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Getting Rid of Skin rash on Face: Quick Tips

Updated on July 17, 2015

No one really wants to have skin rashes especially on the face but if you are the one that happens to be with skin rash on face then you really want to get rid of that skin rash on face as quickly as possible. And in fact it is possible to get the skin rash off of your face in as little as 24 hours. But before we really go into curing the problem, we must understand that these rashes can be because of various reasons such as acne, eczema or even seborrhoeic dermatitis (flakes).

Now, if the skin rash on face is due to acne, it will appear to be red or pink, with pus or fluid and the area of the skin will be bumpy (slightly elevated). If it's due to eczema it will be non-elevated but itchy. It could be slightly red at times and can sometimes have pus. The most harmless of all the skin rashes on face is seborrhoeic dermatitis, which will produce flakes and can itch at times. Apart from looking bad it has no other effects on your skin. We can really cure these problems and get rid of the skin rash on face in the following ways.

  1. Skin rash due to acne can be cured by washing your face with gentle face wash. It will remove the excess oil in the area which is causing acne. A CTM process can also be followed which is Cleansing, Toning and Moisturizing. Again, remember to use a gentle cleanser and toner. In cases when the area is very red and filled with pus, you may avoid using the moisturizer. You may also use a towel soaked in warm water and wipe it in a circular motion around the acne part. This should remove the excess pus and thus remove the rash.

  2. Using Aloe Vera gel is also helpful in reducing the skin rash on face especially when it is due to eczema. It is a natural and ointment used for almost any kind of skin ailment. This is due to its antiseptic, antibiotic, anti-allergen and anti-fungal properties. Aloe Vera gel works really well and the effects are also visible pretty fast.

  3. Eating a lot of fiber in your diet and reducing the intake of foods containing fatty acids will help immensely. This is because these rashes are mostly due to over secretion of oil from the oil glands and that means we need to reduce the intake of oil in the body. Also eating food and vegetable that contain vitamin C and E will help the restore the normal oil-free skin and help in improving immunity of the body and skin to fight virus. Now this may take a while for you to see the effects on the skin, but it surely cannot be ignored as the body needs to cleanse itself of all the excess oil and toxins in order for the skin to have the normal glow.


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      5 years ago

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      5 years ago

      what is this rash

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      Herman Gilbert 

      8 years ago

      Skin rashes on the face can be a problem for many of the people especially teen aged ones.My sister was also suffering from this type of rashes during her teen age.We treated it naturally by modifying our diet and controlling oily food.These tips provided here really works.thanks for sharing :)


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