Top Ways to Calm Skin Inflammation

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Top Ways to Calm Skin Inflammation

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Skin inflammations can be very painful and uncomfortable for people. Simply splashing cold water on the skin does not do the trick. The skin is very red and heated and it needs the proper cooling agents to help it soothe down. The heated, burning sensation of the skin should be treated immediately or it results in acne, tightening, redness, rashes and other infections. It is very important to avoid harsh chemicals, soap, hot water and any other fragrant chemical sprays otherwise the skin will become for painful and heated. It is also necessary to avoid rubbing your skin because the fiction can also lead to the production of more heat.

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It is best to take care of the skin with natural and organic ingredients which have natural cooling properties. Here are few of those ingredients which will help you soothe your inflamed skin.

ALOE VERA

Top Ways to Calm Skin Inflammation

Top Ways to Calm Skin Inflammation

Aloe Vera is wonderful for all skin types as it is very mild and doesn’t cause any breakouts. It is filled with antioxidants and other wonderful nutrients. They have natural cooling properties. Cold aloe vera gel can be used directly on the inflamed skin and it will help the skin heal and cool down. You can use organic aloe vera gel from your plants or just the natural organic gels available in the market. Store it in the refrigerator to keep it cool.

CUCUMBER

Top Ways to Calm Skin Inflammation

Top Ways to Calm Skin Inflammation

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Grate a cucumber and squeeze out its water. Store it in the fried and use it with the pulp as a sponge to dab it on the inflamed skin. Cucumbers are filled with natural water which has soothing and healing properties. Cucumbers are also used to help reduce the swellings of under eyes and even dark circles. It is a great soothing agent and can help reduce and calm the troubled irritated burning skin. It is also used to treat sunburns. They go deep into the pores and gently and subtly calm down the skin leaving it feeling refreshed and hydrated.

ROSE WATER

Top Ways to Calm Skin Inflammation

Top Ways to Calm Skin Inflammation

You can make your own rose water at home by soaking the rose petals in water overnight or you can purchase the rose water from the market and store it in the fridge. Take a cotton ball and soak it in the chilled rose water and dab it gently on your burning skin. Rose water have an abundance of vitamins which help soothe and calm the irritated skin. You can take a clean cloth and soak it in the rose water and leave it on your face for few minutes or half an hour. The fresh mild fragrance of the rose tingles your senses while the water seeps down deep into the pores and works its magic. Skin is left feeling and looking refreshed and hydrated.

HONEY

Top Ways to Calm Skin Inflammation

Top Ways to Calm Skin Inflammation

This golden liquid is filled with healing properties which helps calm the skin and advocates quick recovery. Its lovely moisturizing properties hydrate the skin leaving it super soft and healthy. It is also antibacterial which helps remove the redness and prevents acne and rashes. It is perfect for sensitive skin as it is not at all harsh and it cools and hydrates the skin wonderfully.

Here were a few ways in which you can tackle skin inflammations. A few basic steps that can be taken to reduce constant exposure to the sun is by using an umbrella or wearing a cap. To avoid direct contact with the heat and dust, cover your face with a scarf or your dupatta. These simple measures can help reduce skin inflammations to a certain degree.

Top Ways to Calm Skin Inflammation

Top Ways to Calm Skin Inflammation

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Ananya is a Science writer by profession and a beauty and fashion enthusiast who loves quiet evenings and enjoys going on long walks with her dogs. She loves baking and is hopelessly in love with chocolates. Since she has sensitive combination skin, she picks out her make-up and skin care products very carefully. Her favourite pass time is curling up with a good novel with a cup of steaming green tea. Her favourite beauty products are perfumes and lipsticks and she absolutely adores refreshing and aquatic fragrances.