Information on Skin Rash
Notes, Nutrients, Herbs/Supplements, and Advice
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Skin rashes may appear for a number of reasons and vary in size, shape, intensity, and color. Rashes may come from allergies, sensitivity to temperature, insect bites, plant reactions, and a host of other factors. Each time a rash occurs, it is wise to observe it carefully to see how it progresses. If it is a persistent rash, it may be wise to see a doctor to see if there may be a more serious health condition present.
Helpful nutrients for this condition.
- Children's skin rashes are usually caused by food allergies.
- Hydrocortisone cream is most commonly used for minor irritations and a prescription can be prescribed for more serious rashes.
- If your rash is reoccurring you need to have an allergy test.
- Rocky Mountain spotted fever, meningococcal disease, staphylococcal toxic shock syndrome, and streptococcal toxic shock syndrome are the 4 serious disease where a skin rash is the early warning sign.
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Helpful herbs and supplements for this condition.
Ginkgo Biloba, aloe vera gel, green tea extract
Antioxidant properties and help in healing.
Chamomile, Elder Flower, tea tree oil and calendula
Use as a wash.
Use a war compress.
Relieves itching and inflammation.
add to bath.
- Do not take bathes take showers that are luke warm and never use the same rag or sponge to wash with due to bacteria and fungi.
- If you have a skin irritants limit your contact with them.
- Make sure to wear loose to the skin clothing and cool clothing like cotton.
- Only use hypoallergenic products. Such as shaving creams, soaps, hair products, cosmetics, laundry detergents, and household products.
- Radiation can cause skin to thin, become lighter or darker, and lose elasticity.
- Some medications will cause a rash if you are out in the sun.
- To ease itching and inflammation take a cool rag and place it over the affected area for 10 minutes.