How to get rid of Spot/ Sunburn
Did you know that you can still have a spot-free face?
Your spot might have been caused as a result of acne, chicken pox, insect bite, measles, reaction to a certain water, food etc. After going through all the reactions and the trauma…..
Sunspots, also known as liver spots or solar lentigines, are very common. Anyone can get sunspots, but they are more common in people with fair skin and those older than 40.
They are flat brown spots that develop on the skin after sun exposure (during which, UV radiation causes pigmented skin cells called melanocytes to multiply).
They vary in shape and size and usually occur on the areas of your body that have had the most sun exposure, such as your face, shoulders, forearms, and backs of your hands.
True sunspots are harmless and noncancerous but can be treated for cosmetic purposes.
How to get rid of Spots/Sunburn on your face
- Take a cool bath or shower.
- Use an ice pack or compress.
- Wrap ice in a cloth before applying it directly to your skin, or soak a washcloth in cold water or milk and place that on the burn.
- Drink lots of water. A sunburn draws fluid to the skin and away from the rest of the body, according to the AAD. Rehydrate by downing plenty of H20.
- Don’t pop any blisters. Severe and widespread blisters require a doctor’s attention, but if you get a few, leave ’em be. Opening them up makes them vulnerable to infection, the AAD says. If they pop naturally, clean the open wound with mild soap and water and covering it with antibiotic ointment and a bandage.
- Protect against further damage. If you need to go outside again, wear clothing that covers your skin and stay in the shade. Don’t forget to apply lots of sunscreen as well
Did you know with Jenny Glow Spot/Sunburn Removal, you can have the spotless skin.
It’s what we call ‘small but mighty’.
If you are having issues with spots, dark armpit, your face and neck is darker than your body, then, You need Jenny Glow Spot/Sunburn Removal…
How to Prevent Sunburn
You may be able to prevent sunspots on your face by limiting your exposure to UVA and UVB rays. You can do this by:
- Avoiding the sun between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.
- Applying sunscreen before going outdoors and reapplying it every two hours
- Choosing makeup products that contain sunscreen
- Covering your skin with clothing and hats
You should check out our Sunburn set , for the treatment and Prevention of Sunburns