These 7 Home Remedies Will Ensure Your Rashes Make a Hasty Retreat.

These 7 Home Remedies Will Ensure Your Rashes Make a Hasty Retreat.

While going to the doctor to get skin rashes treated is always a good option, there is a high likelihood that the medicines the doctor prescribes are very potent, which can result in side effects, drowsiness and the like. Keeping your body chemical-free, as far as possible, is a healthy practice. Also, if you suffer an outbreak in the wee hours of the night, you can use home remedies to keep the rash under control till you can visit the doctor.

Skin rashes are the most common skin problems people face. And the reasons may be many, right from eczema, psoriasis and allergies to insect bites, acne and skin contact with soaps, detergents, shampoos, cosmetics and cloth materials that don’t suit your skin. While persistent rashes might require a doctor’s intervention, an occasional outbreak can be brought under control using these 7 skin care home remedies.


In a bowl, mix Bentonite clay with water and keep mixing until it forms a thick, creamy paste, like peanut butter. Now, apply the clay paste onto the rash infected areas and let it dry. When it has dried, simply wash or peel it off.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is a great anti-fungal and anti-bacterial agent, which really helps relieve itching from dry skin. Simply pour a few drops of the vinegar onto a cotton ball and dab it onto the affected area. For best results, use organic apple cider vinegar.


Anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anti-irritant, antiviral, antifungal and antibacterial, there’s very few skin rashes neem can’t cure or control. To use this wonder plant, simmer some neem leaves in water for 20 minutes. Then strain the solution and allow it to cool before soaking a cotton ball in it. Use the cotton ball to dab affected areas.


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Aloe Vera

Aloe is a magical plant when it comes to skincare. Ideally, use fresh aloe by breaking off a leaf from the plant. Now, slice it open from top to bottom (lengthwise) with a sharp knife, scoop out that miracle gooey gel from inside and rub it directly onto the rash.


Oatmeal contains compounds which reduce inflammation in record time. Make an oatmeal poultice by adding some water to a bowl of organic, uncooked oatmeal. Allow it to sit for a few minutes until you notice the formation of a thick-ish paste. Simply apply that paste to the itchy areas.

Cold Compress

A cold compress really helps ease itching, swelling and inflammation, and can be particularly useful if a rash starts to morph into blisters. To make a cold compress, simply soak a clean (this is especially important!) washcloth in ice-cold water and dab it on the rash for about 10 minutes.


Chamomile has anti-irritant, anti-inflammatory and anti-viral properties, which makes it the perfect enemy to skin rashes. Begin by soaking a clean washcloth in chamomile tea. Now, place it on the affected area as a compress and let it stay on for 15 minutes.

So, say goodbye to skin rashes and say hello to flawless, blemish-free skin!

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suggest some tips for relieving itching. I suffer from psoriaisis andit itches like crazy

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