20 Natural Skin Remedies for Rashes That Really Work!

20 Natural Skin Remedies for Rashes That Really Work!

This post is all about natural skin remedies for rashes!

Whether it is psoriasis, eczema, or poison ivy, rashes are uncomfortable and frustrating. Also, rashes can lead to other issues such as infection because our first line of defense and largest organ -- our skin's integrity is broken and bacteria can enter!

We hope this blog post can help you find natural healing remedies for skin rashes, learn natural healing remedies for skin rashes, and how to get to the root cause of what may be causing your body to react negatively!

We truly hope these natural skin remedies for rashes help you clear up whatever irritating rash you are dealing with!

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How do you get rid of a rash naturally?

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How to cure rashes on face naturally

There are no surefire cures for how to get rid of rashes on the face overnight naturally, but we can give you some natural tips to try to decrease inflammation and soothe irritated skin!
  • Do not scrub or exfoliate when your skin is inflamed or irritated
  • Only use gentle cleansers
  • Do not use hot water for washing your face only warm or cool water
  • Use cold compresses, but only for short periods
  • Use natural products alone or those made with some of the following ingredients: hemp seed oil, coconut oil, colloidal oatmeal, aloe vera, apple cider vinegar
  • Make sure you're limiting (or completely eliminating) toxic products that end up touching your skin such as store-bought laundry detergent. The toxins in laundry detergents are known to cause rashes and skin issues. You can learn more about why a natural detergent is better here.

How to cure rashes on body naturally

Seeing the current trend to get back to the basics is so encouraging! That includes people searching for any home remedy for skin allergy itching! Here are some natural ingredients when looking to cure a rash on your body naturally:
  • Apple Cider Vinegar -- Apple cider Vinegar is anti-inflammatory and kills bacteria. You can add it to a bath or dilute it and apply it directly to the affected area!
  • Aloe Vera -- Aloe Vera is the perfect all natural option because it is also anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial! If you have access to an aloe vera plant then you can squeeze out some of the gel and apply it directly to your skin!
  • Coconut Oil -- Coconut oil is anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial too! All of our goat milk soaps have coconut oil as the first ingredient right next to soothing raw goat milk! You can also apply some directly to the affected area because of how natural and gentle it is.
  • Epsom salt -- Our milk bath contains Epsom salt along with goat milk and oatmeal to help soothe skin irritation!
  • Our Releaf soap -- is not a misspelling it is a play on words because our Releaf soap works great to give you relief from the irritation of rashes or dry itchy skin with the natural ingredients that include colloidal oatmeal and herbs such as plantain (plantago major), horsetail (equisetum), and chickweed (stellaria media)

How to cure rashes on scalp naturally

When it comes to rashes on the scalp it can be tricky because you have to get through the hair to treat it. Although, a lot of the same natural treatments will work just the same on your scalp as it would anywhere else on the skin. Here are a few things to try:

natural remedies for skin rashes


Natural remedies for rashes on babies skin

We have noticed when moms have their first baby that is when they usually begin looking at alternative natural healing remedies for skin rashes and other holistic viewpoints! There is just something about a new baby that causes many new parents to become more aware of what they are putting on their baby's skin!

Looking for natural home remedies for skin rashes on a baby's skin is the same list of oatmeal, aloe vera, coconut oil, olive oil, and a really great tip if you have access to it is breastmilk! Breast milk is great for healing baby acne, cuts, and rashes included!

Also, our milk baths are safe for babies and could be used to help heal a rash on the skin or even a diaper rash. I would suggest our Lavender Milk Bath for bedtime and our Just Plain Milk Bath for extra sensitive skin!

natural remedies for skin rashes


What is the fastest way to heal a rash?

Want to know how to get rid of a rash overnight? The fastest and easiest way to reduce pain, itching, redness, inflammation is by applying a cold compress.

The quickest way to get rid of and prevent rashes is to get to the root of the cause! Did you change anything in your skincare routine, laundry wash routine, living environment? With the process of elimination, you can hopefully pinpoint the cause and remove the culprit from your environment.

What is the best thing to put on a skin rash?

What to put on a rash that itches

Here are some natural home remedies for skin rashes that itch:
  • An oatmeal bath: You can grind it finely and add one cup to your bath!
  • A cold compress: Make a cold compress using a wet washcloth or an ice pack and apply to itchy skin
  • Releaf Soap: This amazing soap has all the benefits of our other goat milk soaps with the added benefits of plantain, horsetail, and chickweed! This combination encourages skin regeneration, has a natural cortisone-like effect, and therefore is very soothing to the skin. -- Bonus: It also contains oatmeal for a gentle exfoliant and soothing benefits! Releaf is great for eczema, psoriasis, and any other kind of skin rash or irritation. It’s also great for calming sunburns!

    natural remedies for skin rashes


    What to put on a rash that burns

    If a rash is burning it means there is inflammation in the skin. Whether it is a heat rash or a rash from a sunburn it needs to be treated with something cooling and calming to help reduce the inflammation while healing the skin. Here are some great natural options for burning rashes.

    Tea bags: Refrigerate some tea bags and place them on a skin rash for 15-20 minutes or until you feel relief. The concentrated nutrients can help with the burning.

    Potato Paste: You can make a potato paste by taking an uncooked potato, blending it in a blender, and using plastic wrap to hold it on the irritated area.

    Baking Soda: A paste made of 3 parts baking soda and 1 part water can be applied to the irritated area to help ease pain, itching and redness. Wash off after 20 minutes. half a cup of baking soda added to bath water is another way to help provide some relief. Our milk bath contains baking soda along with other natural and beneficial ingredients such as Epsom salt, dehydrated goat milk, and colloidal oatmeal.

    Aloe Vera: Aloe Vera is a very well known ingredient for helping soothe sunburns. Did you know it can also help soothe skin rashes that burn too? It has naturally derived anti-inflammatory properties that relieve the symptoms of a burning feeling. You can either get the gel straight from the plant itself or this is a great organic option you can purchase.


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