Natural remedies?

I need to find a remedy for rash on a toddler. Have tried the doctor’s stuff and has not worked. So if you have any idea’s on how I can make some kind of a cream I would greatly appreciate it. I would like to natural herbs of course. Thank you for your help.
It is my friends son. They have been using the same detergent since he was born. It is spots here and there threw out the body and it itches really bad. I know some about herbalism but I am having a hard time finding a reciepe for what I need. I just hate seeing a 1 yr old all itchy. Thanks for the help


  • Ohio Healer

    Burt’s has got a whole all-natural baby care line. I’ve heard it’s excellent. You should be able to find it at your local health food store.

  • luvz2puff

    A good oatmeal bath never hurt… Good luck..

  • j_d_mac_vieau

    Have you tried tea tree and aloe lotions together. They both heal skin nicely.

  • Corn starch should help. You need to find what is causing the rash. It may be an allergic reaction to something and that is why the meds don’t seem to be working. I just had to change detergents as I had a rash that would not go away. Took me a while to figure out it was the detergent.

  • Wandermind

    You can try something obvious. Preparation H.

    It has witchhazel, and nothing to do with witches. It’s an old remedy for rashes on bottoms.

    Please describe the rash.

  • There’s a product called "Abolene", which is an application "skin cleanser and moisturizer." Generally found in section where Cetaphil and other skin sensisitve lotions are shelved. It was effective on our 8 year old son’s unexplainable and seemingly untreatable skin rashes. Applied to the exposed areas daily cleared the rashes. Occasionally the rashes reappear, after swimming. The Abolene works.

  • Check this web site. They have a good natural products. My daughter use to have a rash and this product has helped.
    Body Series® Nature Shower® Hand & Body Lotion
    SKU: E-9797
    12.7 fl. oz.
    Sugg. Retail: $5.95
    Product Description
    Smoothes rough, chapped skin
    Net weight: 375 mL / 12.7 fl. oz.
    Water, Isopropyl Myristate, Stearic Acid, Glycerin, Cetyl Esters, Glyceryl Stearate, PEG-100 Stearate, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Stearamide DEA, Triethanolamine, Carbomer, Fragrance, Hydrolyzed Wheat Starch, Imidazolidinyl Urea, Methylparaben, Propylparaben

  • frank m

    Try honey,My son when little had a rash that wouldnt go,tried everything till someone suggested honey and it cleared very quick.

  • captain ron

    i think you should still change the washing powders never hurts to be safe

  • ok


  • Mad Roy

    GNC has some vitamin creams. Try some ADE cream and alternate it a couple of times a day with some Vitamin C cream.
    Sneak a child’s multivtamin into the toddler’s food. Can’t hurt; may help! Good luck!

  • neo-liberal ultra conservative

    I would highly recommend visiting a Homeopath in your area. All of the above posts do not take into account the "why" of the rash. They are only treating the symptom. There is an underlying weakness that needs to be addressed. Email me privately and I may know someone in your area.

  • agarcia

    This inf. maybe help you with your rash.

    What Is Eczema?

    Eczema, (also known as atopic dermatitis in its extreme form), is an itchy rash that occurs on the hands, arms, legs, and neck, but can cover the entire body in extreme cases. Atopic dermatitis is frequently caused by allergens. Prolonged exposure to the allergens may aggravate the itchy rash and cause additional discomfort.

    Eczema – Atopic Dermatitis

    Atopic dermatitis is the most severe and chronic type of eczema. This disorder produces skin inflammation and interferes with the skin’s ability to retain adequate moisture. Even though it looks like it is, atopic dermatitis is not contagious.

    It can occur at any age, but is most prevalent in infants to young adults. It is a hereditary condition which affects approximately ten percent of infants and three percent of the overall population of the United States, according to the American Academy of Dermatology.

    There are typically three stages in eczema – atopic dermatitis, each with fairly distinctive features.

    The first infant stage, appears between birth and the age of two;

    The second childhood stage appears between the ages of two and 12; and

    The third adult stage appears from the age of 12 and up.

    This condition, sixty percent of the time, develops in the first year of life, but rarely appears during the first two months. In babies, the rash usually starts on the face and places that are easy to scratch and rub, like the elbows and knees.

    Eighty-five percent of the time it develops before the age of five. In older children, atopic dermatitis commonly appears in the creases of the body — eyelids, neck, behind the ears, at the elbows, and behind the knees.

    Often the tendency to have atopic dermatitis fades during childhood, but it can cause a life-long tendency to have dry skin that is easily irritated. The face and hands are more likely to be affected in adults.

    Even though certain ages have areas that are most commonly affected, atopic dermatitis can occur anywhere on the body.

    Seventy-five percent of those who have eczema also have other allergic disorders. Approximately 30 percent have asthma, and up to 60 percent experience hayfever. This is often referred to as the atopic triad.

    Many workers are at an increased risk for allergic dermatitis because they are exposed to many known allergens and irritants.


    People with atopic dermatitis, asthma or hay fever are born with too many reactive inflammatory cells in the skin. When something triggers them, the over-reactive inflammatory cells don’t "turn off" as they should.

    Many factors play a part in atopic dermatitis. The people afflicted can have flare-ups when their skin comes in contact with allergens, as well as irritants. Cosmetics, dry skin, emotional stress, heat, excessive sweating, fabrics (such as wool and polyester), and infections can trigger an attack.

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