8 Home Remedies For Underarm Rash Pictures

Underarm Rash Pictures

A change in the texture, appearance, or color of the skin is termed as a rash. The armpit rash pictures, or the armpit rashes, affect the skin beneath the arm. They affect people of all ages. While in some people the symptoms only last for a few days, in others they seem to be there, forever. When affected by the condition, the skin turns to red color, becomes disheveled with patches, and may even have a foul smell. Armpit rash gets formed when something irritates the body area for a long period of time. The body region starts to itch, may have the pus accumulation, and may also be a source of pain. Food allergies, contact dermatitis, chemical allergies, eczema, Candida, insect bite, poison ivy, and a reaction to metal contact, may be the cause of the armpit rash. Some diseases, including strep throat, ringworm infection, chicken pox, impetigo, and measles, among others, can also cause the armpit rash. Rashes, when accompanied by breathing difficulty, fever, throat constriction, swelling in the facial region, change in consciousness, among others, call for immediate medical attention. Fortunately, most of the times armpit rashes are not life threatening, and other extreme complications do not accompany them. This condition can be easily treated with the remedies. The remedies remove the redness, irritation, bad smell, and itchiness that is caused by the rash.

Here Are 8 Home Remedies For Underarm Rash Pictures

1. Aloe Vera

The viscous Aloe Vera gel acts as a painkiller. It has the mono-polysaccharides that have anti-septic, anti-fungal, cooling, and soothing properties. To heal the skin suffering from rashes, cut an aloe vera leaf, and obtain its gel. Apply the gel on the armpit area that has the red rashes. Let it sit for around 30 minutes, and then rinse. You can follow the remedy 2 times during the day, for a few days, until the pain, and itchiness are gone, and the rashes are no longer visible.[1]

Aloe Vera

2. Baking Soda

Baking soda, has the unique neutralizing and soothing properties. It also exerts an anti-inflammatory influence on the area of application, and can reduce the itchiness and pain caused by the armpit rashes. To remove the rashes, make paste of the baking soda, by adding a few drops of water in it. Apply the paste on the affected skin area. Let the application sit, until it gets dried completely. Later rinse using cold and clean water. Make the remedy twice a day, until the skin texture normalizes.[2]

 Baking Soda

3. Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple Cider Vinegar, or AVC, is a known remedy for overcoming the symptoms of Eczema. It contains Malic acid, which does not allow the bacteria and fungi to grow on the rash affected skin. ACV is also a potent astringent and antiseptic. Apply raw and pure ACV on the affected armpit skin area, 3 times during the day, at regular intervals. In a few days, the armpit rashes will fail to exist anymore.[3]

Apple Cider Vinegar

4. Ice

The application of ice on the affected area of the skin numbs the region, and offers fast relief from pain. The application will also lower the itching. To remove the symptoms, wrap a few ice cubes in clean cloth, and place the bag on the affected armpit region, for as long as it is comfortable. Alternatively, you can also use a cloth soaked in ice water for the purpose. Remember that frequent drying and wetting will dry the affected skin more, so keep it cool, and a bit moist.


5. Wear Cotton Clothes

When affected by the condition, wear only cotton clothes. Synthetic and woolen garments will irritate the region, and will cause itchiness. The cotton clothes remain airy, and cool the affected skin.

Wear Cotton Clothes

6. Vitamin E

The Vitamin E supplement capsules are sold as an OTC product, at the pharmacy stores. If the rash is dry, open a capsule, and apply the ingredients on the rash directly. Make the remedy twice or thrice during the day, until the rash is completely gone. You will find that the pain, inflammation, and itching are lowered, from the first day of the application itself.

Vitamin E

7. Oatmeal

Oatmeal can lower the itchiness. Add one handful of the powdered oatmeal to your bathtub before bathing. Soak your body in the tube, once you have mixed the oatmeal into the bathing water.  Make the remedy once everyday.


8. Tea Tree Oil

Armpit rashes that are caused by the insect bites, can be easily removed by the use of the Tea Tree Oil. The essential oils found in oil have anti-bacterial and antiseptic properties, and lower the pain and inflammation. Apply a few drops of the oil on the affected skin area of the armpit, once or twice a day, until the skin recovers fully.[8]

 Tea Tree Oil