Sometimes we get skin problems. Insect bites, itching, rashes or eczema can damage the skin and lead to inflammation.
In this article, some natural ways to improve acne and its painful itching are presented.
The effect of clay on the skin
Clay is very useful for itching and a number of other skin problems such as acne.
This soil can also be used to treat insect bites such as bees, spiders or other types of bees.
Clay removes toxins from the skin, reducing pain and speeding up the healing process.
To use clay, first mix the soil with a bowl of distilled water and apply the resulting paste on the affected areas of the skin.
Then, using sterile gauze, a towel or a clean linen cloth, bandage it and keep it for 4 hours until the soil is completely dry and firm.
The effect of apple cider vinegar on the skin
Apple cider vinegar is an effective antiseptic, antibacterial and antifungal that relieves itchy skin, especially itching associated with dry skin.
To do this, pour a few drops of apple cider vinegar on a clean linen cloth, towel or towel and place it on the affected area of the skin.
Mix clay and apple cider vinegar
Instead of a mixture of clay and distilled water, you can use a mixture of clay and apple cider vinegar and bandage the damaged parts of your skin. After a few hours the pimples and itching disappear.
The effect of peppermint (desert mint) on the skin
Peppermint or desert mint creates a pleasant feeling of coolness, you get rid of itching and insect bites. To do this, rub the mint leaves directly on the inflamed skin and apply.
You can also mix mint leaves with ice cubes and compress the affected parts of your skin and heal them.
Due to its cool temperature, this cold mixture can numb the affected area and reduce skin inflammation.
The effect of fresh basil leaves on the skin
Fresh basil leaves contain anti-itch compounds called camphor and thymol, which are very useful for treating insect bites.
To do this, apply fresh basil leaves directly on the affected areas of the skin.
The effect of aloe vera on the skin
Aloe vera is useful for any skin irritation. This plant is widely used in improving skin problems such as sunburn, dryness and inflammation.
To use aloe vera, first remove the leaf from the plant stem; Then, cut the middle of the separated leaf lengthwise with a knife.
Finally, extract the gel inside the leaf and apply it on the damaged skin. In addition, the available gel can be stored in the refrigerator properly for a week.