Allergies, acne, dryness, sweating and many other reasons can cause damage to your skin which ultimately leads to rashes. Rashes can get annoying since you constantly feel the need to itch and when you do, small bumps develop on your skin that changes the colour of your skin and even the texture. Skin rashes can happen on any part of the body which can be due to irritation from cosmetics, shampoos, soaps or detergents. Rashes or skin allergies could even be triggered due to underlying fungal, viral or bacterial infections.
If these rashes persist, they could create more inflammation and itching which can be cured by putting some home remedies to use. If it worsens, you must see a dermatologist.
Neem: You can boil some neem leaves and strain the water before you let it cool. Then, dip a cotton call in the neem water and apply it over the infected area for 10 minutes. You can also make use of neem leaf extract, cream, soap or any other neem products.
Baking soda: This one is used for many purposes but it surely works wonders for curing rashes. It's a very useful ingredient for dry skin rashes, inflammation and itching. You can take one part of baking soda and three parts of water in a bow, mix it up and simply apply it over the affected area each day.
Olive oil: You can rub some extra-virgin olive oil or a combination of honey and olive oil on your rashes for a few times a day. This will helps in soothing down the rashes and relieve the itching.
Apple cider vinegar: This is one of the most common remedy in order to treat skin rashes and it also eases itching. You can place a cotton ball dipped in apple cider vinegar over the affected area for three to four days a week.