Best Home Remedies for Rash under Breasts

 Best Home Remedies for Rash under Breasts

1. Cold Compress Because your rash under breast will itch and give you burning sensations, a cold compress can give you much required relief from them. Use cold water compress or even one made with skim-milk to get instant soothing relief from these embarrassing rashes.

Get this:Ice OR Cold water OR Milk-Water solution (milk and water mixed in equal parts)

A clean cloth or a towel

How to Use
Wrap the ice in the cloth or towel to make the cold compress.
If using cold water, soak the cloth in it and wring out the excess water. Do the same when using milk and water solution. Ensure it is cold enough to give you relief.

Apply the compress on the affected area under breast and leave it for 5-10 minutes.

If you feel the compress gets warmer before that, make it cold again by dipping the cloth in the cold water or milk solution.
Repeat the process for 20-30 minutes.

If you have used milk, don’t forget to wash off the area with mild soap and water once you are done with cold compress.

Precaution: Always use clean cloth otherwise you stand the chance of severe infection under breast.

2. Use Cornstarch 
Cornstarch is one fine ingredient that absorbs moisture very well. As you now know that rashes under breast develop due to the warm moist environment there and fungus too can thrive in such an environment, cornstarch is just the right thing to apply under your breasts. It will relieve itching and burning and will give you soothing relief. However, if after applying cornstarch, you sweat then it may lead to fungal infection. Therefore you need to remain completely dry and cool (so that you don’t sweat) before and after applying cornstarch.

Get this:
Cornstarch
Soap
Water
Towel

How to Use
Wash the rash affected area under breast properly using soap and water.

Pat dry completely with towel.

Remember the area should be completely dry otherwise you run the risk of fungal infection there.

When the area is dry, really dry, dust cornstarch over it.
Repeat twice daily.

Precaution: Once again, don’t apply cornstarch on moist skin or let your skin get moist after applying cornstarch.

3. Apple Cider Vinegar 

Apple cider vinegar has been proved to treat all types of skin rashes effectively. So whether your rash under breast is due to fungus, bacteria, or irritation, vinegar may help relieve it. It helps you cure the inflammation and also reduces irritation and itching promoting the area to heal faster.

Get this:

Apple cider vinegar- 1-2 tbsp

Water- 1-2 cups

Cloth or cotton ball

How to Use
Dilute vinegar in water

Soak the cloth or cotton ball in this solution.

Wipe the affected area with this.

Repeat 2-3 times a day.

4. Coconut Oil 

Coconut oil has lauric acid in it which makes it not only anti viral but also antifungal. This lauric acid dissolves the fatty outer membranes of microbes and gets you rid of any kind of infection that may be leading to rashes under your breast. It also relieves you of the itching that is caused by these irritating rashes.

How to Use
Just apply some coconut oil, preferably extra-virgin variety on the area under breast having rash. Repeat 2-3 times a day.
5. Tea Tree Oil to Get Rid of a Rash under Breast
Whether your rash under breast has gone infectious or not, tea tree oil will definitely help you out. Due to its anti-fungal properties, tea tree oil will not only treat your fungal infection that may be causing the rashes but will also prevent the growth of such fungi in the area. Even if you only have rashes due to irritation, the broken skin can lead to fungal infection as fungi love to thrive in such areas. However, dilute the oil before applying it to the rash under breasts.

Get this:
Tea tree oil- 4-6 drops
Olive oil or coconut oil- 2-4 tbsp
Cotton ball

How to Use
Dilute tea tree oil by mixing it with the olive or coconut oil.
Soak the cotton ball in this.

Apply this to your rash under breast.

Massage it gently into your skin.

Repeat twice a day, preferably after shower and before going to bed at night.

Precaution- If you are allergic to the oil, you may develop some irritation. If at all using in such condition, use negligible amount of oil, say 1 drop in the carrier oil. Do not take tea tree oil orally without consulting your doctor or a herbalist.

6. Aloe Vera 

The cool soothing and skin friendly herb is also useful when it comes to rashes under breast. It not only soothes the itching and burning caused by rashes but also heals the skin. This is due to the excellent anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties of aloe vera.
Get this:

Aloe vera leaf
Knife
Spoon

How to Use
Cut open a part of aloe leaf with the help of the knife.
You will be able to see the yellowish white aloe gel that is fresh.
With help of the spoon, scrap the outer yellowish part of the gel and discard it.

Now you can see the clear aloe gel.

Take some of it onto your palm.

Apply this to the rashes under breast.

Rub this gently to help it go deep into your skin and meanwhile enjoy the cool soothing effect of the fresh aloe gel.

Now leave it there for about 15-20 minutes.

Wash it off with cool water.

Repeat 2-3 times or even more as per the gravity of your problem.

7. Basil 

Basil has anti-inflammatory properties that can cure redness due to rashes. The wound healing properties of basil, on the other hand, can fight of fungal infections, not only rashes under breast but even the ringworm. What ore, basil is highly soothing and relieves itching and burning that you get from your skin rashes. This is majorly due to basil’s component eugenol which is a topical anesthetic having capability to soothe itchy rashes under breasts or on any other parts of your body.

How to Use

Add 1 tbsp of dried basil in 2 cups of boiling water. Let it steep covered till it cools down completely. Strain and use this water as a skin wash for your affected body part.

Take some fresh basil leaves and crush them in a mortar and pestle. Apply this paste on your breast rash. Leave for about half an hour and then wash off.

8. Garlic 

Garlic has strong antiseptic and antifungal properties probably due to the very beneficial component allicin. This component is released only when you crush the raw garlic. While you can always add garlic to your daily diet, what will be more helpful to you for the rashes under breast is its paste that is applied topically to the affected area.

Get this

Garlic cloves- 2-4
Water
How to Use
Crush the garlic using mortar and pestle or blender to get its paste.

Apply this garlic paste to your rashes affected skin under breast.

Leave it there for 15-20 minutes and then wash off.

Repeat 2-3 times a day.

9. LemonLemon juice, loaded with vitamin C is a strong antioxidant and helps fight off free radicals to keep your skin healthy, young and infection free. It also helps balance the pH level of your skin so that the fungi and bacteria could not thrive there. It sure helps speed up the healing process too.

Ways to Use Lemon Juice for rashes under Breast
Add 1 tablespoon of fresh lemon juice with 3-4 tablespoons of water and apply this with the help of cotton ball under breast where you suffer from skin rashes.

Add 2 tablespoons of lemon juice with 1/2 – 1 tsp of honey and apply this to your rashes. Leave 15-20 minutes and then wash off.
Add few drops of lemon juice in your bathing water and take bath with this water focusing to wash the skin under breast more attentively.

Precaution: Do not step out in sun after applying lemon juice to your body parts that come in direct contact of sun rays like when you take bath with water having lemon juice in it. You skin becomes photo sensitive when you apply lemon juice to it.

10. Calendula 

Marigold or the calendula herb is an age-old medicine for many conditions including eczema, gastritis, minor burns, sunburns, warts, as well minor injuries like sprains and wounds. It is loaded with flavonoids, the powerful anti-oxidants that protect your body cells from damage caused by oxidation. Calendula reduces inflammation and promotes wound healing and that too very fast by improving blood flow to the affected area and promoting the production of collagen proteins. It has excellent anti-septic properties too. However, when rashes are talked about, calendula also works as an anti-fungal agent. It will not only treat the common skin rashes including those under breast but will also cure athlete’s foot, ringworm, and Candida.

Make Calendula Oil

Get this:
Dried calendula flowers
Olive oil

Do this:
Take a clean and dry glass jar and place Calendula flowers in it.
Now fill the jar with olive oil covering the flowers. Keep oil at least 1 inch above the flowers to let them expand.
Stir well and cover the jar tightly with lid.
Put the jar in a warm, sunny place for 4-6 weeks.
Shake it 1-4 times a day.
After about a month or so, strain it using cheesecloth.
Store the herbal oil in glass bottle placed in a cool dark place.
Whenever you get rashes, apply a little of this oil and rub gently into the skin 2-4 times a day.
If you are not so fond of oils, make calendula salve using this oil.
Make Calendula Salve

How to Use
Calendula herbal oil (may use the one you made with above recipe) – 1/2 cup
Beeswax- 1 tbsp
Lavender essential oil (optional)- 15-20 drops

Do this:
Coarsely chop beeswax.
Add chopped beeswax to Calendula oil and melt using a double boiler.
Remove and stir in Lavender oil if using.

Store in glass jars.

Let it cool down completely before covering the jar with lid.
Apply on your rashes whenever required.

This soothing and healing homemade calendula salve can also be applied to sore muscles, minor cuts, insect bites, and rashes other than those under breasts, stretch marks, chapped lips, bruises, and all the other types of skin irritations.
Best Home Remedies for Rash under Breasts Best Home Remedies for Rash under Breasts Reviewed by Jemes Woxten on 21:34:00 Rating: 5

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