4. Ice Cubes
Different researches have proved that applying ice cubes directly on the heat rash not only helps to reduce the pain but also the swelling caused by it.
- Grab an ice cube.
- Rub it gently over the infected area.
- If it feels too cold, you can wrap the cubes in a cloth and then apply.
5. Neem Leaves
Neem leaves are great for skin, eye disorders, bloody nose, stomach upset, loss of appetite, diabetes, gum disease and liver problems. Let’s see how it can help us treat those stubborn heat rashes.
- Grind some neem leaves and make a paste out of it.
- Now apply it directly over your rashes.
- Its antibacterial and antiseptic properties will help control the irritation and the itchiness caused by the prickly heat.
6. Wear Cotton Clothes
No brainer but you should avoid the synthetic and tight clothes as much as you can. Prefer wearing cotton clothes in hot and moist environment. Also, avoid scratching the rash, else the infection would only spread on your skin.
7. Talcum Powder
Last but not the least, you should apply an herbal, unscented talcum powder after bath or before going to sleep. You can easily find one at the market. It helps to protect your body from prickly heat rashes and absorbs any moisture on the skin.