At some point in our lives, we all suffered from rashes.
Not only do they cause discomfort and pain but they also bring you a great deal of pain.
Although a few rashes may go away on their own, others can take some time.
Skin rashes may also be a cause for a more severe underlying skin disorder.
1. Tea Tree Oil
- Tea Tree Essential Oil
- 100% pure sweet almond oil or jojoba oil
- Add 12-15 drops of tea tree essential oil to 30 mL of any carrier oil of your choice like almond or jojoba are great options.
- Apply this oil mixture to the affected areas, and leave it on, you can also do this after taking bath so that it gets absorbed better.
- Do this at least once daily, for best results.
Tea tree oil has anti-inflammatory properties which help to reduce the inflammation and redness associated with eruptions.
It is also antiseptic and antimicrobial, helping prevent further infections.
Tea tree oil’s anti-inflammatory effects make it effective in relieving itchy skin discomforts.
It soothes the skin and can also help cure itchy skin infections.
You can also add a few drops of tea tree essential oil in your bath water and take a bath this will also help to reduce rashes.
2. Neem Oil
- Take a few drops of neem oil on your palm and apply directly to the rashes on your body and face.
We recommend leaving it on overnight but if you want you can keep it fo 30 minutes and then wash it off.
- You should do this daily until your rashes are completely healed.
Neem oil has anti-inflammatory, and disinfectant, activities to treat skin rashes and their symptoms such as inflammation and redness.
Neem also contains nimbidine, Nimbin, and quercetin three potent anti-inflammatory compounds that can soothe the skin and reduce the redness and irritation caused by eczema.
This makes neem oil a perfect option to have if you have eczema.
Neem is extremely anti-bacterial, which is one of the reasons it has been used in Vedic medicine so widely.
It’s a wonderful ally in the battle against acne because of these antibacterial properties.
When you have bacteria-induced acne, adding a thin layer of neem oil to the skin will help destroy the bacteria that could get into your pores and cause blemishes.
The oil can keep the skin moisturized as an added bonus, and will cure acne by stopping dry skin flakes from clogging the pores.
3. Soothing Mask
- Take a fresh aloe vera leaf and scrape a little fresh aloe gel from the aloe leaf.
- In a bowl take about 2 tablespoons of fresh aloe vera gel and 2 tablespoons of manuka honey, you can also use raw honey.
- Apply this directly to the affected areas on your face and skin.
- Leave it on for at least 30 minutes before washing off with some lukewarm water.
Manuka honey is very famous for its strong anti-inflammatory and healing powers and helps to minimize inflammation and swelling.
Because of its medicinal and anti-inflammatory properties, aloe vera gel is widely recommended for skin rashes.
This gel is also antimicrobial which helps to prevent the infection from recurring.