Rashes can be maddeninly itchy, no matter what the cause.
Doctors are likely to prescribe creams, lotions, or antihistamine for relief. They may also suggest cold compresses or other home remedies.
We all know not to scratch. That only makes it worse and may cause infection. Here are some relief measure to try, along with information about why they might work.
1) cold compress:
One of the fatest and easiest way to stop the pain and itching of a rash is cold compress, cool shower or damp cloth, cold water can bring immediate relief and can help stop swelling, ease itching, and slow the progression of a rash.
Consider making or purchasing fabric bags sturted with ice.
They freeze well, and they can be heated for other uses.
How to use it
. fill an ice bag or plastic bag with ice or dampen a cloth with cold water.
. place a cloth over your skin (never place ice ice directly on your skin.
. hold on your skin until itching or pain subsides.
. repeat aa needed.
2)aloe vera(fresh) :
The aloe vera plant has been used for centuries as an aid to health and skin care. U may be familiar with its use to promote the healing of small cut in the kitchen.
In additional to wound healing, aloe vera gras been used as an anti_inflammatory, anti_microbial, anti _viral and antioxidant, although it's widely used, much of the evidence for its effectiveness is anecdotal, and moee studies are needed.
How to use it
. the clear gel that comes from the aloe vera leaves can be used to soothe itchy and irritated skin.
. it's best to wash and dry the affected area before using aloe so that you get maximum absorption.
. if you have an aloe plant, you can cut open a leaf scrape out the gel, and apply it directly.
. use aloe twice a day or more.
Have a beautiful and healthy day ahead of you all