With the scorching summer heat, sunburn, rashes and skin allergies are quite common. Too much exposure to the sun, can cause skin problems like skin peeling, redness, blisters, spots, fluid loss, itching or pain. And you never know when these symptoms can get even worse. Wondering how to keep your skin hydrated and get rid of such allergic reactions? Don’t worry, check out some amazing tips that you can follow while at home. Apple Cider Drink one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar mixed with a glass of water or mix one cup to your bath. It helps maintain the pH of your body and heals sunburns. Aloe Vera Take small pieces of aloe vera and rub it on your skin or moisturise with lotions that contain aloe vera for a soothing effect on your skin. Aloe vera is also known for its anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. Tea Bags Soak some tea bags in cold water and apply it your eyelashes and under your eyes to heal the burns, rashes and pain. Used tea bags can also do the trick. Coconut Oil Massage coconut oil gently onto your skin. It not only heals the burns, but also tightens the skin to prevent wrinkles and other damage. Coconut oil is also said to be rich in special fats that boost metabolism. Cucumber With natural antioxidant and analgesic properties, apply cucumber paste or pieces of cool cucumbers on your skin to heal rashes and skin burns. It works well under eyes too. Full of fibre, cucumbers are high on hydrating properties.