Rashes

Natural Treatments for Eczema

…inexpensive topical ointment that is billed as a “natural alternative to cortisone.” Florasone, which is helpful for any kind of itchiness or rash, has been demonstrated to reduce symptoms of eczema. To keep the skin moisturized and to stimulate healing, I suggest using emu oil or aloe vera. Vitamin…

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7 Baking Soda Health Benefits

…and irritation in patients with psoriasis. And a paste made of baking soda mixed with a little water and dabbed on sunburn, insect bites, allergic rashes, and skin exposed to poison oak/ivy reduces discomfort. That same paste also makes a nice, gentle exfoliant. Health Benefit of Baking Soda #5: Natural…

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Treating Shingles Naturally

…with numbness, tingling or itching on one side of the head or body along the nerve lines and eventually progresses into a blistering, oozing, painful rash. Many folks are also plagued with postherpetic neuralgia (PHN)—unrelenting nerve pain that can linger for years after an initial shingles attack.…

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The Many Health Benefits of Coconut Oil

…uses. In fact, this oil has a plethora of practical applications. It’s a great moisturizer, not only for dry skin but also for rashes, cold sores, hemorrhoids, diaper rash, psoriasis, fungal infections, and eczema. I’m not saying it will cure these skin problems, but organic extra-virgin coconut oil…

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