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Sun Burn / Mealsama Treatment

Sunburn — red, painful skin that feels hot to the touch — usually appears within a few hours after sun exposure and may take several days or longer to fade.

Intense sun exposure that results in sunburn increases your risk of certain complications and related skin diseases. These include dry, wrinkled skin, liver spots, actinic keratoses, and skin cancer, including melanoma.

You can prevent sunburn and the related skin conditions by protecting your skin whenever you're outdoors, even on cloudy days. If you do get sunburn, several home remedies and treatments can relieve your pain and speed the healing of your skin.

Signs and symptoms of sunburn include:

  • Pinkness or redness
  • Skin that feels warm or hot to the touch
  • Pain or tenderness
  • Swelling
  • Small fluid-filled blisters, which may break
  • Headache, fever and fatigue if sunburn covers a large area

Any part of your body, including your earlobes, scalp and lips, can burn. Your eyes, which are extremely sensitive to the sun's ultraviolet light, also can burn. Sunburned eyes may feel painful or gritty.

Signs and symptoms of sunburn usually appear within a few hours after sun exposure. But it may take a day or longer to know the full extent and severity of sunburn.

Within a few days, your body starts to heal itself by "peeling" the top layer of damaged skin. After peeling, your skin may temporarily have an irregular color and pattern. Depending on the severity, it may take several days or longer for the sunburn to heal.

When to see a doctor

See your doctor if the sunburn:

Is blistering and covers a large portion of your body

Is accompanied by a high fever, extreme pain, headache, confusion, nausea or chills

Doesn't respond to at-home care within a few days

At kaavya we have the guranteed treatment for this.  We provide the oral medicines after the recommendation of Dertmologiest and also use the peels to clean the affected area.  This treatment is completed in 60 days as the peels are to be given for 6 to 8 times with a gap of 8 to 10 days each.