Which is a good soap to treat an irritable skin that itches and turns into a rash.

Irritable skin remedies

If you have sensitive skin which reacts by itching or getting rashes to just about anything, you should be particularly careful about what products you apply on your skin. This does not extend itself to soap alone. Even the creams and lotions or any other kinds of cleansing or other type of products should be chosen and used with great care, otherwise you could suffer from painful and annoying rashes. For all such skin types, it is generally recommended that you use completely organic and natural products. These are the best bet for you to not suffer unnecessarily.

As far as soap is concerned, carbolic contributes to the harshest substance present in soap. So you must try to find a soap that does not have any carbolic in it. Soaps that contain this substance tend to clean more effectively, but use a harsher method of cleaning than other, milder soaps. Try to choose a natural or organic soap that has a lanolin base instead. This will work better for sensitive skin. Also, you must remember to always stick to products that have the hypo allergenic stamp on them. This will ensure that you do not have any kind of allergic reactions to the product, thus eliminating most of your problems.

answered by G M

It is not possible for us to recommend any particular soap for you, but if you have sensitive skin, you should use the mildest soap possible. You will need to try the various options that are available to you, and see which one suits your skin the best. If your skin begins to itch and develop a rash whenever you use a soap, you should try to find out exactly what substance in the soap it is reacting to.

You basically seem to have some sort of allergy, so it would be a good idea to visit a doctor who specializes in allergies. The best way to handle an allergy is to determine what substance or substances you are allergic to, and then avoid them as far as possible. The doctor will be able to investigate your medical history and symptoms thoroughly, recommend any blood tests if necessary, and based on all this data, will identify the allergens. You will then need to keep away from these substances to whatever extent you can. If you are allergic to all soaps, you will need to find another alternative. There are several other options available today including cleansing gels and lotions which may be more suited to your skin.

answered by M W

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