8 Top Natural Heat Rash Remedies

Heat Rash


Heat rash generally occurs due to friction on a wet spot on the skin. The skin turns red and you may feel itching and burning on the affected spot. Exposure to harsh sunrays, excessive sweating and direct contact with a heating element can cause heat rash. In severe cases, there might appear red bumps on the skin and the skin begins to peel.
Heat rash can be very irritating and uncomfortable, especially the under arms area or inner thighs. You should try natural heat rash remedies immediately to prevent aggravation.

Natural Heat Rash Remedies

Cool Compress

Ice packs works best for a heat rash. It relieves itching and burning sensation and it also helps to reduce red bumps. Wrap a few ice cubes in muslin and place it on the affected spot two to three times a day. In case you find that a heat rash has occurred in different parts of your body due to< then you can take a cool bath or soak yourself in a bath tub of cold water.

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera helps to heal heat rash with its cooling properties. Apply directly on the rash and leave it on for 20 minutes. Wipe clean with a moist cloth. If blisters have appeared on the skin then make a poultice of Aloe Vera gel and apply it on the affected area.

Potato Juice

Potato juice has a soothing effect on heat rash. Its starch fastens the healing process. Apply the juice on rashes with a cotton ball and leave it on till dry. Afterwards gently wipe the area with moist cotton.

Cucumber

Cucumber helps to cool the burning sensation and it gives immediate relief in heat rash. Its astringent properties help to reduce redness from the skin and it also lightens the skin tone. You can place cucumber slices on the affected area for 25-30 minutes.
Apply cucumber juice with a cotton ball and leave it on for 20-25 minutes and wash it off with normal water.

Mint

Apply mint juice on heat rash and leave it on overnight to treat heat rash. Mint is an excellent skin tonic and it also helps to reduce heat rash scars effectively.

Sandalwood Powder

Sandalwood is known for its cooling effect on the skin. It has remarkable healing properties and it is used in most of the natural skin treatment products. Sandalwood powder is easily available in the market.

To treat heat rash, make a paste with sandalwood powder and rose water and apply it on the spots. Leave it till it is semi dry and wash it off with normal water. Be careful not to rub the skin too hard.

Corn Starch

Corn starch has a soothing effect on heat rash. Make a paste with corn starch and milk and apply it on affected area. Leave it on till dry and gently wash it off with normal water. You can also add 1 tablespoon corn starch in your bath water to treat the whole body for heat rash.

Wear Cotton Clothes

Avoid wearing synthetic clothes in hot weather to prevent heat rash. Cotton fabric is best suited as it allows the air to pass through and it keeps the skin dry.

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