relief Remedies If you've ever had the "hells itch" it's NOT fun. Here's what I've found to be helpful. LINK: http://www.fusiontrained.com/3-sunburn-itch-relief-remedies #FunnyButNotFunny #HellsItch #itchrelief #Sunburnremedy #sunburn #lol
Outdoors in the warm sun is a place where many people want to be in the summer. Even the most protected bodies may suffer from sunburn when outside too long. Fortunately, there are several ways to relieve the discomfort, itch, and pain of sunburns. Check
Sunburn Remedy: Black Tea! - and other remedies. Instructions on taking a "Tea Bath" or a "Tea Shower"
Check out this all-natural homemade sunburn relief gel! It's great for when you've spent too much time in the sun (and are feeling a little too crispy!). Aloe Vera is great for calming sunburns, lavender essential oil can reduce the amount of peeling and itching and peppermint oil has an instant cooling effect that helps soothe the pain. Give it a go and let us know how it is!
Baking soda - Used topically, baking soda takes the sting out of sunburn, minimizes the itch and discomfort caused by a variety of skin conditions (including eczema, prickly heat, and poison ivy). "This ‘buffering effect’ may help quell the inflammation that occurs at the skin’s surface, easing your soreness." To get relief, place a cup of baking soda under a running bath tap so it dissolves completely, and then soak in the water for about 30 min.