Tips to Prevent Body Rash
Body rash is an inflammation on the surface of the skin. Due to this, the skin color and texture changes. It is often associated with itching, stinging or a burning sensation. This sudden outbreak of rashes could be due to a new cosmetic cream, allergic food reaction or an irritation. Allergies can be caused by food, plants, animals, insects or any chemicals.
A skin rash will normally be defined as an abnormal appearance or texture to a person’s skin. Many rashes can be characterized by redness to the skin, bumps, blotches, cracks, blisters or swelling to areas of the body and in some cases may be accompanied by an itching sensation.
Try Bag Balm. The rash was gone after 3 days and never came back. It is now sold in the salve section in many stores, so word must have gotten out about this great salve. It is a great salve, with many uses and I always will keep a tin of it handy.
Soak the cotton cloth in calcium water or comfrey. Keep it for some time and then put it on the affected area of the body having rash. This gives soothing effect and also reduces inflammation. This is also one of the best home remedies for body rash.
As a part of skin rashes home remedy treatment, baking powder is applied gently on the rash affected area.
You need to take a proper bowel cleanse. A good bowel cleanse will reduce the toxic loads in your body. And if your bowel cleanse is sulfur rich, which contains loads of compounds, compounds that you could find in cabbages and onions and garlic, it will be extremely cleansing for you.
When working in the heat, monitor the condition of your co-workers and have someone do the same for you. Heat-induced illness can cause a person to become confused or lose consciousness. If you are 65 years of age or older, have a friend or relative call to check on you twice a day during a heat wave. If you know someone in this age group, check on them at least twice a day.
Melt 3 full spoons of potato flour in a glass of water, add to a bucket of water, repeat with more buckets and fill up a tub. Relax in the tub for 15 minutes several times a day.
An oatmeal bath is thought to be effective in treating body rash as it relieves inflammation. Pour a cup of uncooked oatmeal into your bathwater and soak in the tub for best results.
Avoid petroleum-based products, baby oils, and scented talcum powder. Never wash the affected areas with soap of any kind. Avoid detergent washing powders and fabric softeners. Homeopathy Apis, Graphites, Pulsatilla, Rhus tox, and Sulfur may be helpful. Herbal Medicine Marigold tea, calendula ointment, or aloes Vera gel are all helpful. Aromatherapy Add 12 drops of fennel, geranium, or sandalwood to 2fl oz/60ml of carrier oil.
Prevention of abrasions is possible by wearing protective pads and covering any exposed skin with a layer of clothing. Generally, you can predict when you will suffer an abrasion. So it is wise to have the necessary first aid supplies available in the event of an emergency.