Contact allergic dermatitis- is there any home remedy?
Hello, my sister is suffering from contact dermatitis that is a red, itchy rash caused by direct contact with a substance or an allergic reaction to it. The rash isn't contagious or life-threatening, but it is very uncomfortable. Her signs and symptoms include a red rash, itching, which may be severe, dry, cracked, scaly skin, bumps and blisters, sometimes with oozing and crusting, swelling, burning or tenderness. Is there any hoe remedy?
@falguni Oatmeal has a variety of biologically active properties, including antioxidant and anti-inflammatory components. These all can help soothe the itch of allergic skin reactions. Popular ways to use oatmeal to treat a skin allergic reaction include an oatmeal bath or poultice. Both require powdered oatmeal. You can make powdered oatmeal by grinding store-bought oatmeal into a fine powder using a blender, food processor, or coffee grinder. Baking soda can address skin pH imbalance and works as an anti-inflammatory to soothe your skin allergy. Natural practitioners recommend a variety of plants to treat skin allergies. Some of these recommended plants include:
Aloe vera: Topical use of the clear gel of the aloe plant may soothe the itch of atopic dermatitis and other skin issues.
Other plants and herbs often suggested by natural health practitioners as skin allergy home remedies include: