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Home Remedies for Skin Rashes, Body Rashes



Skin rashes appear on people who have very sensitive skin, and may be the result of an allergic reaction. There are different types of rashes, and they can appear on any part of the body. Basically they change the appearance of a naturally smooth and healthy skin into a skin that can be rough, bumpy, scaly or inflamed. An inflamed skin imparts the reddish color. Rashes can appear as a result of an infection. It could be a symptom of some serious skin disease or could just be the result of an overactive sebaceous gland, causing pimples and acne. Or even a mosquito bite. As they may be a symptom of a skin disease, if it persists even after some home remedy, see your physician to rule out any skin disease.

Since you really do not know what the cause of the disease is, it's best to start a regiment of clearing the blood. When blood has a lot of impurities it can get deposited in the skin and cause skin rash. A good herb is the Neem. The Neem is a tree that has a lot of medicinal properties. In the East it's placed around the patient when they have chicken pox. The Neem leaves can be ground into small, tiny balls and dried in the sun to form pills. The Neem leaves are extremely bitter but they have such wonderful properties of purifying the blood. It's good for most rashes including pimples and acne.

Here are some home remedies that can be applied on the following types of skin rashes.



Dry Rash: The skin may be extremely dry, and as it peels it looks like a dry rash. Dry skin can also be itchy, and scratching it may lead to it becoming inflamed and appear as an inflamed rash. Olive oil is excellent moisturizer. Apply it on to the dry rash every night before going to bed. The olive oil penetrates the skin and moisturizes it.

Pimple Rash: Turmeric is another ingredient that keeps the face clear of skin rash especially rash created by pimples. Turmeric is a natural anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory ingredient. Make a paste of turmeric by adding water to turmeric powder. Apply it to the face, let it dry and then, wash it off with water. You can easily get turmeric in any Indian grocery shop. The only problem with turmeric is that it'll give you a sallow yellow looking skin for a while!

Inflamed Rash: Another anti-inflammatory remedy is Aloe vera. It can reduce the redness. It is also very healing. To use, cut the thick succulent leaf of the Aloe vera plant and slice it into two, lengthways, to expose the inner fleshy part. Slice a piece of the succulent flesh and place it on the inflamed area. You will get instant relief because it is so cool and will cool down your skin.

Mild rash may be the result of dry, inflamed skin or pimples. Both the latter rashes may have been caused by scratching. These rashes can be easily treated with the home remedies mentioned above. However If the home remedies doesn't have any effect, then it may be a more serious condition that needs medical attention.

If rashes are due to some allergy on your part, you'll have to find out the allergen which is causing it by trial and error. If it is food, then observe what happens to your skin after eating a lot of each item. If you break up into skin rashes, then you've to avoid in your diet.





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