Baking Soda for Skin Rash:    Skin rashes are breakouts of the skin that caused due to any underlying medical condition or allergies or getting contact with any irritating substance.    Baking soda balances the skin pH level to relieve you from itching. It also has an anti-inflammatory property that provides relief from the redness, irritation, and discomfort caused by skin rashes. It also dries out the rash for getting faster relief.

Baking Soda for Skin Rash: Skin rashes are breakouts of the skin that caused due to any underlying medical condition or allergies or getting contact with any irritating substance. Baking soda balances the skin pH level to relieve you from itching. It also has an anti-inflammatory property that provides relief from the redness, irritation, and discomfort caused by skin rashes. It also dries out the rash for getting faster relief.

Baking Soda for Skin Rash:    Skin rashes are breakouts of the skin that caused due to any underlying medical condition or allergies or getting contact with any irritating substance.    Baking soda balances the skin pH level to relieve you from itching. It also has an anti-inflammatory property that provides relief from the redness, irritation, and discomfort caused by skin rashes. It also dries out the rash for getting faster relief.

Baking Soda for Skin Rash: Skin rashes are breakouts of the skin that caused due to any underlying medical condition or allergies or getting contact with any irritating substance. Baking soda balances the skin pH level to relieve you from itching. It also has an anti-inflammatory property that provides relief from the redness, irritation, and discomfort caused by skin rashes. It also dries out the rash for getting faster relief.

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diy oatmeal bath--put about 1/4 cup of oats in panty hose (or a sock--that's what I did.) Tie it off, and let it float in your bathwater as it's filling.  Add 1 TBSP baking soda to bath, too.  Use the sock with the oats to wash.  VERY soothing; great for eczema.

diy oatmeal bath--put about 1/4 cup of oats in panty hose (or a sock--that's what I did.) Tie it off, and let it float in your bathwater as it's filling. Add 1 TBSP baking soda to bath, too. Use the sock with the oats to wash. VERY soothing; great for eczema.

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