✓ Apple Cider Vinegar
The acetic acid properties of cider vinegar are known to inhibit the growth of certain yeasts, bacteria and fungus by balancing the skin’s pH level. It is a folk remedy widely used for its anti-fungal, antiseptic, and anti-bacterial properties that help relieve itching.
Simply mix the vinegar with water and apply it to the affected area throughout the day. You can also take a bath with this vinegar and come out with softer and smoother skin.
Apple Cider Vinegar
✓ Olive Oil
Olive oil is an alternative option for soothing itchy skin, healing a rash and renewing the skin afterward due to its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. Traditional remedies involve rubbing olive oil on the body. The oil is then allowed to soak into the skin with its healing nutrients for a few hours. Be sure to use pure, cold-pressed oil.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
✓ Coconut Oil
This natural moisturizer has a long medicinal history of relieving itching and hydrate and soothe a rash. It is due to the presence of lauric acid in the oil that it helps reduce the amount of fungus, bacteria and viruses on the skin. It is recommended by natural health practitioners to combat itching, boost hydration, improve skin elasticity and reduce the risk of infection. You just need to apply it to areas that itch regularly.
✓ Aloe Vera
Aloe vera has been used for hundreds of years as a natural moisturizer to soothe itching, rashes and inflammation. This plant is popular in traditional herbalism for its anti-inflammatory effects and cooling benefits that make it capable of relieving the pain of rashes. It also has wound healing, antiviral and antioxidant properties.
Aloe Vera Gel | Aloe Vera Gel Powder
✓ Vitamin E
Vitamin E is a group of fat-soluble vitamins known to have antioxidant effects. It is is used as a moisturizer to prevent and treat itchy skin. You can take it as a supplement (powder or capsules) or apply directly as a topical remedy.
Vitamin E Powder | Vitamin E Capsules | Vitamin E Cream
✓ Cod Liver Oil
Since old times, Cod Liver Oil has been considered an emollient that softens and moisturizes the skin and reduces itching and flaking. It contains vitamin A, vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids. You can apply the oil directly to the rash but it is now commonly used as a food supplement.
Cod Liver Oil Capsules