7 Home Remedies To Get Rid Of Itchy Skin

Itchy skin is a very common issue. It will leave your skin red and irritated. In some cases, It may cause some major issues if left untreated. Here are a few home remedies for itchy skin.

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Anti-Itch Cream

A remedy for soothing itchy skin is an anti-itch cream. Try using a hydrocortisone-containing cream. This medication can reduce itchy, irritated skin by inhibiting inflammatory reactions in the body.

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Wet Wrap Therapy

The use of cloth wraps soaked in water to irritate skin patches is known as "wet wrap therapy." A physical barrier that prevents scratching is formed by this therapy, which also hydrates and calms the skin.

Colloidal Oatmeal

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Granular oatmeal that easily dissolves in water is known as colloidal oatmeal. On the skin's surface, they develop defence mechanisms. As a result, dryness and irritation get reduced.

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Apple Cider Vinegar

Acetic acid is a component of apple cider vinegar. It possesses antibacterial and natural wound disinfectant qualities. Additionally, it might help soothe itchy skin as well as the scalp.

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Moisturizers For treating dry, itchy skin disorders, moisturisers are frequently necessary. Apply creams and lotions to the skin's top layer to moisturise it.

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Avoid potential irritants  like hot water, changes in temperature and humidity, fragranced skincare products, etc. They might trigger severe itching.Avoid Potential Irritants

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These are a few temporary and alternative treatments you can try at home to address skin conditions that make you feel itchy. It is preferable to see a doctor if the condition lasts for more than two weeks or flares up frequently.

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