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Itchy Skin Rash? Top 7 Natural Remedies To Cure Your Itch

 Itchy Skin Rash? Top 7 Natural Remedies To Cure Your Itch

Do you want to get rid of your itchy skin rash? Read on.

If you have used mainstream skin care products to solve skin irritations like itchiness and rashes without success, fear not The following list of the Top 7 herbal remedies may help you cure your itch.

Before we jump into the natural remedies for your itchy skin rash it is important to understand what may be the culprit so you can prevent further outbreaks.

As strange as it may seem, the ingredients and chemicals used in most skin care products are far and away the leading cause of skin irritation and rashes. Yes, the very products you use to care for your skin may in fact be the source of your itchy skin rash.

For more information on this very important topic I advise you to cross-check the ingredient labels on your current skin care products with top 160 toxins in skin care listed alphabetically at Natural Skincare Authority.

Top 7 Natural Remedies for An Itchy Skin Rash

1. Witch Hazel: Acts as an astringent that relieves an itchy skin rash as well as more serious skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema. Because of its anti-oxidant properties it is also used for treating sunburn. for maximum benefit, use fresh witch hazel bark. Simmer one ounce of the bark with one pint of water and leave for ten minutes. Strain and cool. Apply with a clean cloth and leave it on for 30 minutes.

2. St Johns Wort: this yellow flower native to Europe has been used for thousands of years, from the Greeks to Native Americans It is well known for it use in treating depression and anxiety, though because of its astringent properties it can also be used to to moisturize and refresh the skin, particularly an itchy skin rash.

3. Aloe Vera: this is gel-like substance from cut Aloe is widely known for treating skin burns and sunburns. Aloe vera also helps in healing wounds and minor skin irritations such as an itchy skin rash. this plant produces anti inflammatory, anti bacterial, and anti fungal properties. It also contains folic acid, zinc, and vitamins C and E. The best way to get the benefits of aloe vera is to use the fresh gel from the plant. At the time of application, slice off a portion of the leaf and directly apply the gel to the affected area.

4. Calendula Essential Oil: Calendula is widely used for reducing inflammation and treating diaper rash. Experts say that Calendula works by stimulating the production of white blood cells that aid in destroying harmful microbes. You can also use the actual herb by mixing it with boiling water, one cup of the boiling water to two teaspoons of the herb. let it simmer for about ten minutes. after the mixture has cooled, apply to the affected area by using a clean cloth.

5. Chamomile Essential Oil: has anti inflammatory (anti-microbial) properties that soothes and eliminates an itchy skin rash and irritations. Chamomile is also used in treating eczema, psoriasis, and sunburn. Please be aware, people who are normally allergic to grass and ragweed may acquire an allergic reaction to chamomile.

6. Jewelweed: Provides relief from poison oak, poison ivy rash, insect bites and bee stings. To use, crush the fresh leaves into a ball and rub over the rash as quickly as possible

7. Wild Pansy: this is a European wild flower that soothes and relieves itching and skin irritations associated with eczema. this is also used for soothing acne problems.

For a natural product alternative to the highly toxic mainstream skin care products click this list can also serve as an ingredient check-list to evaluate potential products.

Itchy Skin Rash? Top 7 Natural Remedies To Cure Your Itch

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