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How to Treat Skin Allergies




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You do a lot of things to keep your skin looking fabulous, from getting wrinkle relaxer injections to maintaining a more youthful appearance on your face, to using scrubs in the shower to keep the skin on your body soft and smooth. But what if you suffer from skin allergies? What can you do to treat your skin so that you can get some much-needed relief and look and feel your best? Keep reading for a list of a few strategies that you can try. 

Take a Bath in Oatmeal

If you are in search of a natural remedy for your skin allergies, consider taking a bath in oatmeal. It might take some getting used to, but colloidal oatmeal could help relieve uncomfortable conditions like rashes because it acts as a humectant, drawing moisture into the skin. Plus, oatmeal also contains compounds that help to reduce inflammation, so it could be a good solution for conditions like psoriasis and eczema as well. To make your bath, just add a cup of colloidal oatmeal to warm (not hot) water and then soak in the bath for 30 minutes. 

Apply Apple Cider Vinegar

When you have an allergic reaction, a rash, itchy skin, or dry skin, apple cider vinegar might come to your rescue, and you probably already have some in your kitchen. This solution might even help you get relief when you experience a rash caused by exposure to poison ivy. Simply apply just a teaspoon of the vinegar to whatever area of your skin is experiencing the allergic reaction. You could even apply it with a cotton compress in order to really reap the anti-fungal and antiseptic properties of apple cider vinegar

Use Baking Soda

Yet another great home remedy for skin allergies that you could find in your own kitchen is baking soda. Using this product on your skin when you have a rash could help to reduce it, relieve itching, and prevent more inflammation from occurring. To use it, just create a paste by mixing water and ½ teaspoon of baking soda together. Then apply this paste to the areas of your skin that are affected, leave it on your skin for just a few minutes, and then rinse it off. 

Take a Cold Shower

Provided that your allergy is not caused by cold, you could jump into a cold shower to get some relief. That’s because the cold water helps to reduce the size of blood vessels temporarily, and that could help keep histamine in check when you have an allergic reaction. If you aren’t a fan of getting into a cold shower, though, you could apply a cold compress to the area of your allergic reaction instead. 

With the solutions above, you might be able to get some much-needed relief when you are experiencing skin allergies. However, if home remedies do not work, it is really important to see your doctor in order to determine the cause of your ailment and find the best treatment for it.

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