Everyone knows that apply plenty of sunscreen and shade are the best way to avoid sunburn. Scientists also recently discovered a protein in the body that trigger pain caused by sunburn and an antibody that can reduce sensitivity to pain is through experiments on mice.
But what should we do if the burn is going on?
According to a dermatologist, taking pain relievers such as ibuprofen and aspirin is one way to relieve pain caused by sunburn. But there are also a number of natural medicine options to help overcome them.
For that, we describe 10 natural relief to prevent or cure the pain caused by sunburn as reported by the Huffingtonpost. (more…)