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How To Treat Sunburn For Your Baby

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The skin of your little angel is thinner and more vulnerable than yours. Therefore, the summer’s sun may not harm you but your children, leading to a deep pink color and some serious discomfort. Luckily, you can take care of the sunburn at home as long as it’s not a blistering one. Keep your baby comfortable until her skin is recovered, and the next time, find the shade for her when you’re outside.

Things you’ll need

·         Cold compresses

·         Loose clothes

·         Lotion

Description: The skin of your little angel is thinner and more vulnerable than yours.

The skin of your little angel is thinner and more vulnerable than yours.

Instructions

1.    Let her use acetaminophen at the proper dosage when she cries and hurts because of the sunburn. That drug can reduce either the pain or swelling. Just follow the instructions of your doctor about the dosage.

2.    Apply cold compresses to the affected area. You can use wet washcloths or a frozen veggies bag. Although your baby can be react to the cold, it can reduce swelling and soothe the sunburn of your baby while it is recovering.

Description: Apply cold compresses to the affected area.

Apply cold compresses to the affected area.

3.    Wear loose clothes for her. Friction may hurt her thin skin, so remember to use loose cotton clothes or nightwear to reduce the friction and keep your baby cool.

4.    Let her drink more water to prevent from dehydration. Because burned skin loses more moisture than the healthy one, don’t be surprise if your baby wants to be breastfed more than often. If she is less than 6 months, you don’t need to supply water; she has enough water from breast milk and formula. If not, hydrate her with a sippy cup.

Description: Let her drink more water to prevent from dehydration.

Let her drink more water to prevent from dehydration.

5.    Rub some of Aloe Vera gel for sensitive skin. The cool feeling can soothe the inconvenience while hydrating the dry skin of your baby until it’s gone.

Tips and warnings

Call a doctor if your baby’s sunburn blisters or she has fever and shudder beside the sunburn.

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