Using Organic Products
While pain and weariness can be treated in other ways, rashes must also be promptly taken care of in order to avoid further complications. This can be achieved by avoiding irritants and other factors which negatively impact skin health, such as direct sunlight, non-organic makeup products, or non-organic skin moisturizers and sunscreen. Household products with strong odors such as detergent and disinfectant may also exacerbate skin rashes. In this sense, the person may opt to replace said products for their organic counterparts, such as those made from coconut, jojoba, shea butter, or other essential oils. When showering, the person must avoid hot or scalding waters and instead can use lukewarm water. If bathing, he or she can also supplement the water with colloidal oatmeal powder to properly moisturize the skin, and then moisturize with an organic cream immediately afterward.