SUMMERTIME FUN IS AWESOME!
I am so grateful to live in a lovely beach town. I don't need a cottage. I'm 1 km to the lake and there is virtually no traffic! I do try to make the most out of the summer with camping, bike rides and beach days. Thankfully I don't burn too easily, and I take the usual precautions of wearing a hat, sometimes a cover up and organic sunscreen.
It's possible to have a reaction from too much sun, even if it's a bit of tenderness from a mild sunburn. My recommendation is to limit your sun exposure your first few times out to allow your skin to adjust. Wear a shirt or cover up if you feel you have had too much sun exposure. Then once you are home apply the homemade After Sun Care (shown in image above) to nourish and protect your skin. This can help prevent pain, itching, blisters and may help cool the skin down.
HEATRASH vs. SUNBURN
A rash of any kind indicates that something has changed on the skin. While most rashes are minor and disappear on their own; some chronic or persistent rashes indicate an underlying health issue which must be treated promptly. Now that summer is nearly here and most of us are ready for the beach, we must know a thing or two about sun rash treatment and heat rash home remedies. It is also important to know the difference between heat rash and sunburn. Most common rash treatments, no matter if it is a heat rash or a sun rash, includes cool baths, cortisone creams, lotions, powders or moisturizers. These help reduce the rash and prevent itchiness and swelling. We will cover heat rash treatment and sun burn treatment in detail in this article.
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