17 Naturally Soothing Sunburn Treatments

17 Naturally Soothing Sunburn Treatments  -  The best thing to do is prevent sunburn, but even when you do try to protect yourself, you may end up burned anyways. To avoid peeling and get rid of the redness and stinging, here are 17 sunburn treatments that are simple, fast, and effective.
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Sunburn is the bane of summertime, thwarting tans and forcing people to cover up. It can happen at any time of the year though, because it is the exposer to the ultra-violet rays of the sun that cause it.

 

When you’re getting bombarded with UV light, your exposed skin ups its production of melanin. Melanin is the dark pigment in the top layer of your skin (the epidermis) that gives it its color, and also determines how tan you can get.

 

Upping the production of melanin is the bodies’ way of protecting the deeper layers of the skin, and the tan acts as a shield against UV light.

 

However, the amount of melanin produced to protect you is determined by genetics (so people with fair skin produce less melanin and are more likely to burn) and all in all you end up with a natural shield equal to around SPF 4.

 

The best thing to do is prevent sunburn, but even when you do try to protect yourself, you may end up burned anyways.

 

To avoid peeling and get rid of the redness and stinging, here are 17 tips and home remedies for sunburn that are simple, fast, and effective.

 

17 Sunburn Treatments You Can Try

 

  1. Potato paste

 

If you’ve found yourself with searing hot red skin, root up a few potatoes. Potatoes have been known as a pain reliever throughout the years, working particularly well on minor skin irritations and soothing scratches, bites, and burns, as well as possibly reducing inflammation.

 

Some people feel that the juice of the potato works the best, while others feel just slices are sufficient. Try both sunburn treatments tips, and see which one is the best remedy for your sunburn.

 

You will need…
-2 potatoes
-A grater, blender, or knife
-Cotton balls, cotton pads, facial tissue, or gauze

 

Directions
Wash and scrub your potatoes thoroughly, and then either grate them over a bowl or cut them up and put them in a blender. There is no need to remove the peels.

 

If you’re using a blender, give them a whirl until they’ve become quite liquid. If they seem too dry, you can add a small amount of water.

 

Pour out the mixture, soak cotton balls thoroughly in it, and apply to sunburn.

 

An easier perhaps more effective method would be to soak gauze and lay it over the burn.

 

If you’re using a grater, grate the potatoes over a bowl and apply the pulp, trying to get as much juice as possible.

 

You can also try simply slicing the potatoes, and lying the slices directly on your burn.

 

  1. Cool milk compress

 

A cool milk compress is one of the quickest, simplest and low-cost sunburn treatments. It doesn’t get much easier than just heading to the refrigerator for relief-and easy is good when treating anything.

 

The initial coolness of the milk will ease the heat, while it also creates a layer of protein to protect your skin, help it heal, and further soothe discomfort.

 

You will need…
-Gauze or a clean, soft, washcloth
-Chilled milk

 

Directions

 

Pour a bowl of milk high enough so that you can thoroughly soak your compress in it. When the gauze or washcloth is saturated, let the excess liquid drain off.

 

Drape across your burn, pressing gently so that it stays in place, and leave it on for as long as needed. If the milk in the bowl becomes room temperature chill it before re-dunking your compress.

 

  1. Cornstarch/baking soda for fighting burns

 

Cornstarch, with its cool, silky texture, is a good way to naturally soothe your sunburn. Like milk, it is one of those things that you probably have lying around your house regardless of whether or not you planned on sizzling out in the sun.

 

If you don’t have cornstarch, try some baking soda for quick relief. Both  sunburn treatments can diminish the pain and lessen the blazing red appearance of the burn.

 

You will need…
-Cornstarch or baking soda
-Cool water

 

Directions
How much cornstarch or baking soda you need will vary depending on how big of an area you want to cover.

 

Whichever one you are using add cool water-not cold- little by little until it has reached a paste-like consistency.

 

Smear the paste gently over your burn and leave on until the heat or pain has let up some. Rinse off completely.

 

  1. Drink up

 

Sunburn is a burn. It sounds like stating the obvious, but we often don’t think about the fact that we really, truly, seared our skin. As with any other thing that burns your skin is dried out, and your body is probably dehydrated too.

 

Keep a tall glass or bottle of ice cold water on hand at all times to make sure you’re keeping yourself full of H20, which is necessary to heal your damaged skin.

 

  1. Cool off with mint & tea

 

Mint naturally cools and soothes whatever it touches, and sunburns are no exception. The tannic acid and theobromine found in green tea also helps relieve pain and heal damaged skin when applied topically.

 

You will need…
-1 quart of boiling water
-5 green tea bags
-3 cups of fresh mint leaves
-Cotton pads or a clean soft cloth

 

Directions
Bring 1 quart of water to a boil. Remove the strings and tags from the 5 tea bags and add them, as well as 3 cups of fresh mint leaves, to a pan.

 

Pour the boiling water over the mint leaves and tea bags and cover with a lid, letting is sit for approximately an hour so you can get all the good stuff out of it. Strain and then chill.

 

When the mixture has chilled thoroughly, use cotton pads or a clean soft cloth soaked in the liquid and apply directly to the burn. You can also pour it over the burn if you wish.

 

If you find yourself without green tea you can substitute black tea, which also contains tannins.

 

  1. Indulge in some aloe

 

Aloe vera gel is many peoples go-to when they have sunburn. It’s cool, soothing, and seems to suck the sting and redness right out of your sunburn.

 

Because aloe is useful for a number of other ailments (such as acne or heartburn) it’s handy to have a plant growing in your house. They’re easy to maintain, free from any additives, and you won’t have to keep running out to buy more from the store all the time once it’s big enough.

 

If you would really rather prefer not having the plant, getting some good quality aloe vera gel from the store is the next best thing-it’s also more practical for treating larger areas.

 

You will need…
-An aloe plant with thick, juicy, leaves
-Enough store bought gel to cover your burn

 

If using the plant, slit several big leaves down the middle, not cutting all the way through. Spread them flat, and lay on your burn. You can also squeeze the gel out.

 

If you’re using gel that’s already been extracted, apply however much you need to your sunburn. The plant is usually more practical when treating smaller areas, while the purchased aloe gel is easier to spread over a big burn. A combination of both works as well.

 

  1. Season with vinegar

 

Vinegar has been part of family lore for literally hundreds of years. While there is no official research done on how it helps sunburns in particular, there are a vast amount of people out there who swear up and down that vinegar helps heal sunburn, or mildly burned tissue in general.

 

Pure unfiltered apple cider vinegar seems to work the best, and often times proponents of this method say is most effective after a cool or tepid shower.

 

You will need…
-1 cup roughly apple cider vinegar
-a spray bottle (optional)
-Cotton balls or something similar for application

 

Directions
Try this after taking a water only shower if possible. Fill a spray bottle with pure unfiltered apple cider vinegar, and spritz it onto your burn, or soak cotton balls and apply. Let it dry.

 

  1. Wash it with witch hazel

 

Witch hazel is a staple when it comes to healing a number of ailments and maladies. Witch hazel is a plant, but only the leaves bark, and twigs, are used medicinally.

 

Witch hazels contain chemicals called “tannins” which, when applied to directly to the skin, can help reduce swelling, repair damaged skin, and ward off nasty bacteria.

 

You’ll most likely find witch hazel in a distilled liquid extract form, which simply distilled from the dried leaves, bark, and twigs of the plant. It may also be called witch hazel water.

 

You will need…
-3 tablespoons of witch hazel, approximately
-Cotton balls or a clean soft cloth

 

Directions
The amount of witch hazel you will need will depend on the area of the burn you want to cover. Pour the necessary amount into a bowl, and soak cotton balls or a clean cloth in the liquid.

 

Dab on just enough to cover the burn-it doesn’t need to be dripping off. Reapply as needed for pain.

 

  1. Take a bath with the Quaker guy

 

I should specify that I mean add oatmeal to a bath, and the one with the nice looking fellow wearing a hat tends to be the one most people have. That being said, any plain rolled oats will do.

 

The polysaccharides in oatmeal will coat and heal your skin, while the water cools you down and keeps your skin hydrated and moist.

 

Make sure your bath is tepid, or slightly on the cooler side. Cold water will seal off pores and your body will want to trap heat. The burn is hot enough that tepid water will still soothe it.

 

You will need…
-Roughly 2 cups of rolled oats, uncooked
-a clean tube sock

 

Directions
Fill a clean cotton tube sock with uncooked oatmeal and tie off the top. Make sure the top is really cinched off; otherwise the oatmeal will leak out and float around.

 

Run a bath full of tepid water, only a little on the cool side if you feel even tepid is too warm. Toss in the sock and let it soak for a few minutes before getting in the tub.

 

Squeeze the out the sock to get all the healing goodness, and repeat every few minutes. The water will get cloudy, and your skin may feel somewhat slick-which is a good thing. Let yourself air dry, or pat dry gently with a clean soft towel when you’re finished.

 

Note: Don’t linger for hours, as a super long soak may dry out your skin more in the end.

 

  1. DIY burn cream

 

Whipping up a cream to soothe your sunburn at home can be easy, provided you have the right ingredients. Not surprisingly, this cream contains water, witch hazel, aloe vera gel, mint leaves, and baking soda, all of which relieve sunburn for various reasons.

 

You can experiment by adding or subtracting other helpful ingredients to find out what works best for you.

 

You will need…
-1 tablespoon of witch hazel
-1 teaspoon of aloe vera gel
-2-4 teaspoons of baking soda or cornstarch
-1-2 cups of fresh mint leaves, or 1 teaspoon of peppermint oil
-2 tablespoons fresh, clean, water

 

Directions
Put 2 tablespoons of fresh water, 1 tablespoon of witch hazel, and 1 teaspoon of aloe vera gel, in a small mixing bowl. Stir together and then cover, letting the mixture blend and infuse for 2 hours. After 2 hours, add 2-4 teaspoons of baking soda or cornstarch, and 1-2 cups of roughly chopped fresh mint leaves.

 

If it seems too runny add more baking soda or cornstarch slowly, or if it’s too thick, add small amounts of water slowly until desired consistency is reached.

 

Transfer to a jar or similar container with a tight fitting lid, and store in a cool dark place for 24 hours to let the cream fully infuse. You can than apply as needed.

 

Making some ahead of time and keeping it in the refrigerator ensures you always have a handy cream to heal any sunburn you get during the hot summer months.

 

  1. Don’t get burned

 

This had to be listed at some point-the best way to treat a burn is to not get burned in the first place. Forget about getting a ridiculous tan a.s.a.p. and apply some sunscreen. You’ll darken your skin gradually, and in a much healthier way.

 

  1. Use plain yogurt

 

Live cultured plain yogurt contains an abundance of probiotics and enzymes that help heal our skin. When you find yourself red and sunburned, it can help you recover faster. Make sure it’s truly plain yogurt, not vanilla, and that it has probiotics.

 

You will need…
-1/2 cup or so of plain live cultured yogurt

 

A half cup of plain yogurt should be sufficient to treat facial burns at least, but feel free to use more if you want to cover more area.

 

Wash your hands and apply cool yogurt directly to your burn, and let it sit for at least 5 minutes. When the pain has subsided, gently rinse it off with cool or tepid water.

 

  1. Avoid suds

Do not soak your burn in soapy water, or take a bubble bath. Soap can dry out and irritate your already irritated skin.

 

If you want to soak or submerge it, do so in a cool or tepid bath. When you’re done, pat yourself gently dry with a clean soft towel (be sure not to rub.)

 

If your skin feels tight or dry afterwards, apply aloe vera gel or a similar moisturizer.

 

  1. Double check your meds

 

Various antibiotics, creams, pills, and antifungal medication can make you ultra-sensitive to the sun. When I was treating my acne I would awe people with how I functioned in spite of my sizzling red my skin (if you count taking 30 minutes to pull on clothes functioning.) The medications I was on made me extremely sensitive to sunlight, and I burned after about 10 minutes outside.

 

Check with your doctor or read the side effects of your medications if you find yourself getting burned easier and on a more frequent basis than usual. It could be that you have to use a little extra protection if you’re compromised due to medicine.

 

  1. Apply, reapply

To get the most out the SPF (sun protection factor) of your sunscreen, apply it 30 minutes before you even go outside. Don’t neglect sensitive areas like your ears, the back of your neck and shoulders, and the backs of your legs and arms.

 

If you’re sweating or swimming, reapply as needed. Don’t get too big for your britches when you’ve been cooking yourself on the beach all day and haven’t gotten burned.

 

A sunburn doesn’t truly set in until 24 hours after sun exposure, and chances are you’ll be feeling the consequences of not covering up later.

 

  1. Watch the clock

 

While it would be impractical to advise people to stay indoors during the prime hours of the day, keep an eye on what time it is. The sun is the most powerful, and damaging, when around its highest point.

 

Between 11:00 am and 4:00 pm is when it’s at its strongest, so make sure you’re being wise about how you expose yourself.

 

  1. Cool it, cucumber

 

Instant relief-that’s what a cucumber is to scorched skin. Not only is a cool cucumber soothing to the burn simply because it is cool, but its antioxidant and analgesic properties promote healing and further relief from discomfort. You can apply it in a couple of ways, but however you do it, the swelling, redness, and pain should diminish soon.

 

You will need…
-1 or 2 fresh cucumbers, chilled
-A blender or a knife

 

Directions
If you’re going for mainly quick pain relief, slice up a chilled cucumber and lay the slices on your burned skin. Flip the slices when the first side heats up, like how you flip a pillow to get the cool side up.

 

For a longer lasting effect, chill 1 or 2 cucumbers and toss them in a blender to create a paste. Feel free to add in some aloe vera gel or cornstarch if you want it a little thicker.

 

Also watch this Video HERE to learn about other sunburn treatments

 

Sunburn is the perfect case of “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” That being said you’ll still get burned from time to time, no matter how diligent you are.

 

Sunburn is also a great example of an ailment you can treat at home, without needing a bunch of special creams. On top of that, home remedies for minor sunburns are generally easy to whip up, and usually cost little to nothing.

 

Also, forget racing to get a tan, the long term effects just aren’t worth it. Be patient; protect yourself from harmful rays, and rest assured knowing that when you get older you’ll radiate a healthy glow that can’t be beat, no matter what color your skin is.

 

By Claire Goodall (a bee-obsessed natural-convert from Minnesota) who is a holistic health lover. She is the author of Everyday Roots Book.

 

It’s a Book that she creates to help you replace the toxic products and medications in your home with healthier, all-natural alternatives.

 

It contains 215+ effective home remedies and covers everything you will need to protect your family and save money every month.

 

For more details about her book, take a look at the Everyday Roots Book.

How to Treat Severe Eczema?

How to Treat Severe Eczema? If you have severe eczema, don’t lose hope. With a solid eczema treatment program, which involves a multifaceted approach that includes medical treatments and lifestyle modifications, you can find relief and restore your skin’s texture and health. Read on to find out more.
Click HERE to Get Access to the Safe All Natural Way to End Eczema for Good

Eczema is always difficult to deal with, especially if it affects more than 20% of your skin, and in which case it is categorized as severe eczema. It is without a doubt one of the most maddening nuisance and miserable skin condition that has afflicted millions of people of any age, across the glove.

 

A Look at Severe Eczema

 

Severe eczema is characterized as dry and overly itchy and thickened skin, with redness, swelling, blistering, cracking, scaling or crusting, affecting more than 20% of the body.

 

If you have severe eczema, you will find extensive rashes on different parts of the body such as the scalp, hands elbows, knees, neck and feet as well as large skin areas such as the torso.

 

In one study, people with severe eczema have been known to scratch more than 10, 000 times in a day, which can only aggravate the condition and lead to serious infection.

 

Sadly, eczema is not a cosmetic problem, as it is not only physically painful, it is also an emotionally scarring experience and in fact, life threatening when left untreated.

 

If you have severe eczema, don’t lose hope. With a solid eczema treatment program, which involves a multifaceted approach that includes medical treatments and lifestyle modifications, you can find relief and restore your skin’s texture and health.

 

Management of Severe Eczema

 

Here are the recommended eczema treatment options for severe cases:

 

General Avoidance

 

The most simple yet very effective eczema treatment is avoidance of any known trigger that may set off another flare-up. Typical irritants include certain food items, wool or synthetic fabrics, cleaners, soaps, perfumes, cosmetics, cigarette smoke, dust, sand, certain substances such as mineral oil, chlorine and harsh chemical formulations.

 

Avoiding these triggers is an inexpensive and practical eczema treatment available for anyone and is considered an integral part of the any eczema treatment and management program.

 

Phototherapy

 

This is a simple, painless eczema treatment procedure which involves the use of ultraviolet light to treat the affected areas of the skin and bring about gradual healing.

 

Oral Antihistamines

 

It is no secret that aside from the unsightly scars and rashes, one of the biggest problems with eczema is the severe itchiness which can cause extreme discomfort and even affect quality of sleep. An effective eczema treatment for this is to administer antihistamine in order to effectively reduce itchiness.

 

A Short Course of Cortisteroids

 

While steroids are no exactly the best eczema treatment as it has been known to come with side effects, when administered strategically during a short period of time can be very effective in calming the irritation. However, it is important that you follow the doctor’s instructions in terms of application and duration.

 

Immunomodulators

 

There are two popular drugs under this eczema treatment category: Elidel and Protopic, which are both approved for the treatment of eczema. Like cortisteriods, extreme caution and professional guidance is required for effective use of this eczema treatment as it has been reported to increase risks of cancer.

 

Alternative Remedies for Severe Eczema

 

Offer the years, healthier and far safer eczema treatment alternatives have been introduced to treat the condition. This includes acupuncture, herbal treatment, bleach or oats bath, and supplementation of certain vitamins to fortify the immune system and clam the skin irritation.

 

You can also watch a Video HERE to learn how to treat severe eczema.

 

By Fay Spencer who is the author of 14 Days Eczema Cure which offers many ideas on how to treat eczema within 14 days by using readily accessible natural products and applying them in the right balance.

 

The 14 Days Eczema Cure is a comprehensive and holistic approach to curing eczema. This means that it is safe, natural, effective and 100% drug free. This will help to cure your eczema for good without any side effects which can happen if you use those expensive medications, potions or steroids.

 

For more information on the 14 Days Eczema Cure, click HERE.

 

How to Address Eczema Problem for Active Individuals?

How to Address Eczema Problem for Active Individuals? If you have eczema problem, don’t lose hope. With a solid eczema treatment program, which involves a multifaceted approach that includes medical treatments and lifestyle modifications, you can find relief and restore your skin’s texture and health.
Click HERE to Get Access to the Safe All Natural Way to End Eczema for Good

 

When our skin is sensitive and dry, it gets “cracked.”  There are many causes of skin cracking. Factors such as genes, allergies, (unhealthy) diet, and even over exposure to sun can lead to this skin condition which may give rise to eczema problem.

 

What worsen skin cracking even further are skin irritants that aggravate the condition of our already weak skin structure.

 

These irritants include artificial clothing, cold or low temperatures, and of course the chemical components of our hair and skin care products.

 

Other skin diseases like rosacea, psoriasis, rashes, dermatitis, and eczema are likewise bad news for our weakened skin structure.

 

What is Eczema?

 

Did you know that, of the world’s population, between 10 to 20% have eczema problem. This skin disease is manifested in dry, scaly, and itchy skin.

 

Eczema can be exceedingly painful and extremely itchy, so much so that those who suffer from it have the strong urge to scratch areas affected with this disease.

 

In worst cases, the skin will be have pus-filled pustules that tend to open and secrete pus, which can cause permanent skin damage.

 

Don’t You Know that Physical Activities Can Cause or Even Aggravate Your Eczema Problem?

 

When one thinks of eczema, it would barely cross his mind that it can be caused by exercise or sports. However, experts discovered that one of the factors that can trigger eczema is sweating.

 

This does not apply to all people, but sweating do cause eczema problem for some people. As we all know, sweating is our body’s natural reaction to high temperatures.

 

Our body excretes sweat in order to lower its temperature. It is perfectly natural and healthy to sweat; however, since it is salty it does dehydrate our skin and, as a result, causes eczema.
Besides our sweat itself, other factors also worsen our tendency to have eczema. These are:

 

  1. Sports t-shirts. These are made of synthetic materials which aggravates sweating.
  2. Taking hot showers. This is a no-brainer. Hot water causes our skin to dry even more.
  3. Chemicals in our hair and skin care products. Again, these cause our skin to dry.
  4. Taking a dip in swimming pools. Swimming pools contain chlorine, which is known to worsen skin irritation.
  5. Using locker rooms. It’s best to stay away from locker rooms, as these microorganisms thrive here. These microorganisms are known to trigger infection in our weak skin structure.
  6. Failing to care for our skin. Lack and excessive showering also damage our skin.

 

Addressing Your Eczema Problem

 

For active individuals, there are eczema treatment methods that you can follow to address your skin problems. The key to eczema treatment is to target the cause of dry skin, thus, you are advised to:

 

  1. Lessen the frequency of your sports activity, as well as to tone down on the intensity of each activity.
  2. Choose sports or physical activities that do not cause you to sweat too much.
  3. Do your workout or sports in places which are well-ventilated. Better yet, if you can, do it outdoors under the shade of the trees.
  4. Go natural. Just about every skin care expert would advice that using natural skin care products is one of the top methods of eczema treatment. Trust the experts. If you want to pursue an active lifestyle, this going natural is a must. There are excellent and natural products which relieve dry skin, including rose hip oil.

 

You can also watch a Video HERE to learn about how to address your eczema problem.

 

By Fay Spencer who is the author of 14 Days Eczema Cure which offers many ideas on how to treat eczema within 14 days by using readily accessible natural products and applying them in the right balance.

 

The 14 Days Eczema Cure is a comprehensive and holistic approach to curing eczema. This means that it is safe, natural, effective and 100% drug free. This will help to cure your eczema for good without any side effects which can happen if you use those expensive medications, potions or steroids.

 

For more information on the 14 Days Eczema Cure, click HERE.

 

How to Treat Severe Eczema?

How to Treat Severe Eczema?  If you have severe eczema, don’t lose hope. With a solid eczema treatment program, which involves a multifaceted approach that includes medical treatments and lifestyle modifications, you can find relief and restore your skin’s texture and health.
Click HERE to Get Access to the Safe All Natural Way to End Eczema for Good

Eczema is always difficult to deal with, especially if it affects more than 20% of your skin, and in which case categorized as severe. Severe eczema is without a doubt one of the most maddening nuisance and miserable skin condition that has afflicted millions of people of any age, across the glove.

 

A Look at Severe Eczema

 

Severe eczema is characterized as dry and overly itchy and thickened skin, with redness, swelling, blistering, cracking, scaling or crusting, affecting more than 20% of the body.

 

If you have severe eczema, you will find extensive rashes on different parts of the body such as the scalp, hands elbows, knees, neck and feet as well as large skin areas such as the torso.

 

In one study, people with severe eczema have been known to scratch more than 10, 000 times in a day, which can only aggravate the condition and lead to serious infection.

 

Sadly, eczema is not a cosmetic problem, as it is not only physically painful, it is also an emotionally scarring experience and in fact, life threatening when left untreated.

 

If you have severe eczema, don’t lose hope. With a solid eczema treatment program, which involves a multifaceted approach that includes medical treatments and lifestyle modifications, you can find relief and restore your skin’s texture and health.

 

Management of Severe Eczema

 

Here are the recommended eczema treatment options for severe eczema cases:

 

General Avoidance

 

The most simple yet very effective eczema treatment is avoidance of any known trigger that may set off another flare-up. Typical irritants include certain food items, wool or synthetic fabrics, cleaners, soaps, perfumes, cosmetics, cigarette smoke, dust, sand, certain substances such as mineral oil, chlorine and harsh chemical formulations.

 

Avoiding these triggers is an inexpensive and practical eczema treatment available for anyone and is considered an integral part of the any eczema treatment and management program.

 

Phototherapy

 

This is a simple, painless eczema treatment procedure which involves the use of ultraviolet light to treat the affected areas of the skin and bring about gradual healing.

 

Oral Antihistamines

 

It is no secret that aside from the unsightly scars and rashes, one of the biggest problems with eczema is the severe itchiness which can cause extreme discomfort and even affect quality of sleep. An effective eczema treatment for this is to administer antihistamine in order to effectively reduce itchiness.

 

A Short Course Of Cortisteroids

 

While steroids are no exactly the best eczema treatment as it has been known to come with side effects, when administered strategically during a short period of time can be very effective in calming the irritation. However, it is important that you follow the doctor’s instructions in terms of application and duration.

 

Immunomodulators

 

There are two popular drugs under this eczema treatment category: Elidel and Protopic, which are both approved for the treatment of eczema. Like cortisteriods, extreme caution and professional guidance is required for effective use of this eczema treatment as it has been reported to increase risks of cancer.

 

Alternative Remedies

 

Offer the years, healthier and far safer eczema treatment alternatives have been introduced to treat the condition. This includes acupuncture, herbal treatment, bleach or oats bath, and supplementation of certain vitamins to fortify the immune system and clam the skin irritation.

 

You can also watch a Video HERE to learn about how to treat severe eczema.

 

By Fay Spencer who is the author of 14 Days Eczema Cure which offers many ideas on how to treat eczema within 14 days by using readily accessible natural products and applying them in the right balance.

 

The 14 Days Eczema Cure is a comprehensive and holistic approach to curing eczema. This means that it is safe, natural, effective and 100% drug free. This will help to cure your eczema for good without any side effects which can happen if you use those expensive medications, potions or steroids.

 

For more information on the 14 Days Eczema Cure, click HERE.

 

 

How to Really Get Deep Pain Relief the Fastest

 

How to Really Get Deep Pain Relief the Fastest  -  Read on to find out How the Sun HEALS Your Pain and Allow You to Get Deep Pain Relief.
Click HERE to Find Out How You Can Get Deep Pain Relief for Your Muscles, Back & Joints

 

Want to get deep pain relief and take a permanent vacation… from your pain?

 

Right now, imagine lying back on the beach… soaking up bright rays of sun without a care in the world. You feel great… and for good reason.

 

Those wonderful rays of sunshine are warming you from the inside out. You feel energized yet relaxed as you absorb the soothing heat.

 

Aches and pains fade away like an old memory. Even dark clouds of worry and depression are chased away as the power of the sun takes over.

Wouldn’t you love to enjoy this vacation right now?

 

Well the good news is… YOU CAN!

 

How the Sun HEALS Your Pain and Allow You to Get Deep Pain Relief

 

Sunlight travels 93 million miles through cold outer space to reach our planet. Whether the sun appears bright in the sky or is shadowed by clouds, visible rays light up your side of the planet during the day. Other rays, unseen by the naked eye, accompany this visible sunlight.

 

You’ve heard of the very low wavelength ultraviolet rays like UVA, UVB, and UVC that can cause sunburn and skin cancer from overexposure.

But… it’s the completely safe, invisible rays of high wavelength energy on the opposite side of the visible spectrum of sunlight you need to know about…

 

These are the rays that provide the deep healing heat you feel right down to your bones on a bright sunny day… the rays of solar energy called “far infrared”.

 

Most sources of heat are ambient. This means they warm the air around you with heat that barely penetrates your skin. Or they burn your skin as you try to get warm by direct contact.

 

Far infrared is very different. The long wavelength of far infrared allows the energy to pass right through your skin – as much as 3 inches deep – and gently warms you from the inside out.

 

Aching muscles, creaking joints and hard-to-reach painful spots throughout your body get the full soothing effect of the heat. Pain that ordinary heat sources can’t touch is wiped away with mere minutes of exposure to far infrared.

 

And that’s just the start…

 

How to Switch Major Healing ON Fast

 

When you warm yourself with deep penetrating far infrared rays, it’s like “switching on” several major healing functions that may have been lying dormant inside of you.

 

First of all, far infrared expands your capillaries. Stagnant blood starts moving again. Crucial oxygen and nutrients are delivered throughout your body. And built up waste and toxins are carried away for removal.

 

Soon your muscles and joints start to relax. Muscle tension, joint pain and stiffness fade away. Gentle stretching after exposure to far infrared begins to enable greater flexibility and range of motion.

 

And in addition to its unsurpassed pain-fighting power, scientific studies show far infrared can even help you:

 

  1. FIGHT fatigue, pain and sleep problems

 

 After several sessions of thermal treatment using far infrared, patients at The Masuda Clinic in Japan felt more energized

 

  1. Promote FASTER wound healing 

 

Researchers at Kansai Medical University used far infrared treatments to see if it would heal skin wounds faster. It did!

 

  1. Keep your cells HEALTHY

 

German scientists in Munich conducted trials on over 2200 patients. They found far infrared effective for removing abnormal cell growth!

 

  1. Even LOSE WEIGHT

 

That’s right, as your core body temperature is raised by far infrared heat, your body burns off more calories as it works to keep your temperature equilibrium. It’s kind of like exercising… without the exercise!

 

Now Get Far Infrared Healing – Anytime, Anywhere!

 

As much as we’d love to hang out on the beach soaking up the sun all year long, that’s not always practical.

 

Unless you live in a southern state like California, Texas or Florida… or a country near the equator like Indonesia, Ecuador or Costa Rica… the sun’s rays simply aren’t powerful enough most of the year.

 

And even if you live in a warm climate, your pain won’t wait for the occasional storm clouds to roll away.

 

That’s why I’m excited to tell you how to harness the healing power of the sun – even if you’re stuck indoors in the middle of a blizzard – with your personal far infrared heating pad.

 

When you have your own far infrared heating pad, you’re only moments away from deep, soothing healing heat.

 

And when you have the only far infrared heating pad with the Healthy Back Institute’s Seal of Approval, you’ll rest easy knowing it’s…

 

  • Easy to use with adjustable heat settings for perfect comfort
  • Flexible so you can mold it to any area of your body needing relief
  • Constructed with real Jade stones for consistent far infrared distribution
  • Free of harmful electric magnetic fields (EMF) that plague other heating pads
  • Built to last with guaranteed quality

 

Isn’t it time for you to get deep pain relief and send your pain on permanent vacation?

 

Click Here Now to Discover How to Get Your OWN
Healthy Back Institute Approved Far Infrared Heating Pad

 

P.S. Don’t miss our current sale on the heating pads! All sizes are discounted for a limited time only.. and all U.S. orders for large far infrared heating pads even include free shipping… Click above now!

 

Watch this Video HERE to learn how to use far infrared heating pad to get deep pain relief

 

By Jesse Cannone – Creator of the International Best-Selling Back Pain Treatment Program “Lose the Back Pain System” and Best-Selling Book “The 7 Day Back Pain Cure”

 

Unlike most treatments which only deliver temporary relief, if any at all, muscle balance therapy delivers lasting relief to 8 out of 10 people who use it because it addresses the underlying cause of the pain, not just the symptoms.

If you are suffering from any type of back pain, neck pain or sciatica, I urge you to learn more about this breakthrough new treatment. Click HERE to learn more