TOP 5 REMEDIES TO CURE SKIN IRRITATION

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How can skin irritation be cured with natural remedies?

 

Summers is sometimes an issue for the skin, as it causes bad skin rash or allergy and it can make the skin look red and itchy will small bumps or other changes in the skin color, appearance, and texture.

Moreover, skin irritation leads to problems like :

Irritation from shampoos, cosmetics, soaps or detergents can also lead to rashes.

Skin irritation usually triggers from fungal, bacterial or viral infection.

When something gets in contact with your skin and your immune system presume it is under attack. Moreover, it overreacts and tends to send different antibodies which fight the germs.

 

Check the BELOW remedies!

BAKING SODA :

Baking soda is great for drying skin rashes and relieves itches and inflammation.

Method:

  • All you need to do is add one part baking soda to three parts water and apply on the affected area every day.

 

OLIVE OIL :

Olive oil soothes the skin and allergies well. Moreover, it removes dark spots and patches click here to know more.

Method :

  • Rubbing extra-virgin olive oil or a combination of olive oil and honey on your rash a few times daily will soothe rashes and relieve itching.

 

APPLE CIDER VINEGAR :

Apple cider vinegar is great to treat skin rashes and pitching well.

Method :

  • Place a cotton ball dipped in apple cider vinegar over the affected area every day for 3-4 days.

 

COLD COMPRESS :

Cold compress is great in treating skin rashes and helps to ease the swelling.

Method :

  • Apply a cold compress on the affected area.
  • Let it stay for 20 minutes.
  • Rinse with lukewarm water.

 

ALOE VERA:

Aloe Vera helps to reduce inflammation, skin rashes and irritation.

Method:

  • Apply Aloe Vera gel on the affected area.
  • Let it stay for 20 minutes.
  • Rinse with lukewarm water.

 

 

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Maham Syed

Maham is a Nutritionist and Cosmetologist, since she was 18, She keenly focused on being healthy and Studying Nutrition and cosmetology. A healthy lifestyle has always been my aim goal, whether it's eating healthy, using the right products for my skin and hair.

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