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What are different home remedies for Peeling Skin? – Part 1

What is a Peeling Skin?

• Peeling skin is a temporary problem and is known to heal in a few days as the new skin surfaces.
• A hereditary disorder known as Peeling Skin Syndrome, all of which may require medical consultation to cure peeling skin.

Causes for Peeling Skin

Some of the known causes leading to this skin disorders are:
• Excessive perspiration
• Staph or viral infections
• Excessive sun exposure
• Erythroderma
• Exfoliative dermatitis
• Hand eczema
• Eczema
• Psoriasis
• Ichthyosis
• Kawasaki disease
• Scarlet fever
• Vitamin A

Symptoms for Peeling Skin

• Heavy perspiration
• Certain blisters
• Rashes
• Dry skin
• Sunburn
• TEN (Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis)
• The Peeling Skin Syndrome

Home Remedies for Peeling Skin

1. Over the counter
• Moisturizing creams,
• Antihistamine creams,
• Topical corticosteroids
• anti allergy drugs

2. Oatmeal Bath
• Apply an oatmeal bath on affected areas.
• This relieves itching and burning sensations almost instantly.
• You can also apply oatmeal bath immediately after you have the urge to start scratching.
• Scratching worsens the condition by increasing blood flow and inflammation in the area.
• An oatmeal bath gives the skin a soothing and moisturizing effect.
• This helps to cure the dryness of your skin.

3. Dandelion
• Dandelion is a herb commonly found in the back yard.
• This herb can be used to treat eczema and other skin diseases.
• It can be used as a remedy for other conditions such as hypertension, arthritis, warts and fungal infections.
• This multi healing herb comes in form of a juice, tea or capsules.

4. Chamomile & Which Hazel Oil
• Chamomile and witch hazel oils both possess anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties which can be used to treat eczema.
• This alleviates:
– itching,
– eradicate rashes,
– reduce pain,
– redness,
– swelling
– prevent bacterial infection

5. Essential oils
• These oils target and eliminate all the symptoms of eczema.
• Just apply chamomile or witch hazel oils in adequate amounts on the affected areas.
• This will help you to experience quick and effective relief.

6. Tea Tree Oil
• Tea tree oil is another essential oil.
• It has been found to treat eczema as well.
• It contains terpenoids that act as an active antimicrobial agent.
• This helps to prevent or help treat bacterial infection.
• This essential oil also reduces inflammation when applied on skin.
• This helps by reducing any itching, scratching or burning.
• Tea tree oil has potent healing ability.
• Simply administer the oil topically along the affected areas.
• Crush the tea tree leaves and apply on the affected area as needed.

7. Sea Salt Bath
• Sea salt bath is a known skin exfoliant.
• It removes dead skin cells and rejuvenates damaged skin.
• It contains essential minerals that could soothe the pain and inflammation.
• It would also rehydrate the damaged skin.
• Mix the sea salt in warm water and apply it on the affected area.
• It not only gives a therapeutic effect but provides a relaxing effect too.

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