5 Home Remedies For Skin Rashes

Home Remedies For Skin Rashes

[toc]Skin Rashes often called as skin lesions, rubor and erythema is an inflammation of the skin. A skin rash can be localized or widespread. It is the result of some allergic reaction either from skin contact or via food. The other factors are hot weather, certain medications, sensitive skin and prior skin irritation.

Some self care measures can be taken for skin rashes, but if irritation persists after two days also then probably it may lead to infection, better consult doctor for the same. Keeping skin dry, proper clothing can be helpful in preventing skin rashes.  Here are some of the home remedies which can prove beneficial in the treatment of skin rashes.


5 Best Home Remedies For Skin Rashes

Carrot, Lemon, Cucumber, Tomato, And Beetroot, Grapes Juice

Carrot Juice For Skin Rashes


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Intake of carrot, tomato juice provides your body with Vitamin A and Vitamin C. While Vitamin A is a natural antioxidant helping to heal faster, Vitamin C helps in collagen production, thus improving skin elasticity. Lemon and Organic Cucumber juice are rich in vitamin C.

Beetroot juice is rich in Vitamin A, B, & C while Grape Juice is rich in Vitamin A & C. You can take any one of the juice or a combination of any, which will keep you hydrated, at the same time will provide you with required vitamins. If cold catches on you frequently then don’t opt for citrus fruits and people with history of diabetics should consume less amount of carrot juice as it contains lots of natural sugar.


Lime & Ginger Juice With Honey

Ginger Juice Reduce Skin Rashes

This combo tastes yummy, is rehydrating and has got all the properties of preventing or healing skin rashes. The anti-inflammatory properties prove beneficial in alleviating inflammation. Antioxidant properties boost the immune system thus making healing faster.

The anti histamine properties of ginger proves beneficial in relieving continuous itching. The antifungal and antibacterial properties prove beneficial in preventing and curing infections. However, ginger is not recommended to young children and Honey should not be given to children below the age of 1 due to risk of infant boutalism, a rare but severe form of food poisoning.


Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe Vera Gel Reduce Skin Rashes

Application of aloe vera gel proves beneficial in treating skin rashes. The anti inflammatory properties alleviate inflammation. Anti oxidant properties boosts the immune system thus making heal faster.

The antifungal and antibacterial properties prove beneficial in preventing and curing infections. The moisturizing properties give relief from continuous itching and make the skin soft. However, if you are allergic to garlic, onion or other types of plants in the alliaceae family, then please don’t apply Aloe Vera Gel.


Turmeric And Coconut Oil

Turmeric And Coconut Oil For Skin Rashes

A paste of turmeric and coconut oil on the affected area will relieve you from skin rashes. While turmeric has got anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antiallergic, analgesic, antihistamine properties, coconut oil acts as a good moisturizer. The anti inflammatory properties alleviate inflammation.

Anti oxidant properties boosts the immune system thus making heal faster. The antifungal and antibacterial properties prove beneficial in preventing and curing infections. The moisturizing properties give relief from continuous itching and make the skin soft and also help the product to slip deep into the skin.


Holy Basil

Holy Basil For Skin Rashes

You can intake holy basil juice as well applies it on the affected area. It has got all the properties required for treating skin rashes. The anti inflammatory properties alleviate inflammation. Anti oxidant properties boosts the immune system thus making heal faster.

The antifungal and antibacterial properties prove beneficial in preventing and curing infections. However, holy basil also is reported to have an antifertility effect and should be avoided if a woman is trying to get pregnant and combination of basil and milk should also be avoided.


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