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Home Remedies for your skin and face

Introduction 

            The chest of the face is born in the form of round shaped grains in the face. It is itching all the time . If it is not treated immediately, then it is very fastspreads body . This disease persists for more time due to lack of cleanliness and negligence in food. By this, other people also become victims of this by contacting the infected person.Itching can occur as a simple allergic reaction or as a symptom of some underlying disease. Along with medicines, natural remedies help bring the itching under control faster. Here are a few natural home remedies for itching.


Treatment with various remedies

Pang (fierce)

Combine the fine powder of 1 kg of sugarcane (2 milts) in 2 liters of cow's milk and mix 200 grams of cow ghee and 20 grams of sulfur in it. Then boil it on a light fire until the milk is burned. In the end, putting the made coating on the frost is rested. Put sour curd in a copper vessel and keep it for 1 day. Using it the next day, old chasers from old age are destroyed.
Grind 60 grams of pvand seeds, 80 grams of bavchi seeds and 20 grams of carrot seeds together by mixing powder. Then soak the powder in cow's urine for 8 days. By applying it in small quantities on daily basis, the disease of urea ends in a few days. After the powder is dried, it can be used for about 1 year by putting cow urine in it.



Banana and Cucumber

According to Jethro Kloss, author of "Back to Eden: The Classic Guide to Herbal Medicine, Natural Foods, and Home Remedies Since 1939,” a mixture of banana and cucumber can be made into a facial mask to help reduce redness and inflammation on the face due to allergies. To make and use this mixture, combine the fruit of one half banana and a quarter of a peeled cucumber in a blender or food processor and puree for 20 to 30 seconds until completely smooth. Apply a thick layer of the mixture to clean skin and leave it on for 30 to 40 minutes before rinsing and washing with a very gentle cleanser. This treatment can be used as often as necessary as long as it doesn’t cause irritation. Unused or large portions can be kept in the refrigerator for 24 hours.


Aloe Vera, Cod Liver Oil and Chamomile

According to Ann Worwood, author of "The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy,” a mixture of aloe vera gel, cod liver oil and chamomile essential oil can be applied to the skin to help get rid of redness and allergy related rashes and irritations. To make this mixture, combine 1 tsp. aloe vera gel, 2 tsp. cod liver oil and 1/4 tsp. chamomile essential oil in a small container or bowl and stir to combine. Gently massage a thick layer of the mixture onto the affected area and leave it on for 45 minutes before rinsing the skin with cool water. There is no need to wash with soap unless the mixture bothers your skin. Unused portions of this mixture can be kept in the refrigerator for 72 hours if needed.


Oatmeal 

 Natural colloidal oatmeal contains powerful anti-itching (or anti-pruritic) and soothing compounds such as silicon, beta-glucan and its avenanthramides. Oatmeal paste or bath works as moisturizer for dry skin. It has anti-inflammatory properties.
Oatmeal is usually used in expensive lotions and face washes. The fats in oatmeal help moisturize the skin while the proteins create a thin barrier that protects it from outside forces

Avenanthramides 

Are a key compound of oatmeal as they are responsible for its anti-irritating effects. They have the ability to calm and heal inflamed, dry and itchy skin and are also antioxidants. Less processed oats contain more quantity of avenanthramides. Make sure to use unprocessed oat flour always. Alternatively you can buy whole oats and grind them into flour. Rolled oats and instant oatmeal are also good, but slightly less effective.

For generalized or full body itch: Add 1-2 cups of plain, uncooked oat flower to your bath water and soak for 1 hour. Dip yourself in the oat soaked water and feel your itches coming down. You may also add a few spoons of baking soda to enhance soothing effect of tub bath.

Localized itch or itching restricted to lesser areas: mix oat flower with enough water to obtain a thick paste. Apply it on the affected area, cover with a cloth to prevent it from falling off and let stay for 20-30 minutes.

Vinegar 

Especially apple cider vinegar is a natural antiseptic. It is one of the good remedies to destroy harmful and irritating bacteria and get relief from itching. Vinegar consists of acetic acid that can regularize skin’s natural acidity and eliminate the micro-organisms responsible for skin itching and irritation.

Vinegar is used in many topical treatments intended to reduce dryness, acne, rashes and itching. Its antiseptic properties are useful in stopping the regeneration of bad bacteria. Thus vinegar helps in preventing further infections of the affected area.

ACV is one of the best antiseptic, anti-fungal and anti-bacterial agents that relieve itching associated with dry skin example, sunburns, dandruff etc.

Pour some vinegar on a cotton pad and wipe it over itching skin. Do this once or twice daily for few weeks.

Add 1-3 cups of vinegar to your bathwater and soak yourself in the tub for 30-40 minutes and experience your itching come down. Later pat dry your skin and apply a light moisturizer. Do it daily.


Olive oil 

 apply olive oil to soothe eczema and psoriasis flare-ups. Rub 1 teaspoon per square inch. The oil creates a seal and doesn’t allow the skin to dry out.  Olive oil is the basis of many moisturizers. When used singly it is devoid of chemical irritants. For serious cases of itching, cover oil applied skin with plastic wrap overnight.

Honey 

Honey has antibacterial properties apart from being enriched with many nutrients like potassium, zinc and calcium. It is a natural antibiotic. It is used to treat burns as well as dry skin and chapped lips. You can apply a dab of honey to your bug bites for fast itch relief.

Heat 

 Various methods of heat therapy can alleviate itching. Heat causes the dispersal of histamines and reduces itching. Heat can be applied using warm cloth, hot coffee mug, running warm tap water, hot water shower or bath or hair dryer. But the problem with heat is that after some time, the histamine production will restart and itching will come back.

Baking Soda 

It is also called as sodium bicarbonate. It is a good remedy for all types of itches and irritations. It is a natural acid neutralizer. It has soothing and anti-inflammatory effects, reduces skin rashes and calms itches caused by allergies, insect bites, sunburn, shingles and chicken pox. It also alleviates symptoms of chapped skin. It restores skin’s natural pH balance, leaves the skin clean, soft and supple.

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