There’s no match for the roaring Pakistani heat – it sweeps over the land like a dragon. If the humidity in Karachi weren’t enough, the scorching heat beats down on everyone: it’s inescapable. That’s the trade off with summer. As much as you want to be outdoors and enjoy it, the sun doesn’t exactly make that easy. The intense sun can make your hair dry and frizzy, and for the rest of us, cause severe sun burn. Sun burn is when prolonged exposure to sun rays lead to itchy, excessively dry, sore, red, or peeling skin. For so many of us, this is a recurring reality. It’s painful, uncomfortable, and if we’re honest, not the most attractive sight in the world.
Sunscreen only goes so far as well. It’s great as a preventative measure, but what do we do after the disaster has already struck? We need your help before peak summertime hits! Do you prescribe some kind of healing totka? Or is there a preventative product that works better than any store bought sunscreen? We’re open to all your expert suggestions. Sound off in the comments below!