Thanks for posting your query.
The heat wave costed too many lives and it is still going on.
You can continue with aloe vera
as it is very useful in lightening the pigmentation.
A sunburn causes a lack of moisture in the affected tissue, and it can take a few applications of water or moisturizer to get your skin back to its normal state. Taking a cool or lukewarm bath or shower .
Creams or aloe vera gels can help moisturize skin. To eliminate the sting of the sunburn, try placing cool, wet tea bags on top of it.
Topical and oral OTC medications containing both painkillers and anti-inflammatory agents can help with very painful sunburn. Products containing aspirin, ibuprofen
, and acetaminophen
are popular choices, as many people find that these products provide faster relief for swelling and pain than alternative treatments
. You can also try calamine lotion or a low potency corticosteroid cream, hydrocortisone
, to help with any itching and burning.