Again, there are some common skin irritations that are caused due to allergic reactions to certain foods, chemical pollutants, cosmetics, detergents, perfumes, plants and a lot more things. Parasites like lice and mice also cause skin eruptions and rashes. Insect bites also cause rashes. Rashes are also caused due to diseases like measles, chicken pox, shingles, hand and foot diseases, etc. as also after bacterial, fungal and viral infections. One may also have skin rash from excessive exposure to heat and sun.
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.
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.
Creams, lotions and antibiotic courses are some essential treatment options, which can effectively eliminate conditions of acute skin rashes. Nowadays, you also have skin rash vaccines that uproot the very causes of rashes. Basic knowledge of medicines, tips from the doctor and a handy first aid kit are some essential resources, which will prevent a mild skin rash from becoming a real menace.
Give Fido a bath. The rash caused by poison ivy can spread if there are oils from the plant on your pet’s fur, or even on other items around the yard such as gardening tools. “Oil can stay on these types of surfaces for up to 5 years,” says Hammer. She recommends thoroughly washing both pets and other items that may have come into contact with poison ivy to remove the oils.
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.
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.
Wash the area. “If you come into contact with poison ivy, the best advice is to wash your skin as quickly as possible with soap and cold, running water,” says Hammer. Do this within minutes of coming into contact with the plant to prevent the oil from absorbing into the skin. Also, avoid vigorously scrubbing the area or using hot water since these may further open pores or cause more irritation to the skin.