War of burns – Tea helps you be better
Burn? There is nothing worse for your skin: sunburn encourages the development of skin cancer and ruin the skin, causing it to age faster and paving the way to wrinkles and stains.
That’s why you should always use sunscreen when exposed to sun, sea and High Mountains in the first place. You did not use sunscreen and you burned? Or not foresaw into the sun and here it is a nasty burn? Then you should immediately run for cover.
Tea as Your Natural Remedy for Sunburn
Black tea is the square at the top in the home care of mild sunburn. Not only provides immediate relief and should alleviate the sting of sunburn, but it’s cheap and easy to find.
How to use black tea to treat sunburn?
You need about 20 bags of black tea and a tea towel or old shirt.
Boil 250 ml of water in a saucepan and add 10 black tea bags, leaving them to steep for about 5 minutes. Then pour it all into a jar and let stand for 15 minutes.
Now take a dozen bags of black tea, cut the wires in half and legal all together as a bouquet of bags.
Bagnale in the concentrate of black tea, cold or at room temperature, and it buffers the scalded skin gently. If you prefer, you can put your bags in a soft cloth or an old cotton T-shirt, and then dab the skin with a cloth soaked in black tea.
Leave bags soaked to the skin until you hear them dry, and repeat the gesture again and again to soothe the skin as possible.
Now that you have the skin soothed and relieved the burning sensation you’ll want to spread quickly in the aloe gel to soothe the redness and promote the renewal of the epidermis. Spread plenty of areas burned aloe gel and let soak and then reapply the aloe.
Get well soon, and remember to put sunscreen next time!