Perioral Dermatitis causes redness around your skin. It brings discomfort and also accompanied by pain, burning sensation, and inflammation.
Other factors include eczema, psoriasis, allergies, insect bites, mites, excessive sweating, cosmetics sunburn and allergic reactions to chemicals. It means it’s a combination of genetics and environmental factors.
Although there are thousands of cosmetic products designed to minimize redness/red spots. But most of these products contain harsh chemicals that can be harmful to your delicate skin.
Instead of spending money on expensive cosmetic products, start using simple yet effective home remedies for treating redness & other skin problems.
Cucumber Juice With Oatmeal
* Mix 1 cup of oatmeal with cucumber juice.
* Apply this mask before bedtime or in the morning.
* Leave for 20 minutes and then rinse off.
* This pack has anti-inflammatory properties and it also helps moisturize the skin.
* Make some green tea and chill it.
* Soak a washcloth in the tea, squeeze and apply the cloth to the red spots.
* Green tea has anti-inflammatory properties that helps reduce inflammation.
* Slice an aloe vera leaf and squeeze out the gel or buy aloevera gel.
* Apply a fine layer on your face.
* Wash off with cool water after 15 minutes
* Repeat this remedy once a day for two months.
* Combine 1 teaspoon honey with mild moisturizer.
* Apply on your face and gently massage for few minutes.
* Let it sit for 20 minutes and then wash off.
* Pat dry with a towel and apply moisturizer.
* Follow this remedy two to three times a week.
Apple Cider Vinegar
* Soak a cotton ball in apple cider vinegar and place it on the affected area.
* Leave it on for a few minutes, and then remove the cotton ball.
* Do this at least two times a day for few days or until your rash clears.
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