Summer is in full swing, and if you have kids, you have probably gone through a few bottles of sunscreen already. But as hard as you try to protect your kid's skin from the sun, they may still wind up with a sunburn before the season is over. The pain and irritation caused by a sunburn can be uncomfortable for anyone, but for kids, it can be downright awful. Luckily, finding out how to treat your kid's sunburn is not as difficult as you may think.
Believe it or not, you may not have to look much further than your cupboards for a remedy for your kid's discomfort. Things like honey, aloe vera gel, and even oatmeal can give your little ones some pain relief and prevent infections while you wait for the skin to heal.
While you are treating the surface of the skin, it is also important to remember to make sure your child drinks plenty of water after spending time out in the sun. If they have been affected by sunburn, they are probably dehydrated, making it important for parents to replace the lost fluids.
Don't let the sun put a damper on your fun this summer. Keep your beach bag and your cupboards stocked with these helpful remedies and stay cool.