Get Rid Of Rash Under Breasts Naturally
Breast rash is not an ailment I would wish for anyone. It is very irritating, itchy and cause unbearable trauma. I am specifically speaking of rash under the breasts which can be caused by fungi. I suffered with rash under my breasts for weeks. I tried everything possible to get natural healing but to no avail.
I woke up one morning and out of the blue a natural remedy came to my mind. I immediately started my home remedy which includes cerasee herb because it is good for any skin ailment. I boil the cerasee making enough tea to last me for the day. I then used the cerasee tea to thoroughly wash the affected areas under my breast.
After washing the rash under breasts, I thoroughly pat dried the areas and then rubbed Blistex Lip Medex all over the rash. I found out that Blistex Lip Medex gives a cooling and soothing relief to the affected area as well as alleviating the itching and that burning sensation I felt sometimes. This procedure I did three times per day.
The following day, I started to see great improvement and within three to four days, the rash under breasts had completely disappeared. I naturally got rid of the rash under my breasts and I was now at peace.
Cornstarch is another great natural remedy to treat rash under breasts. Use fingertips or clean powder pad to rub cornstarch on the affected area. It will keep the area dry and prevent chafing.
My next move is to get rid of the dark spots that the rash created.
I was recently told that rubbing alcohol, preferably the green one combined with guinea hen weed is also good for rash under the breasts as well as rash under the armpits.
At the initial stage of applying this remedy, it will burn for a while but will eventually become cool.
Updated April 14, 2015
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