Skin Conditions

Natural Remedies For Skin Rashes

In this post you will discover 27 natural remedies for skin rashes..

It is common throughout life to develop a rash at some point or another as a result of something that does not agree with our body. The rash may appear red or bumpy on irritated skin. And it may also begin to feel itchy too. A lot of the time rashes are not serious. However, they can also become serious. If it is a mild rash where it is not so serious, you can treat it from home with natural home remedies for skin rashes. So, if it isn’t so serious, it is worth considering the use of a natural home remedy instead of paying a visit to a doctor straight away.

Some common causes of a skin rash:

  • Allergies.
  • Bacterial Infections.
  • Viral Infections, such as Measles, Rubella or Chickenpox.
  • Scabies.
  • Insect Bites
  • Some Medications

Common symptoms 

  • Redness
  • Dryness
  • Itching
  • Inflamed Skin
  • Small bumps or blisters on the skin
  • Burning sensation
  • Red rings
  • Fever

27 Natural remedies for skin rashes

1. Olive Oil

To get relief from itching caused by a skin rash, you can apply Olive Oil.

2. Witch Hazel

For treating infections of the skin such as; Rashes, Eczema and Psoriasis: Witch Hazel is a sterling astringent that works particularly well. To use it, just soak a cotton pad in your witch hazel and cover your rash. You can also try boiling some bark of Witch Hazel in a small amount of water, soak a clean cloth in it and cover the affected area. Then just hold it over the area for around 30 minutes and rinse with water.

3. Aloe Vera

Due to it’s anti-fungal, anti inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties: Aloe Vera is one of the best natural remedies for skin rashes. It can also be used to treat many other types of skin problems too. It’s so easy to use. To get relief from a rash quickly, simply apply some fresh Aloe Vera Gel to any part of the body including the face.

4. Vitamin E

Simply squeeze some Vitamin E oil from a capsule and apply the oil to your rash.

5. Calendula Essential Oil

The oil of Calendula helps to remove harmful bacteria that causes a skin rash. To use: simply apply 2 drops of the essential oil to some hot water and leave for 10 minutes. Once it’s cool, apply to the rash.

6. Chamomile Tea

Boil some water to make a brew of Chamomile Tea. Once it has cooled slightly apply it to your rash for relief from itching and irritations. If you prefer, you can use a chamomile essential oil on your rash.

7. Sodium Bicarbonate. (Baking Soda)

To use Baking Soda to treat a rash: apply Baking Soda to the area that’s affected and apply gentle pressure to the skin.

8. Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) has many uses, and one of those uses is for treating rashes. To use: simply mix a tablespoon of ACV with a spoonful of honey and take it 3 times a day.

9. An Ice Pack

To relieve some symptoms of a rash, you can simply apply an ice pack. This is used best for face rashes.

10. Cod Liver Oil

Cod Liver Oil can be used to treat rashes. Simply combine the oil with some Vitamin E oil and apply to your skin rash.

11. Oatmeal

For this remedy, you will need to mix a cup of raw oats in a large container filled with water. Then add to a bath and bathe in it. For quick relief, you can also apply oil oats directly to your rash.

12. Holy Basil Leaves. 

For immediate relief of your skin rash, apply this mixture: Grind some Holy Basil Leaves mixed with a tablespoon of Olive Oil, a pinch of salt and pepper and 2 cloves of Garlic.

13. Poppy Seeds

Crush a tablespoon of Poppy Seeds and mix with a teaspoon of Lemon Juice and a tablespoon of Water. Apply the mixture to your rash. This is one of the best natural remedies for skin rashes.

14. Beer

Who would have thought beer would be good for anything other than getting drunk? For this one mix some beer with some Olive Oil and gently massage your rash for 2-3 minutes. Then leave for approx 20 minutes and wash with cold water.

15. Almond Leaves

Get some Almond leaves and crush them up. Then apply them to the affected area to get rid of a rash.

16. Chaparral Root

This is another useful herb. Use this herb to relieve symptoms of your skin rash.

17. Dandelion Root

To use Dandelion root for a rash: simply make a tea with it and let it cool down. Then apply to your rash for the relief of itching.

18. Echinacea

Echicacea is another of mother natures healing potions. Echinacea can also be used to treat rashes.

19. Garlic and Vinegar

To use Garlic: crush a couple of fresh cloves of Garlic and mix them in approx. 0.5 cup filled with White Vinegar. Then apply the mixture to the area where the rash is and leave around 10 minutes. Rinse the mixture off with warm water.

20. Comfrey

to relieve your irritation and itching that’s caused by a rash: simply apply some Comfrey mixed with water. Apply by using a cloth that’s clean to the area that’s affected.

21. Goldenseal

Goldenseal has many uses from hay fever to fighting cancer. But it can also be used to get rid of a rash. To get rid of a rash take 500 milligrams 3 times a day with your meals.

22. Tomato Paste

Get some tomatoes and pulp to puree. Mix your puree with 1/8 a cup of lemon juice and add some cayenne pepper. Apply your paste to the affected area and leave for approx 20 minutes. Wash off with some warm water

23. Lime Juice

This is a really easy remedy to use: simply soak a ball of cotton in some Lemon Juice and apply it to the rash. Leave it for approx 10 minutes and rinse off with some warm water,

24. Papaya Juice

If you want to treat your rash with Papaya Juice: simply cover the rash with it and leave for approx 10 minutes. If you prefer, Mango juice can be used just as well using the same method.

25. Cinnamon

This is one of the best remedies for the treatment of facial rashes. To use simply mix: a tsp cinnamon powder and mix with a tsp of Lemon Juice. Apply the mixture to your rash and keep it there for approx 15 minutes. Next rinse off with some warm water.

26. Egg And Cornflour

First whisk 3 whites of eggs, add a little corn flour and mix to make a paste. Apply the paste to your rash and leave on for approx. 30 minutes. Rinse of with warm water

27. Nutmeg

Get a small amount of Nutmeg powder and mix it in with some warm milk. Apply the mixture to your rash and let it sit for approx. 30 minutes. Rinse with some warm water. This is another one of the great natural remedies for skin rashes.

Homeopathic Remedies For Skin Rashes

1. Sulfur

When rashes are like blisters filled with fluid and if you have a rash that’s itchy and it also feels like it’s burning Sulfur can work can work really well

2. Honey.

Honey is great for everything and rashes are no exception. Use honey if your rash is itchy with a burning sensation and redness and swelling. Honey can be taken to help treat a rash that’s caused from hives.

3. Belladonna

Belladonna is a herb native to Europe, Western Asia and North Africa. It has properties that can be used to treat rashes when they are accompanied by a fever.

4. Oriental Anacardium

Use this as a remedy to treat a rash that’s cause by exposure to Poison Ivy plants. This can help when there’s itching, swelling and blisters filled with fluid.

There are other homeopathic remedies to treat skin rashes which include:

  • Urtica urens
  • Ledum Palustre.
  • Natrum mur,
  • Bryonia
  • Sepia

Measures for preventing rashes on the skin:

  • Make sure to take vitamin C regularly as it helps to prevent from getting various types of infections of the skin.
  • avoid contact with substances or plants that you may be allergic to.
  • Exposure to the sun can cause skin rashes, so be sure to apply a sunscreen whilst out in the sun.
  • Don’t use soaps that are chemical based.
  • Make sure you can identify plants that can cause reactions to the body, like Poison Oak or Poison Ivy for example.
  • Apply a choice cream to the body to keep your skin moist.
  • To prevent rash spreading, hesitate rubbing it.

I hope you have found this post on natural remedies for skin rashes useful..

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