Islamabad, 05 June 2021, ASFE World TV
The warm sun beams may feel better, however they can leave behind the painful reminders. Some useful remedies to avoid sunburn and swollen feet.
Feet are particularly unprotected because it’s easy to forget to apply sunscreen on the feet. Plus, moisture and water exposure at the beach or pool can wash away even the most careful applications of sunscreen.
If anyone find sunburned and swollen feet, there are some remedies to help.
The best way to treat sunburned, swollen feet
When feet are sunburned and swollen, you want to focus on measures that reduce swelling and create cooling sensations while your skin heals. Examples of these steps include:
Cool water foot bath
Create a cool water foot bath by getting a small tub (available at most drugstores) and filling it with cool water. Soak your feet for about 10 minutes. Gently pat your feet dry, and apply a moisturizer to protect against dryness. Don’t use ice in the water. Water that’s too cold can damage your skin.
Add soothing ingredients:
Add extra ingredients to the foot bath. Examples include apple cider vinegar to promote healing, baking soda to reduce inflammation, or oatmeal to reduce itching.
Cover with cool compresses. Apply cool compresses by dipping soft washcloths in cool water and draping them over your feet.
put in moisturizer to keep the skin soothed. Those containing aloe vera or soy are usually excellent choices.
Go shoeless to avoid sunburn, swollen feet:
Minimize the amount of time you wear shoes in the first few days after the sunburn. Shoes can increase friction and pressure, which slows healing.
Wear open-toed shoes (such as flip-flops) when you do need to wear shoes. Know that you may need to loosen straps on sandals if they feel especially tight.
Stay hydrated To avoid sunburn, swollen feet :
Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water. Sunburn can lead to dehydration by drawing water to the damaged cells. Ensure you are drinking enough water, so your urine is pale yellow in color.
Don’t pop blisters:
Refrain from popping blisters that may appear on your feet. While it can be difficult to resist popping these blisters, doing so could reveal vulnerable skin that hasn’t had time to heal.
Take anti-inflammatory medication:
Take an over-the-counter (OTC) anti-inflammatory medication, such as ibuprofen.
Avoid applying products that contain local anesthetics — these will end in the letters “-caine.” Products containing anesthetics may actually do more harm than good by causing allergic reactions and irritation.
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