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How to Identify & Treat that Itchy Red Rash

Another great post from – Natural remedies for eczema to soothe your itchy little world..

By Laura Dolgy (bio below)

Although there are many types of eczema, such as dry, weeping or scaly, most cases always end up being itchy and developing some sort of red rash. However, there are also several other skin conditions that can cause an itchy red rash. This week, we take a deeper look into what that rash can be and provide ideas for itchy red rash treatments that will have you feeling better before you know it!

Please keep in mind that although these treatments can relieve eczema, we are in no way medical professionals. If you’re experiencing severe eczema symptoms like fever or an infection, it is best to seek medical advice immediately.

So, you’re experiencing irritated, red and itchy skin, but you have NO idea what it can be. If you’re not already suffering from eczema, there are a few reasons WHY you might be developing an itchy red rash.


Do you think you might be suffering from eczema, but you’re not sure where to turn? Eczema can have several symptoms including an itchy red rash, but there are also some eczema sufferers that experience thick, dry or oozing eczema. To learn more about different types of dermatitis, check out our blog post: How to Identify The Type of Dermatitis You Have.

Eczema is difficult (not impossible) to cure, but if you’re looking for immediate relief for itchy red rash treatments that are natural and comforting, make sure to check out these natural remedies for itchy, red, dry eczema. 


If you’re developing a rash that appears to be thick and flaky, then you might want to see your doctor for a possible psoriasis diagnosis. Psoriasis is an autoimmune condition that results in thick, flaky skin that can be quite uncomfortable and possibly embarrassing.

To keep skin from flaking off, it’s best to opt for a natural, thick moisturizer that can improve the skin’s barrier. To help soothe extra flaky skin, try out this thick and soothing natural treatment: YoRo Naturals Organic Manuka Skin Soothing Cream. Not only does it help with keeping skin moisturized, but it also has anti-inflammatory properties as well!

For more itchy red rash treatments to specifically soothe psoriasis, check out these natural remedies for psoriasis.


If you’re experiencing constant red rashes on your nose, cheeks, forehead or chin, then you might be suffering from rosacea.

Although rosacea is a long-term skin condition that can be quite frustrating to control, there are many natural treatments out there that can decrease the symptoms associated with flare-ups such as redness and itchiness.

A great product we wholeheartedly suggest is Bodyceuticals Coconut Aloe Moisturizing Serum. This serum works wonderfully for rosacea because of both the coconut oil and aloe vera. Many rosacea sufferers swear by coconut oil, as it provides essential acids to the skin without causing the skin to breakout. Aloe vera is also a wonderful natural remedy for rosacea, as it helps provide an anti-inflammatory effect, as well as much needed moisture for irritated skin.

Alternatively, Bodyceuticals Organic Aloe Vera Skin Soothing Spray is also great for rosacea, as it contains organic calendula flowers that are anti-inflammatory. Want an extra special treat? Pop this treatment into the fridge and spray it on your irritated skin for a super cooling effect.

For more treatments to relieve the redness and itchiness associated with rosacea, check out these natural remedies for rosacea.

Hives/Heat Rash

Another reason for a red itchy rash can be due to hives or heat rash. Hives are the body’s reaction to certain allergens, while heat rash is often produced by sweat glands becoming inflamed.

Hives can be a little difficult to treat, as normally they are caused by a certain internal or external allergen. If you think you might be suffering from hives and your doctor is not able to determine the cause, there are a variety of tests you can carry out to determine what might be the culprit.

Read More: Which Food Allergy Test Is Right For You?

Firstly, you can try an elimination diet, to figure out whether you might be reacting to certain foods. Of course, always make sure to consult your doctor before drastically changing your diet.

Alternatively, you can keep a health journal to determine what external factor might be causing your hives. A new pet, certain clothing materials or seasonal allergies can all affect the body.

On the other end, heat rash is a little more difficult to treat, but very easy to avoid. Make sure to keep sun exposure to a minimum and keep your sweat glands dry if possible. The best treatment for heat rash is time, as it might take a little while for the body to recover from heat exposure, yet it is possible to also get comfort with natural remedies like aloe vera. Again, using a cooling spray like Bodyceuticals’ Organic Aloe Vera Skin Soothing Spray can keep skin soothed while helping with inflammation.

Poison Ivy or Bug Bites

Before thinking about a chronic skin condition, ask yourself – have you recently been bitten or in contact with poison ivy? Both poison ivy and bug bite rashes can be easily mistaken for a more serious condition, but they are much easier to treat.

For both these ailments, make sure to opt for anti-itch treatment such as this ZiZai Little Itchy Red Rash Treatment made with specific Chinese herbs that focus on relieving itchy and red skin. It can be used on adults, children and even pets! It makes a great first aid ointment to keep on hand.

Contact & Textile Dermatitis

Contact dermatitis occurs when you are directly exposed to an allergen via the skin and then a topical reaction occurs, usually red and itchy. Although symptoms for contact dermatitis are quite similar to atopic dermatitis, this type of eczema can be cleared quickly by pinpointing what allergens are causing the reaction and eliminating them. Some of the more common allergens include, but are not limited too nickel, personal care products, pollen or even certain medications.

Something else that is quite common these days is an allergy to various textile materials. For an idea of textiles that can be causing your skin to react, check out our blog post: Your Guide to Textile Dermatitis: Latex Hypersensitivity & Polyester Allergy Explained

If you have already been diagnosed with eczema, psoriasis or rosacea but are not sure what might be causing the itchy red rash, check out our blog post on elimination diets. Many people with varying skin conditions have found much relief through this process by learning which foods trigger their flare-ups.

Got a rash you can’t figure out? Share with us in the comments below!

Bio: Laura is a contributor and content developer for It’s An Itchy Little World. She is in no way a medical professional. Her comments, suggestions, and reflections are not intended to replace any medical advice. Always seek the help of a medical professional before undertaking any diet or lifestyle changes. Please see It’s An Itchy Little World’s disclaimer for information about affiliate links and more.

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500g lean minced beef

1 egg

100g gluten free breadcrumbs

10g of basil leaves

10g oregano

1 packet of Fodmap Easy roasted vegetable pasta sauce

200g of dry polenta

60g parmesan




Place the mince in a bowl and add chopped herbs, egg and breadcrumbs and some seasoning, mix well. Roll into even sized meatballs – I made about 14 from the full mix. Set them aside.

Fry the meatballs in a dry non stick frying pan till browned.

Add the meatballs to a casserole dish with the sauce mix and 300mls of water. Place in an oven at gas mark 5 or 190 degrees C. Cook for 1 hour.

Using the directions on the packet for 200g of polenta add water to a pan and bring to the boil and pour in the polenta whilst stirring. Add extra liquid if needed to form a thick sauce, add parmesan (retain a small amount for serving) and seasoning (not much salt needed here!) to taste.


Serves 4 for a main meal.

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