5 Natural Ways To Soothe Sunburned Skin
You are the picture of comfort when you soak in the sun’s rays. On the other hand, the sun’s rays can be punishing too. A little too much sun and you can develop sunburn. Sunburn is caused by two wavelengths of ultraviolet (UV) light UVA and UVB. Prolonged and repeated exposure to these UV rays can increase your risk of developing a type of skin cancer called melanoma. The initial symptom of sunburn is redness of skin and pain in the affected area. The sunburned skin usually feels hot to the touch. If the sunburn is severe, there could be swelling and blisters. Other symptoms like nausea, chills, headache, weakness, and a feverish feeling could also occur. Later, after a few days, the skin will start peeling along with an itchy feeling. Here are a few natural ways to. . .