Oh no! Its that rash again!

@celticeagle (123975)
Boise, Idaho
July 5, 2009 5:55pm CST
I have had this rash on my face. It is that rascenacea or how ever it is spelled. I don't have the money to get the medication to use on it at this time. I am wondering if there is a natural remedy, something I might have around the house and not be aware of that will help in healing this. Scars and ongoing rash is what I need help with. Thanks.
3 responses
@JenInTN (27546)
• United States
10 Jul 09
Hi celticeagle! I am thinking that witchhazel is good for that. As for the scarring..you might use coca butter. I was thinking that it was treated with light therapy too so maybe a little time in the sun with a sunscreen and some coca butter might help.
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@celticeagle (123975)
• Boise, Idaho
10 Jul 09
I hadn't thought of witchhazel and will try that. The cocoa butter too. Thanks.
@adam1980 (517)
5 Jul 09
i have no idea what you are even claiming it is but have you tryed a oil based item to moisturise the skin to help pevent the scaring and if the skin is too oily try using salt water to wash with to reduce the oil in your skin
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@celticeagle (123975)
• Boise, Idaho
6 Jul 09
Ok. Thanks.
• United States
10 Jul 09
alloe plant of coarse, a paste of baking soda, sulfer and Lark (or vasaline).
@celticeagle (123975)
• Boise, Idaho
10 Jul 09
Hmm. I haven't tried the baking soda yet. Vasaline didn't do squat. Aloe didn't either. Thanks.
• United States
11 Jul 09
It's fowers of sulfa mixed with either lard or vaseline (cheap - find the flowers of sulfa at any pharmacy for a couple of $. It works for rashes ,cuts, and burns. well worth trying.