Natural Remedies For Rashes
Rashes, blisters, and other skin irritations, can be relieved by natural remedies such as tea compresses and oatmeal baths.
Skin irritations, such as rashes, blisters, and inflammations can be caused by various irritants like dust, fungi, bacteria, viruses, ultraviolet rays, and harsh chemicals.
Toxin buildup in the blood can also cause outbreaks in the skin in the body’s effort to get rid of the harmful elements. The common results are redness, itching, blisters, and pustules.
To prevent skin rashes, avoid using toiletries with irritating chemicals and fragrances. Maintain a good diet rich in vitamins and minerals. And when rashes do manage to break, there are a number of effective natural remedies that can help. Always check with your healthcare provider.
Chamomile is one of the most effective natural remedies for healing wounds and inflammation. Use a chamomile tea compress on skin outbreaks to reduce the swelling and promote healing. You can also add 2 drops of chamomile oil in half a cup of rose water and dab the mixture on skin inflammations.
Oak-bark, with its high level of astringent tannins, is also anti-inflammatory. Soak a compress in oak-bark tea and apply the compress to skin irritations.
An effective tea-compress for serious skin problems like eczema is one made with a teaspoon each of malva flowers and whole yarrow in a cup of boiling water. Yarrow helps relieve pain and inflammation, while malva promotes healing.
Acting much like malva, wheat-grass juice also helps heal skin irritations by forming a protective layer against bacteria and accelerating the formation of new skin. Soak a compress in wheat-grass juice and apply it directly to the affected area.
One of the most popular natural remedies for itchiness and irritation due to eczema is an oatmeal bath. Soak a pound of oatmeal wrapped in fine netting in warm bath water. You can use the oatmeal pack as a healing sponge while you soak in the bath. Oatmeal bath solutions are also sold commercially.