How To Treat Skin Rash With Herbs

The inflammation of the skin that results the change in the texture along with the color of the skin in and around the affected areas in called skin rashes or body rash. Skin rashes are extremely irritating as well as annoying.

They not only tend to disturb the comfort of the person but also lower the self esteem of the suffering person.  Skin or body rash is usually caused due to a large number of factors and some of these factors are allergic reaction of the skin, chemicals, insects, animals, foods, plants as well as other environmental factors.

Some rashes spread only in a particular area while there are some skin rashes that can spread all over the body. Skin rashes look like scaly patches on the skin and sometimes are seen as red bumps on the body. Wearing clean clothes, sleeping on neat and clean bed sheets etc are some of the ways to prevent the occurrence of the skin rashes among the individuals.

However skin rashes can be effectively treated with the help of herbs:

St. John’s Wort:

Although this herb has been used for centuries of the treating of depression and anxiety, most of us are totally unaware of the astringent properties of the herb. This herb is known to be extremely beneficial for the refreshing as well as the moisturizing of the skin. The astringent property of St. John’s Wort is thought to be awfully effective against itchy skin rashes.

Witch Hazel:

This herb is also well-known for its astringent properties. Witch Hazel is extremely beneficial for the relieving of itchy rashes on the skin. The herb is also useful for the enormously serious skin conditions like psoriasis and eczema. Again the antioxidant property of the herb is useful for the treating of skin burn conditions.

Aloe Vera:

Aloe Vera is well-known throughout the globe for its valuable properties of treating varied skin conditions. The herb is useful for the treating of wounds as well as minor irritations of the skin like itchy skin rashes. The gel that comes out with the cutting of the middle portion of the leaf is used to treat skin burns as well as sun burns.