The rash is an inflammation of the skin. It can happen due to a variety of disorders ranging in severity from mild to serious. Eruptions can affect a small area of skin or the whole body and may occur at any age and in any population.
Wheat bran. Mix a generous amount of wheat bran with cold or lukewarm water. With the obtained mixture wash the affected skin areas 2-3 times a day.
Baking soda. Wash the affected areas with baking soda and water, then dry thoroughly with a soft towel.
Mineral water. Applying a few drops of mineral water can soften skin burns, irritation and redness. The minerals contained in the water are anti-inflammatory and reduce the feeling that you have after a laser intervention.
Tomatoes. Vitamins A and C contained in tomatoes maintain the health of the skin. Tomato juice is a natural astringent and has acid properties that removes excess sebum. Tomatoes also contain antioxidants that fight redness, acne and free radicals. So, apply a few slices of tomato on the face, let them action for several minutes, then rinse with water.
Olive oil. Eczema and psoriasis can be treated with olive oil. Christopher Dannaker a dermatologist at the University of California says that unlike commercial products, olive oil soothes and moisturizes the skin.
Strawberries. Mix 2 mashed strawberries and 1 teaspoon of sour cream. Apply this paste on the affected skin and leave it on for 10 minutes then rinse with warm water. Use this remedy at least 2 times a week.
Chamomile tea. Place on the affected skin a towel soaked in cold chamomile tea. Leave it there for 15 minutes. Alternatively, you can apply cold chamomile tea bags on the rush.