5 Best Natural Sunburn

Remedies For Quick Relief

While there aren’t any overnight cures for sunburn, there are several remedies for sunburn you can utilize in milder cases. Here’s the best home sunburn remedies for sunburn relief.

What Is A Good Natural Remedy For Sunburn?

ALOE Aloe is one of the most popular natural remedies for sunburns. You can cut the leaf open, use a spoon to extract the liquid, mash it up, and apply the aloe vera gel directly onto your sunburn.

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COCONUT OIL You should only use this remedy once your skin is cool and isn’t constantly burning. First apply a cool compress or damp towel to the affected area for 15 minutes. Taking a cold shower may help as well. Once your skin is cooled down, apply coconut oil to the sunburned area.

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OATMEAL Oatmeal can be used several different ways for sunburn relief. You can try taking an oatmeal bath to help soothe your skin and reduce irritation. Just mix a few tablespoons of baking soda and about a cup of oats with cool bath water – not hot!

TEA The tannic acid in black and green tea could help pull heat from a sunburn. Catechins (aka antioxidant compounds), also found in these teas, can even repair skin damage. If you’re burned around a particularly sensitive area, like your eyes, this could be especially helpful.


COOL WATER Taking a bath or a shower in cool water is a great way to soothe your skin. You’ll want to skip using any soap on the sunburned area, as this can further dry out or irritate the skin. No bubble baths either.

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