Cool down sunburned skin

Always apply sunscreen 30 minutes before going out.

Reapply every 2-3 hours or after bathing.

Limit direct sunlight exposure between 9-10 a.m. and 4-5 p.m.

If you have to go out, you should protect, use glasses, shirt, full hat.

The heat caused me to burn my skin, especially the skin of my hands was blistered, discolored.

Can you advise your doctor on how to cool down and take care of your skin in the summer?

Answer:

Sunburn is a phenomenon of skin that is exposed to a lot of sun that causes this part to burn, rosacea, peeling or herpes accompanied by burning pain.

Sunburned, sunburned skin needs to be cooled as soon as possible.

You can use cold towels, wet towels, damp gauze or ice (wrapped in a towel), rub gently on sunburned skin to balance the temperature, relieve pain.

It is not recommended to put ice directly, towels are too cold on the skin because it makes this part more easily dry and irritated.

If you have a full-body sunburn, you can also shower with cool water under the shower to soothe the burning pain.