Natural Treatment for Rash Discomfort
10 Simple Tips
Whether you seek a natural treatment for rash breakouts or prescription creams - there are a few things you can do reduce discomfort
like itching and even damage or worse – infection.
At a minimum:
- Stop scratching, as this could spread the rash and cause scarring.
- Keep finger nails short and clean.
- During the treatment period avoid harsh detergents and products with fragrances. Try a gentle homemade rash treatment or soothing mask. You can apply it lightly to the affected area to help calm
irritation. Click here to visit the homemade recipes page…
- Do not wear wool or other itchy rough clothing.
- When bathing, use pH balanced cleanser to reduce over drying. You
can find pH balanced soaps and cleansers at your local drugstore. Rash or no rash - you should always use a pH balanced cleanser.
- Boost the immune system and its ability of fight off allergens
that cause common types of rashes. Consider taking over-the-counter
- Consider taking cool baths in the morning and at night before
going to bed - this might help to help calm the area. Also, apply a cool
compress treatment (a wash cloth soaked in ice water) several times a day. This feels
wonderful and really helps stop the rash itch.
- If possible, try to keep the affected area uncovered --
especially in the warm summer months, as clothing can agitated the area and
keep it too moist which can breed more bacteria.
the counter rash treatment creams like Calamine® or a 1% cortisone cream can be found at your local drug store
and may provide temporary rash relief.
Lastly, consider trying the Itch Dr. Homeopathic Cream. If you decide to
try it, please write back and let us know how it worked for you.
Remember, you shouldn't diagnose yourself
by just looking at pictures of rashes - especially if you are experiencing
other symptoms like fever or headaches. When doubt have your physician check it
Prevention and treatment for rash of all kinds is important to
reduce the risk of inflammation and infection. Make sure to see a doctor if
symptoms get worse.
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