How To Soothe And Treat A Scalp Sunburn

How To Soothe And Treat A Scalp Sunburn

It’s that time of year again: the sun is shining, the birds are singing, and your scalp is on fire. Yes, winter means one thing for many people: scalp sunburns.

If you’re like most people, you probably don’t even think about your scalp when you’re putting sunscreen on. But did you know that your scalp can get just as burned as the rest of your skin? In fact, it often burns even more easily because it’s thinner and has fewer melanin cells to protect it.

So how do you prevent scalp sunburns? And if you do get a sunburned scalp, what can you do to make it feel better? Read on to find out!

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How To Treat A Swollen Bee or Wasp Sting 

How to Treat a Bee or Wasp Sting if it’s Still Swelling After 48 Hours.

If you’ve just been stung by a bee, wasp or yellow jacket, you have my sympathies. That sucks.

In addition to the obvious and immediate pain, you may also have a minor allergic reaction that causes redness, pain, and swelling around the site of the sting. The immediate pain of the sting will fade within a few hours and your symptoms may subside within at least 24-48 hours.

However, if you still have wasp sting swelling after 48 hours, or if you’re allergic or have had a particularly bad reaction to a bee sting, then it’s time for some treatment.

Read on for some practical tips and home remedies for how to deal with the symptoms of a wasp sting on how to treat a bee sting or wasp sting if it’s still swelling after 48 hours.

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How to Treat and Prevent a Winter Rash on Your Hands

How to prevent and treat a winter rash on your hands

Winter is here and while that means snowball fights and hot cocoa, it also means cold temperatures and dry air. Unfortunately, these conditions can lead to dry, cracked, or chapped skin- particularly on one of the most exposed parts of your body: your hands.

Known as a winter rash, this uncomfortable skin condition is characterized by itchy bumps and redness that can be downright painful. The good news is, winter rashes are easily preventable and treatable! And you’ve come to the right place to learn all about this winter-rashy wonderland!

So grab a seat by the fire, start toasting some marshmallows, and read on to learn all you need to know about preventing and treating those winter rashes on your hands!

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Chigger Bites: How To Identify, Treat And Avoid Them

Chigger Bites – How To Identify, Treat And Avoid Them

Chiggers are tiny, parasitic insects that inhabit warm, damp environments and can feed on humans and other animals. There are two types of chiggers found in North America: the red mites (sometimes called harvest mites) and the gray mites. Both types of mites are very small, brownish-black colored, and almost invisible to the unaided eye, measuring in at around 0.15-0.3mm.

In this article, we’re going to discuss the steps necessary for the treatment and prevention of these nasty bites. We’ll take a look at where chigger bites are most common, when chigger bites occur, how to diagnose chigger bites, and how to avoid chigger bites.

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Swimmer’s Itch — Symptoms, Causes, Treatment and Prevention

Swimmer’s Itch — Symptoms, Causes, Treatment and Prevention

As the summer months continue to get hotter, more and more of us are finding relief from the heat by taking a refreshing plunge in a pool, lake, or even the ocean. However, if you wind up swimming in either fresh or salt water that is home to a specific parasite, you may develop more than a good workout. You may develop Swimmer’s Itch, a skin rash also called Cercarial Dermatitis.

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