Homemade remedies for rash eruptions on head

There may be several causes for these rash-like eruptions on your scalp. Your question does not clearly describe the symptoms, and until the symptoms and causes are properly ascertained and understood, it is quite difficult to suggest appropriate remedies. It is important to find out the answers to a few basic questions regarding your skin condition. Do you have a dry scalp condition? Or do you have rashes on other parts of the body as well? Does the rash on your scalp cause any itching or pain?

Here are a few possible causes that may be responsible for these rashes on your scalp. The most common causes of rashes are dermatitis and psoriasis. fungal infections of the scalp or the presence of head lice may also lead to rashes. For proper treatment, it is necessary to diagnose your condition properly. You should consult a dermatologist, get your condition diagnosed properly, and follow appropriate medical remedies.

Meanwhile, you can also try out a few home remedies that may be helpful. The first, and the most important, thing to do is to keep your hair and scalp clean. Wash your hair regularly with a mild shampoo. Apply an herbal oil on your scalp each night before going to sleep. Coconut oil, Indian gooseberry oil, tea tree oil, and neem oil are considered to be good for a healthy scalp. You can also add a little bit of lemon juice with these oils and gently massage your scalp. Apple cider vinegar can also be used as an effective replacement for lemon juice.

You should also ensure that you follow a healthy and nutritious diet. Since you have mentioned that applying ointment on your head is difficult, it becomes even more important for you to take special care of your diet. As far as possible, eat plenty of raw vegetables and fresh fruits. You can also make fresh juices of vegetables and fruits and drink them regularly. Raw salads, soups, boiled and steamed vegetables should also be eaten in good amount. Besides these you should eat whole grains, cereals, spouts, and nuts. Add good amount of raw flax seed oil and olive oil to your salads as they are rich in essential fatty acids. As far as possible, do not cook the flax seed oil or olive oil because heating them will break up the essential fatty acids and a lot of the nutritional value is thus lost. Finally, make sure that you drink a sufficient amount of water throughout the day to keep your skin healthy and properly hydrated.

answered by M W

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