A rash is a skin reaction that is usually temporary.
- Skin eruptions
- Redness and inflammation in the affected area
- Assess and treat food allergies. Avoid citrus, berries, peanuts, shellfish and dairy products, before being tested for potential allergic reactions.
- Drink plenty of water.
- Eat plenty of green leafy vegetables and vegetables high in beta-carotene like carrots, pumpkin and sweet potatoes.
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Purim removes bacteria from the body. It acts mainly as a blood purifier, which is effective in eliminating toxins that cause rashes.
Antiseptic Cream is an antibacterial that nourishes the skin, promotes the growth of new tissue and heals infected skin.