How to quickly and naturally relieve sunburn?

We have always been told, we must protect our skin from the sun! 

And yet ... who has never had a painful sunburn?

Exposing yourself to the sun, tanning in summer ... it's nice but in case of prolonged exposure, you just have to forget to apply sun protection, not to have anticipated the risks of a beautiful sunny day away from home, for having used a sunscreen with insufficient protection factor or of poor quality… and it is just a few hours later the exposure that strong and bothersome pains start ... AIE!

 

How to quickly relieve a sunburn?

 

Sunburns are burns that need to be treated. That is, these wounds must be able to heal well. The process can take up to two weeks and even longer if exposed to the sun again without protection.

 

To calm and heal these burns, the world of bees offers us their honey that their wax products for their hives !

 

 

HONEYPATCH has developed 100% natural solutions by selecting and formulating the best combinations of bee products for skin burns.

 

 

What to wear on sunburn?

 

HONEYPATCH BALM and HONEYPATCH PURE, 100% natural solutions for many skin concerns, including sunburn!

Indispensable in the Family Pharmacy Kit

They act as optimal after-sun solutions in case of excess exposure that has caused sunburn:

  • They relieve AND REPAIR burnt skin
  • They provide a moisturizing action
  • They are not limited to providing only a refreshing effect. Moreover, in the event of sun and hot weather, consider drinking plenty of water, at least 1.5 liters of mineral water per day.

 

 HONEYPATCH BALM HONEYPATCH PURE

→ The solution to relieve you of sunburn that did not result in an open blister

→ The 100% organic healing beeswax it contains naturally restores the protective sebum layer of the skin

→ Only 1 to 2 applications per day after showering or bathing

→ 1 pump stroke is enough to cover an area of skin equivalent to 2 hands, a very effective but also economical solution!

→ This cream is not greasy and does not contain paraffin, glycerin or other chemicals

→ Hypoallergenic, suitable for sensitive skin, atypical skin and prone to eczema (laboratory tested)

→ Thanks to its airless pump, the balm remains sterile and has a validity date of 28 months

→ It is suitable for the whole family, safe for baby

→ It is not necessary to wash the skin before use

→ Its chestnut honey selected for its healing properties is applied to sunburn with open blister

→ It accelerates healing, provides a barrier effect and reduces pain 

→ Its composition rich in sugars (minimum 80%), low in water (maximum 17%) and its acidic pH stimulate healing while creating an environment reducing the proliferation of microbes.

→ One drop is enough to cover an area of 3 cm by 3 cm because it is very concentrated

→ It is applied near the mucous membranes without danger

→ Thanks to its airless pump, it allows long-term use by keeping for 3 years and resisting temperatures varying between -20 ° C and + 35 ° C.  

 

 

 

 

What is sunburn?

 

 

 

Sunburn is an injury caused by the sun's rays, UV rays (UVA and UVB ultraviolet rays).

 

Excessive sun exposure? Your skin becomes red and sore

The degree of burn severity will vary depending on your skin type (fair skin is more sensitive to sunlight), the duration of sun exposure, its intensity, and location.

 

It will go away within a few days causing flaking, or "flaky skin", as well as depigmentation of the skin.

 

 

We are in the same process as for first and second degree burns.

 

 

→ A light sunburn corresponds to a first degree burn

 

 

→ If the skin turns bright red and you can no longer bear the rubbing of clothes, it is called a 2nd degree burn.

 

 

→ If the skin is purplish red and swollen seems ready to peel and contact with the skin is very painful, we speak of a 3rd degree burn

 

 

→ You can even get red and blistered skin like that of a real burn person. Symptoms such as headache, nausea and dizziness signal the possible need for hospitalization. 

 

 

Would you like to know more about burns in general and the action of bee products?  Click on this link.