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Introduction to neck rashesThere are numerous possible causes for having a rash on the neck, and they range from the mild to severe. Some of the conditions that can lead to a rash on the neck include sun burn, eczema, ringworms, acne, measles, scabies, impetigo, dermatitis or scarlet fever.

It is also possible to get a neck rash due to some type of allergic reaction to certain medications.

The obvious symptoms of such a condition include redness of the skin on the neck area, irritation, burning and itching sensations.

However, there are some good ways to treat most neck rashes. Treatments

The best thing to do is to purchase some type of over-the-counter antibacterial cleaner and then clean the area with a cotton swab soaked in the cleaner.

This will get rid of the irritants that could be causing the rash.

The cleanser will also help to get rid of bacteria that could be clogging the pours and causing the rash.

Gel from the lead of an Aloe Vera plant can also be used to treat neck rashes. The gel has natural antibacterial and antifungal properties and it also has anti-inflammatory agents and nutrients that will benefit the skin.

Hydrocortisone cream can help to get rid of the itch that is being caused by the rash and soothe the skin.

A person can also create a solution by boiling hazel bark in water and then applying it on the skin in order to get relief.

Apply the solution to the skin and then let it dry on the skin for a half hour before rinsing it off.

Sometimes the cause of the rash is a lack of skin moisture, and his can be remedies with olive oil. Oatmeal baths will also help to rejuvenate and re-hydrate the skin as well.

It is also a good idea to use a cool compress in order to reduce redness and itching. Apply the compress for ten minutes and then take a ten-minute break before applying it again to give the skin some time to rest and to not cause further irritation.

It is also a good idea to take some chamomile tea bags and place them on the rash. Wild pansies will serve as a good remedy if the rash is being caused by eczema.

Rubbing baking soda on the rash is another good way to provide fast relief from the itching and burning sensations.

Another good remedy is to soak a cloth in calcium water and to then put the cloth on the neck. This will decrease the inflammation and soothe the skin.

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