Milk. Remedy for sunburn (video)

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The skin is the largest organ of the human body. Its area ranges from 1.5 to 2 square meters. In summer, it requires special protection. We then spend more time outdoors and the skin is exposed to the sun. While the sun's rays have a beneficial effect on the body: they affect the production of vitamin D, strengthen the immune system, have an antidepressant effect, staying in the sun for too long may result in burns.

Sunburn is damage to the skin caused by excessive exposure to sunlight. Ultraviolet UVB radiation plays the greatest role in the development of skin lesions. A tan is the body's defensive reaction to excess ultraviolet radiation. Melanin - the dye responsible for tanning - protects against burns. Fair-skinned people have a lower amount of the dye and are therefore more likely to suffer from sunburn.

Sunbathing without a cream with a UV filter, especially during the strongest hours of radiation, i.e. between 10.00 and 14.00, may end in burns. In the case of 1st degree burns, it ends with red, burning and itchy skin. A painful, red erythema appears a few hours after sunbathing. It disappears after a few days. With second-degree burns, there is swelling and painful blisters filled with serous fluid. In such a situation, it is worth consulting a doctor.

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