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I got sunburn on my face today how can I make it better
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The following home remedies will help soothe and cool a sunburned face, and these home remedies often relieve the pain of a sunburned face better and faster than products specifically made to relieve sunburn. Cool the burn with the following home remedies for your sunburned face. You can greatly cool and soothe a sunburned face in three easy steps.

Precautions to Consider Before Using Home Remedies to Treat a Sunburned Face

If your face is blistering due to sunburn, don't attempt to treat the sunburn with the following home remedies. If you experience a fever, chills, nausea or vomiting after a severe sunburn, see your doctor as soon as possible. Severe sunburns can result in infection or dehydration.

Also, when applying sunburn remedies to the face, use extreme caution around the eyes. If your eyes are severely sunburned and feel gritty, seek immediate professional eye care.

Whole Milk

Ice cold whole milk is great for cooling a painful sunburn. Begin treating a sunburned face by cooling burned and irritated skin with whole milk. Pour cold whole milk into a shallow bowl, and apply it to the sunburn by generously dabbing it on with cotton balls. If you don't mind the mess, dip your hands into the bowl and apply the milk liberally as you would water. Your face will begin to feel immediately cooler and much less painful.

Shaving Cream

After applying a milk bath to your face, pat your face dry, and apply a generous layer of shaving cream. Shaving cream provides immediate sunburn relief. Squirt a small amount of shaving cream into the palm of your hand, and carefully apply the shaving cream to the burn. Use extreme caution around your eyes. Allow the shaving cream to remain on your face as long as possible. Wash off the shaving cream with cool water, and reapply it as necessary.

Tea Bags for Sunburned Eyelids and Lips

Sunburned eyes and lips can be extremely painful, and cold tea bags can provide the relief you're seeking. Soak tea bags in cold water, squeeze out the excess, and lay the tea bags over your closed eyelids and mouth. The cold tea bags will safely and effectively soothe sunburned eyelids and lips.
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