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Skin problems can take many forms, but inflammation is a common feature of all symptoms. For example, you may suffer from dermatitis (eczema), get an itchy rash due to contact with certain chemicals, or notice peeling of the scalp. Dermatitis rarely means serious health problems, but any skin changes should be examined by a doctor. However, it is worth trying home remedies that can help with treatment.

Honey

Honey has natural anti-inflammatory properties, so it won’t surprise anyone if it relieves dermatitis. You can combine it with beeswax or olive oil (in equal proportions). The ingredients should be heated so that they blend well, and then, after cooling, spread over irritated skin. You can leave this compress for 2-3 hours and apply it once a day. Honey also has antibacterial and antiseptic properties, so it fights bacteria that could cause a skin infection.

Oatmeal

You can use oatmeal to make a soothing bath, after which your skin will become soft and less irritated. Just pour some cereal into the bath and soak in warm water for about ten minutes. Then gently remove dirt from the skin to avoid additional irritation. An even better solution would be colloidal oatmeal, which settles at the bottom of the bathtub, which makes it ideal for longer baths.

Stress reduction

It has been proven that stress and skin diseases are related to each other. Perhaps this combination does not occur in your situation, but for sure, try relaxing exercises to lower the level of cortisol – the stress hormone – in the body. If you are not sure that stress affects your skin condition, try to observe when skin changes occur and whether they are related to stressful situations.

Coconut oil

Like apple cider vinegar, coconut oil is a natural cure for everything! With skin inflammation, the antibacterial properties of coconut oil reduce infection. In addition, the oil moisturizes the skin, which prevents it from drying out. It is best to apply oil (solid) before use so that it is better absorbed.

Eliminate Artificial Products

If you suffer from dermatitis, you should throw away all flavored products from your office – even if you do not have a rash. Companies are not required to list the ingredients that add flavor to their products. Many of these ingredients can cause irritation. Instead, look for odorless foods, including shower gels and lotions, and it’s best to cook your own foods at home.

Aloe

If you still do not know, aloe is one of the best sedatives. You can buy it in a store or grow your own plant and make a gel out of it. Aloe will restore the skin’s natural pH and quickly relieve burning and itching. Use it every day to slowly get rid of inflammation. It also has excellent moisturizing properties and also cures infections.

Cool compresses

The simplest home remedy for skin irritation will be cold, that is, wet compresses applied to the skin. You can use fabric, but make sure the material is soft and does not irritate the skin. However, be careful if you suffer from Rhine symptoms (a condition that is characterized by paroxysmal ischemia of the fingers and toes due to low temperature).

Ointment with zinc oxide and lime water

Although your skin may turn pink after use, an ointment containing zinc oxide and lime water will perfectly soothe the itching of the skin. It can be applied to the skin 2-3 times a day.

Additives

There are theories that some supplements can have a positive effect on skin inflammation. For example, a group of Italian researchers showed that children with topic dermatitis after a monthly intake of evening primrose oil (full of fatty acids) improve their skin. Some dermatologists and natural medicine practitioners believe in the effectiveness of vitamin E, zinc and vitamin A, so you can also consider taking them.

Chamomile

Chamomile may not be a good way for everything, so you should first apply it in a minimal amount and observe the skin condition for the next 24 hours from allergic reactions. If your skin tolerates chamomile, this will be a great way to relieve inflammation and, above all, itching. Brew a chamomile, cool, then dip the tissue in a decoration and place in an irritated place for 20-30 minutes. You can repeat this process 2-3 times a day.