Easy and effective remedies to get rid of fungal infection during monsoon
Cold compress for fungal infection
If a rash develops into blisters, try cold compress. If you don’t have a cold compress at home, you can easily prepare one. All you have to do is fill ice cubes in a plastic bag and wrap a washcloth rinsed in coldwater around it. Gently dab this homemade cold compress on the affected area at intervals of about 10-15 minutes. However, make sure you don’t place it for too long as it may cause numbness.
Neem for fungal infection
Neem leaves have a significant role in Ayurveda owing to their anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal properties. Neem leaves can cure various ailments including skin rash. Boil a handful of neem leaves for about 10 minutes. Now add this water to a bucket of water and take refreshing bath with it to cure skin problems. The antimicrobial properties of the neem leaves will remove impurities and toxins present in the skin.
Aloe vera for fungal infection
Aloe vera has innumerable medicinal effects that it a wonderful remedy for so many skin as well heath problems. It can easily cure skin rashes and infection, just apply some fresh aloe vera gel on the affected area and leave it for half an hour. Later, wash it cold water.
Apple cider vinegar for fungal infection
Apple cider vinegar is a sure shot fix for so many skin problems including allergies. Dilute a small amount of apple cider vinegar with water and apply it gently on the affected area using a cotton ball. The powerful antiseptic, antibacterial and anti fungal properties present in this highly rated cure for skin rash, gives a wonderful kick-start to cure our skin discomforts. Stay safe from fungal infections this monsoon and enjoy this rainy weather with all necessary precautions. Image source : Getty