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10 Home Remedies To Treat Rashes Under Breast

By Kumutha

Bacteria is just about anywhere, and its special hot spot to set shop is between the folds of your skin. Check. If you find a scaly red sweat patch accompanied by painful blisters under your breasts, then you have the suspected breast rashes. And it is the last area you want to get toxic chemicals on. What you need is safe, natural and effective home remedies to treat rashes under breasts.

And before you get down to the home remedies to treat rashes under breasts, let us first understand what causes the rashes in the first place.

It happens when the sweat glands go into an overdrive, producing more sweat than usual. The sweat effectively settles between the folds of the skin creating a warm moist haven for bacterias.

Wearing an ill fitting bra, that chafes against the skin, causes blisters. Other than that, heat, lack of personal hygiene and rough clothing material are all known to cause the rashes.

Now that you know the causes, time to know how to treat rashes under breasts naturally.

Here are 10 home remedies to treat rashes under breasts that show results.

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Coconut Oil

Coconut oil has lauric acid that works as a powerful disinfectant that clears out fungus membrane from the skin and soothes rashes.

What You Need

1 tablespoon coconut oil

Cotton balls

How It Works

Slightly warm the coconut oil. Immerse a cotton ball in the oil and gently dab it on the affected area. Repeat the process three to four times a day.

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Aloe Vera

One of the age-old natural ways to treat rashes under breasts. Packed with antioxidants, and anti-fungal properties, aloe vera not just kills infection-causing bacteria but also repairs damaged skin.

What You Need

1 tablespoon aloe vera gel

5 drops of olive oil

How It Works

Mix aloe vera gel and olive oil in a bowl. Using a cotton ball apply it to the affected area. Let it sit for 15 minutes. Rinse it with cold water and pat dry. Repeat 2 to 3 times a day.

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Tea Tree Oil

When it comes to ayurvedic remedies for rashes under breasts, how can we forgo the major carrier of anti-bacterial properties - tea tree oil.

What You Need

5 drops of tea tree oil

1 tablespoon olive oil

½ teaspoon coconut oil

How It Works

Mix all the oils in a bowl. Gently massage it on the infected area after shower or before going to bed. Let it get absorbed by the skin. Repeat as per the gravity of the problem.

Caution - Avoid applying raw tea tree oil directly on the rashes as it can further aggravate the condition.

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Basil

Natural oils present in basil like terpinoel and limonene not just cleanse the skin, promote skin regeneration, but also soothe the blister and reduce itching.

What You Need

1 tablespoon of basil leaves

Few drops of rose water

How It Works

Crush the basil leaves into a paste. Stir in the required amount of rosewater. Apply the salve onto the rashes. Let it sit for 20 minutes. Rinse and pat dry. Repeat once everyday.

Caution - Make sure you do not get allergic reaction to basil before applying it to the affected area.

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Garlic

Another homemade mask to treat rashes under breasts. Garlic is a strong source of anti-bacterial and anti-septic properties that not just heals rashes, but also prevents it from further spreading.

How It Works

Crush a few garlic cloves and apply the paste directly onto the rashes. Let it rest for 15 minutes, before rinsing it clean with cold water.

Caution - If you experience burning sensation or skin irritation, rinse your skin immediately and apply cold compressor.

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Apply Cider Vinegar

Acetic acid present in apple cider vinegar will help cleanse the skin of bacteria and heal the blisters without being harsh.

What You Need

½ cup apple cider vinegar

1 cup water

How It Works

Dilute the vinegar in the water. Store it in a spray bottle and spritz on the rashes every 5 hours.

Tip - Rashes are also caused due to chemical buildup on clothes. Washing your inner clothes in vinegar solution will kill the bacteria.

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Chamomile

Another handy yet simple home remedy to treat rashes under breasts. Chamomile contains rich amounts of bisabolol, flavonoids and powerful antioxidants that can treat the most severe of skin diseases.

How It Works

Brew a tea of chamomile leaves. Allow it to cool at room temperature. Immerse a cotton ball in the solution and gently dab it on the affected area. It will immediately soothe itchiness and prevent rashes from further aggravating.

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Cornstarch

When it comes to finding ways on how to treat rashes under breasts naturally, think no further; cornstarch is here for the rescue. From relieving itchy skin, soothing irritation and killing bacteria-causing infection, cornstarch can come in handy in alleviating just about any symptoms associated with rashes.

How It Works

Cleanse the area with a mild soap. Wipe the area with a towel. Make sure there is no water residue. Sprinkle the area with cornstarch powder.

Caution - Cornstarch tends to aggravate fungus infection, so make sure the area is always dry when applying cornstarch powder.

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Turmeric

Turmeric has rich anti-bacterial properties that can treat worse of rashes.

How It Works

Dilute 1 teaspoon of turmeric in a glass of water. Heat the solution over mild flame. Allow it to cool under room temperature. Wash the area with the solution. Repeat it twice a day.

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Baking Soda

Alkali present in baking soda sloughs the skin off the dead skin cells, without being harsh.

What You Need

¼ cup baking soda

½ tablespoon vinegar

How It Works

Make a paste of baking soda and vinegar. Apply it to the area under the breasts. Let it sit for half an hour. Rinse and pat dry.

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