Come summers, comes tan and sunburn. Just because the weather is too hot to bear, we can’t stay put inside the confines of our four walls. Be it field work or travel, our skin is exposed to harsh sunlight most of the times that leaves behind an unwelcome sunburn. Are you tired of trying out various store-bought creams and lotions to heal the burn or rashes left by the harmful UVA-UVB rays? Whether you have or not tried many products, it is time you switch to a wholesome homemade spray which provides relief from sunburn without any adverse effects.
Yes, why worsen the skin condition by slathering more of chemicals on the already suffering delicate skin? Here is a tried and tested method that will not only relieve the rashes and pain but also hydrate your skin deeply. It has soothing properties which calm irritated skin. It also leaves your skin nourished and softer. The best part is the therapeutic after-effects of this DIY beauty recipe that gives you a healthy radiant skin. Not to forget, you’re going to love the alluring fragrance of the essential oils which uplift gloomy mood with its invigorating aroma. What else one could ask for? Without wasting further time, let me unleash the recipe before you:
- Witch Hazel Hydrosol- ½ cup
- Lavender Essential Oil- 15 drops
- Prepared Chamomile Tea- ¼ cup
- Aloe Vera Gel- ½ Cup
- Peppermint Essential Oil- 2 drops
Step 3: Funnel the mixture into a neat spray bottle and shake thoroughly to combine the ingredients properly.
If the ingredients tend to separate at some point, shake the bottle well before using the spray. Usually, the essential oils infused DIY recipes should be stored in a glass bottle if they have citrus content. However, this one contains non-citrus oils, it can be safe to store in a plastic spray bottle. Keep the spray bottle in a cool, dark and dry place to increase its shelf-life. When you take proper care of its storage, it should be able to last for up to 6 months approximately. Simply spray some on the sunburnt skin to get relief in a short span of time.