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5 ways to avoid heat rashes in summer

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  • 2023-08-16 13:45:15
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5 ways to avoid heat rashes in summer

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Summer sun can cause many skin problems and these need to be treated properly. In order to prevent serious skin problems that may occur in the future, experts recommend skin care in the hot months.

Dermatologist and Cosmetic Consultant, laser doctor and founder of Skinfinity Derma, Dr. Ipshita Johri said that people with sensitive skin may experience prickly heat in 

the form of a rash.

"It will be difficult to tolerate moisture in the summer.
In some people, sunburn can cause redness on the face, arms, legs, chest and neck. said.

Try using the refrigerator

It is very easy to sunbathe in the heat of summer. "If you are exposed to the sun, be sure to drink plenty of water and apply a cooling solution to the affected area. Use cooling agents such as ice water, aloe vera, and multani mitti" Dr.
said.

If you put some ice on the problem area, your skin will become inflamed. The aloe vera plant can reduce itching and irritation. You can also use rosewater and plump earth mask to treat heat and rashes.

Advanced Treatment

"Gently remove pore-clogging dirt in the shower.
It can be cleaned without heavy scrubbing. Instead, use harsh or mild detergents to scrub your skin, as "harsh soaps can damage the skin," according to experts.

Wear woolen clothing

Wear loose fitting clothing to reduce irritation.

This can help reduce sweating by allowing air to move through the skin and stay dry. If you can, wear long pants, a long shirt, and a hat or scarf over your face, neck, and shoulders. Also look at the fabric of the garment.

Don"t forget your sunscreen

Choose a sunscreen with "broad" protection up to SPF 30. Broad spectrum sunscreen protects you from damage caused by UVA and UVB rays, which are the main cause of sunburns. Dr.Jory recommends reapplying your sunscreen at least every two to three hours and more often if you"re swimming or sweating.


Drinking plenty of water is important

A few glasses of water will not be enough, as thirst is very common in summer. "Keep a bowl of water with you when you go out. Drink juices, lemons, and water-containing fruits like cucumbers and bananas to keep your body hydrated and your face healthy."

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