Got a skin rash yeast infection? I bet you probably thought that these infections were limited to women’s nether regions, didn’t you? No worries, most people think that. Before looking for a treatment you need to figure out if your rash is indeed the result of a yeast infection.
Rashes can be really irritating and would not allow you to perform your works properly therefore it is really necessary to cure it at the earliest. Let us discuss some of the homemade and very efficient remedies for rashes. One of the best remedies to be relieved from the rashes is to apply olive oil gently in a slow and circular manner.
1. Emu Oil has been used by the Australians for thousands of years for burns, cuts, and rashes. Its transdermal properties allow it to penetrate into the dermal and subcutaneous layers of the skin “carrying” other active ingredients to help soothe and heal skin.
2. Natural remedies are often the very best at healing the skin instead of using lots of different medication including prescribed creams. This remedies won’t cure shingles (you definitely need to go to your doctor if you suspect you have shingles) but will soothe the rash and provide temporarary pain relief and should help heal the rash quicker than using nothing at all.
3. Some dermatologists also recommend a follow up of the overnight cream a week later. You will receive instructions about washing your linen, bed sheets and clothing worn within last week in very hot water and in a hot dryer. Staying calm is important as well as taking antihistamines so you can get a good night’s sleep. Everyone in the family should use the cream at same time.
4. Homeopathy Apis, Graphites, Pulsatilla, Rhus tox., and Sulfur may be helpful. Herbal Medicine Marigold tea, calendula ointment, or aloe vera gel are all helpful. Aromatherapy Add 12 drops of fennel, geranium, or sandalwood to 2fl oz/60ml of carrier oil.
5. Bathing in warm water is one of the better treatment options. Be sure that the water is not too hot, because this will irate the affected area. It’s best to use unscented soap. Afterwards pat the skin dry and apply moisturizer to the affected area. This will keep your skin hydrated.
6. Natural treatments will feed the body and make it healthier as it heals. The body will be treated from the inside to relieve the problems on the outside. The skins natural balance will be restored and the digestion will improve.
7. OATMEAL makes an effective itch-relieving scrub. Simply pour one cup of oatmeal into a cotton sock and secure with a rubber band to make a sponge. Then, use the sponge in a warm bath to clean and soothe the skin.
8. Make sure you wash your hands thoroughly whenever you do touch the rash to avoid spreading it to other parts of the body or even another person. Keeping the area cool and dry will be easier if you avoid tight, synthetic fabrics and opt instead for loose, natural fibers like cotton that are breathable.