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Emu Oil for Skin Rashes

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Published on Oct 30, 2009

Emu oil for skin rashes has proven effective reducing inflammation, itching, flaking and redness associated with common forms of rash.

Similar to allergies, rashes can be the result of a number of factors: Chemical; reaction to clothing or fabrics such as wool, cotton or polyester; burns or sunburns; insect bites; and viral, bacterial or fungal.

Symptoms of skin rashes vary, but are generally associated with itchiness around the affected area as well puffing, swelling, redness and inflamed skin. It is also common that flaking, dryness, scaling and scabbing can occur. In more severe cases, open wounds may develop.

Emu oil has been used for skin rashes for many years in Australia. It is a natural anti-inflammatory that reduces redness, inflammation, and tenderness. It is an anti-bacterial and anti-microbial, so rash associated with localized irritation or allergic reaction can be quickly treated or relieved.

Emu oil can be purchased infused with Vitamin E. This not only helps reduce swelling and itching, it helps tissue heal faster and in a more healthy fashion. Apply to the affected area 2-3 times per day until symptoms disappear. Make sure you massage the oil into the skin until it is completely absorbed. It rash continues a couple of days after you begin application, you should consult a physician or visit a local health clinic as soon as possible.

Most skin rashes are minor and come and go quickly, however, some are related to issues your body rejects - in that event use emu oil. For skin rashes, its best to apply as soon as possible and be diligent and patient.

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