How to Get Rid Of Itchy Skin Rash on Face?

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Itchy skin is the skin problem that impacts many people nowadays. Depending on the duration and severity of the problem, it could be mildly annoying to intensely aggravating every-day activities as well as sleep.

The more you scratch, the more it itches. If you continue scratching, it could even result in break in the skin and then infections. So, if you are wondering how to get rid of itchy skin rash on face naturally, use some ingredients easily available around your home to reduce* the symptoms of your itchy skin when it begins. Check them out now!

How To Get Rid Of Itchy Skin Rash On Face – 8 Natural Ways

1. Baking Soda

Baking Soda for Skin Rash

In regard to tips on how to get rid of itchy skin by using home remedies, baking soda gets a lot of positive feedbacks from people worldwide. In fact, it is a common treatment for different skin infections, containing itchy skin. With its soothing effect, and anti-inflammatory properties, baking soda can act as a natural acid neutralizer that is useful in relieving itching.

You can add 1 cup of baking soda to your bathtub filled with cool water. Before soaking your body into, you should stir it well to distribute the baking soda thoroughly. After 30 minutes of soaking, you pat your skin dry, not rubbing. Do this routine once per day.

If you are having more localized itching, prepare the paste by mixing three tablespoons of baking soda with 1 tablespoon of plain water. Simply apply the paste over your skin, wait for 10 minutes before rinsing if off. Do this once per day.

2. Apple Cider Vinegar

Because apple cider vinegar has anti-fungal, anti-itching, antiseptic and antibacterial properties, it could help you relieve itchiness.

You can add 2-3 cups of apple cider vinegar to tepid baht water. Soak your body into this solution for 15 minutes. Pat dry skin before applying the moisturizer. Do this routine every day.

As an alternative, you could treat* your more localized itching skin areas by applying apple cider vinegar using a cotton ball. Wait for 1 hour and wash it off with tepid water. To get good results in a short period of time, you should do this 1-2 times per day.

3. Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera for Skin Rash

One of the most common but effective home remedies on how to get rid of itchy skin is aloe vera. This plant is very helpful in moisturizing the skin naturally due to its antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and anti-fungal qualities. Furthermore, it includes vitamin E, helping keep your skin soft, moisturized and in turn decreases* itching.
You could extract aloe vera gel from a leaf. Apply the gel over your impacted skin area. Wait for 15 minutes before rinsing it off with tepid water. Follow this routine once per day to get good results soon.

4. Basil

Among natural home remedies for itchy skin, basil, a useful herb easily found in grocery stores, is highly recommended. Due to its high amount of eugenol, the potent essential oil and topical anesthetic, you can use it to battle off itching.

You can add 1 tablespoon of the dried basil leaves to about 2 cups of the boiling water. Then, cover the pan for several minutes. Let the mixture cool down before applying it over your affected skin area by using a cotton ball.

As an alternative, crush several basil leaves well and rub them over your affected skin area directly. Let it dry and wash it off with tepid water. It is recommended to do this as many times as possible to get the fastest relief*.

5. Lemon

Lemon For Skin Rash

Oftentimes, people use lemon to cure* their skin infections long time ago. Because lemon includes citric as well as acetic acids with great anesthetic, anti-irritating, anti-inflammatory, and antiseptic properties, you can use it to treat* your itchy skin.
Take 1-2 fresh lemon to extract the juice. Apply the juice over your itchy skin area by using a cotton ball. You should let it dry on its own before washing it off with tepid water. For the best possible results, you repeat this routine twice per day till your problem disappears.

However, if you have sensitive skin, do not use this method.

6. Thyme

Having significant amounts of thymol, thyme has anti-inflammatory and anesthetic properties, thereby helping numbing the nerve fibers and decrease* the inflammation resulted by excessive scratching.

You can add 1 tablespoon of the dried thyme leaves to about 2 cups of the boiling water. After covering the cup for a few minutes to let it steep, you allow it to cool down. Strain it up and apply it over your itchy skin using a clean cloth. Apply this many times per day to get best results.

7. Peppermint Oil

Peppermint Oil

Peppermint oil along with many other vegetable oil and essential oils is one of the easiest home remedies for itchy skin you can take advantage today due to its soothing and analgesic properties. Especially, this solution is great for those with itchy skin caused by scabies, stress or dermatitis.

You could add a few drops of peppermint oil into a bathtub filled with tepid water. Then, soak in this water for 30 minutes. Pat your skin dry before applying a moisturizer. Do it once per day.

Or, you just need to add 3-4 drops of peppermint oil to 1 tablespoon of carrier oil such as olive, almond, or coconut oil. Then, apply the diluted peppermint oil to your affected skin. Massage the oil gently over your skin. For a quicker improvement, you should do this twice per day.

8. Beeswax

A combination of olive oil, honey, and beeswax could supply significant benefit to those with itchy skin. Just simply combine equal parts of unprocessed, raw honey, olive oil, and beeswax together. Remember to melt the beeswax in the small pan over the low heat with occasional stirring before mixing. Let the mixture cool down a little bit and pour it into the container and store it in your fridge. If possible, add several drops of vitamin E oil into to increase* its shelf life. Use this mixture to apply your impacted skin 1-2 times per day to get a quick relief* from itchiness.

Combine some of these home remedies for itchy skin at the same time to get rid of itchiness fast. And, you will be amazed at how great they could be. Good luck!

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Expert Author : Kim Hill (Consumer Health Digest)

Kim Hill is a veteran writer and editor, having written various articles about health, medical and pharmaceutical issues for professional and consumer audiences for the past decade. Her work has appeared in print and on digital media. She also enjoys writing about beauty and skincare. Currently, she is a contributing editor to Consumer Health Digest.