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Home Remedies for Rashes

Skin rashes are characterized by red and itchy skin, often accompanied by small bumps or other changes in the skin’s color, appearance or texture. They may occur on any part of the body or be widely distributed on large portions of skin. This minor yet irritating problem is frequently caused by issues like eczema, psoriasis, …


Apply to clean skin and coat, massage and pat dry. Useful to restore skin pH, soothe itchy skin, calm rashes and welts, and has some added benefits for keeping biting flies, fleas and gnats at bay.


Large Intestine 11 can be stimulated any time there is fever or heat in the body. Even rubbed with some peppermint oil, this point can help in lowering the sensation of heat in a person. Other indications are a sore and painful throat and loss of voice. If a person suffers from skin rashes that are red, scaly and dry skin or itchy skin, then this point can be massaged as well. For any kind of disorders of the whole arm, LI 11 can be massaged as well.

from Rubies & Radishes

Soothing Bath Tea Recipe (calms rashes, bug bites, irritations & more

DIY bath tea with loads of natural ingredients to chose from like oats, salt, baking soda, milk, & nourishing herbs. Bath tea blends like these help to soothe itchy skin and rashes from bug bites, chicken pox, diaper rash, contact dermatitis, and other skin irritations.

from Nourishing Joy

Homemade Calamine Lotion

Calamine lotion comes very handy when you are suffering from rashes and itchy skin!

from Kitchen Stewardship | A Baby Steps Approach to Balanced Nutrition

Candida Symptoms: Naturopath vs. M.D. about the Surprise Rash

Do you have a candida rash? My lifetime of perfect health was marred by an awful rash that turned out to be candida symptoms - here's what I did to cure it naturally after seeing an M.D. and a Naturopath.


ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti running the Skin-B experiment on the International Space Station during her Futura mission. Astronauts lose more skin cells and age faster during spaceflight. A common complaint of astronauts is cracking skin and rashes or itchiness.