Treat skin allergy with these homeremedies

1.Lemon : Lemon contains anesthetic and anti-inflammatory properties that help to reduce itching. Squeeze unadulterated lemon juice on itchy skin and allow it to dry. You’ll be surprised by how fast you get relief with this easy skin allergy remedies.



2.Honey : Bees produce honey and we use to relieve allergies! In order to gradually become inoculated against the irritating effects of pollen, you need to consume this golden syrup daily.



3.Baking Soda : Add 1 cup of baking soda to a bucket of warm water and soak the affected part into it for about 30 to 60 minutes and then let it air dry. Localized itches can be treated with a baking soda paste, for which you need 3 parts of baking soda and 1 part of water. Apply to the itch, but do not use if the skin is broken.



4.Oatmeal : Add 1– 2 cups finely ground oatmeal to warm water (not hot water) to ease your itchy skin. Apply this mixture to your skin to get rid of allergy symptoms.



5.Basil(Tulsi) : Splash your skin with refreshing basil infused water. Like cloves, basil too contains high quantity of eugenol, a topical anesthetic. Place 1/2 cup dried basil leaves in a jar of boiling water. Keep it covered and let it simmer till the quantity is reduced to half. Allow it to cool and then dip a clean cloth and apply it on your itchy skin regularly.



6.Aloe Vera : Aloe vera is usually used for burns, but how about using it for itches? The components that reduce inflammation and blistering in burns, work to reduce itching too. Break a leaf of aloe vera, slice it down in the middle, and rub the gel only on the itchy area to get relief.



7.Steam : Pour some boiling water into a bowl, drape a towel over your head, and inhale deeply through your nose for 5 to 10 minutes. (Do not get your face too close to the water, as you may scald yourself.) You can also add some green tea or peppermint tea leaves to the water. If you are really clogged up, this well may be the thing you need.


8.Other handy tips : 

  • Try not to scratch
  • Avoid using cosmetics on the affected part
  • Stop fidgeting or touching the allergy prone area
  • Do not wear tight clothes

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