1.Aloe Vera – Ice can restrict blood flow to the skin, and further damage tissue. Instead, immediately place the burned area under cool running water, which will help the injury stay in control, and keep it there for at about 20 minutes if possible. Aloe Vera, probably the most well known home remedy for burns, will stop pain and inflammation, reduce swelling, and stimulate skin growth and repair.
2.Tooth Paste -Times when you accidentally touch something hot without a potholder, or get splattered by something that’s boiling, keep a tube of white, minty toothpaste in the kitchen as a home remedy to relieve a minor burn. First, run the scalded area under cold water, then gently pat it dry with a paper towel and cover with a layer of the toothpaste.
3.Black Tea – It contains tannic acid, which draws heat from burns to help make them less painful. (Those same soothing compounds make tea a great home remedy for toothaches and many other conditions.) Treat the burn by placing two or three cool, wet black tea bags on it, using gauze to hold the bags in place.
4.White Vinegar – It can help ease the pain, itching, and inflammation of a burn. It is also an antiseptic and astringent, so it will help keep your burn from becoming infected. it also draws heat from the burn, helping to dull pain naturally. Soak paper towels in diluted vinegar to create a soothing compress or use cotton swabs to gently dab the burn with vinegar.
5.Honey – Not just a sore throat remedy, honey works like a natural antibiotic, which helps to prevent your burn from becoming infected. Once applied topically, it can also kill any existing bacteria or infection lingering on the skin. Moreover honey can cool the burn, relieve pain, and help the skin to heal.
6.Milk – The fat and protein content in milk soothes burns and promotes healing. Soak the burn in milk for 15 minutes for quick relief. Full-fat, whole-milk yogurt can also help cool and hydrate your parched skin.
7.Coconut Oil – An excellent source of skin-healing vitamin E and it also contains the acids that are anti-fungal and anti-bacterial, which helps keep the burn from becoming infected. If a scald has left a nasty mark on your skin, one home remedy suggests adding lemon juice to the coconut oil before massaging it into the mark. The acidic properties of lemon juice will help lighten the scar while the coconut oil helps it heal.
8.Lavender Oil – Mix 1 teaspoon of pure lavender essential oil into about 2 ounces of water in a misting bottle. Shake and mist burned skin lightly as often as needed. Tea tree oil and witch hazel are also effective remedies for a minor burn.