Milk's pH, fat, and cool temperatures bring out burns. Milk creates a protein coating that decreases heat, discomfort, and sensitivity.
Vaseline goes on better cold, so chill it for a few minutes. Vaseline and ice will soothe your sunburn.
Add 1 cup of finely ground oats to bathwater and swirl to distribute. Take a 15-minute bath.
For a small region, such as a finger or the lips, dissolve an aspirin in a tablespoon of lukewarm water to create a paste. Apply to impacted region.
Yogurt heals a damaged skin barrier. High lactic acid levels may reduce dangerous skin microorganisms.
Tannic acid, found in black tea, has been shown to reduce skin irritation, soothe the skin, and keep the skin's pH stable.
Vitamin E helps protect the skin from UV radiation and may assist with burning and itching.
Mix baking soda and water (1 cup water: 4 teaspoons baking soda) and apply to sunburns every three hours.
Anti-inflammatory cucumbers are put on puffy eyes. Make a raw paste from two chilled cucumbers. Apply cucumber cream on burned or peeling skin.