In any season going outside can often lead to sunburn which can change your skin color and even cause bliaster, if you leave it untreated it can damge your skin exensively.
There is a misconception that in rainy season sun rays will not affect you, let me tell you in rainy season also UV rays will damage your skin, so you need to take care of your skin from sun light throughout the year, said a blog published in
Prevention is better than cure, so it is better to protect yourself from sunlight by using sunscreen lotion, scarf, hate, umbrellas etc, but if you have sunburn already you should start its treatment from today only before damage becomes more severe.
Here are some home remedies by world renowned skin expert Shahnaz Husain, to soothe one’s skin from sunburn.
‘Applying fresh aloe vera gel to the damaged area helps the epidermis of skin recover faster. The nutritive mineral zinc present in this healing plant is anti-inflammatory and prevents the skin from swelling,’ says Shahnaz.
Aloe vera gel is readily available in supermarkets. You can buy and store it in the refrigerator to make it even more soothing.
Or, you could also plant it at home and squeeze out the gel by cutting a cross section of the plant.
Apply the gel directly on the skin and let it absorb into it. Do this regularly for the sunburnt skin to heal quickly.
Says Husain, ‘Sandalwood has natural cooling properties that heal the blemishes on your skin and reduce the swelling and redness.’ This makes it ideal for sunburnt skin.
You can make a paste by adding some milk or water to chandan powder. Apply this paste on the skin and leave it to dry. You can wash it off with water later.


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‘For a soothing effect, place chilled cucumber slices on the burn or dab some cucumber juice on the sunburns,’ advises Shahnaz.
You can get its juice by grating cucumber and then squeezing it. Remember to wash it after it dries or else your skin can feel sticky.
‘Yoghurt is both cooling and soothing. These properties provide the inflamed skin with temporary relief and reduce the swelling,’ she says.Home-made curd is best used for this application but if you don’t have it, you can get it from outside.
You can add a bit of water to it if it is too thick for application. Keep for 20-30 minutes before washing it off with water.