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Home Remedies for Impetigo



Impetigo is a skin infection caused by the bacteria streptococcus or staphylococcus aureus. It appears in the form of blisters on the nose, mouth, hands and face. It is more common in children who live in unhygienic conditions. Impetigo, a contagious bacterial infection is very common among children. You should know the simple home remedies for impetigo and start the treatment as soon as you suspect the same. The disease is visible as a blister or a red sore on the skin.

There are two types of impetigo - bullous and non bullous. It is mainly caused by Staphylococcus Aureus bacteria or Group A Streptococcus bacteria or may be due to both of them. These bacteria may enter your skin through cuts or pre existing lesions. This bacterial infection forms large blisters filled with fluid and is large in size. They occur generally around the mouth and nose. Home remedies for impetigo is safe for healing these infections.

The blisters caused due to streptococcus appear like raw skin, and a kind of fluid comes out from them. Later the area turns yellowish or brown. The kinds of blisters that occur from staphylococcus are large and are filled with clear fluid. This fluid however does not flow out easily as the blisters take longer to burst. Since impetigo is contagious, it is best not to share clothes or other belongings of the infected child.

Some simple precautions and home remedies for impetigo can avoid it from spreading and also help in relieving the itching. The clothes of the affected person should be rinsed properly as the remains of the detergents may cause irritation on the affected area. The linen and towels should be washed properly too. The toys and other items of the children should be kept clean to prevent impetigo from reoccurring. Care should be taken that children do not touch other parts of the body after scratching on the affected area as this could spread it further.

Children should be taught to take bath daily with antibacterial soaps to keep the blisters clean and dry. Nails of the children should be cut to prevent them from scratching the affected area. The blisters can be covered with gauge bandage or cloth to prevent them from being scratched or passed on to others.

Home remedies for impetigo may cure the complications within three weeks. The disease is generally spread through the sores and nasal discharges of an infected individual. The risk increases if you are engaged in wrestling or football as you have to come in direct contact with the other player. Insect bites or any allergic reaction which is caused by poison ivy, pre existing eczema may also cause this irritation. However, the disease might crop up on healthy skin as well. Hence, it is very important to acquire proper knowledge and start the home remedies for impetigo.

The disease may spread through towels, utensils, toys of common use. Hence, the primary step which is listed in the home remedies for impetigo is to maintain a good hygiene. If you are suffering from this infection, you should use medicated soaps, take bath daily. Do not use same cloth while drying the other parts of your body. Tea tree oil is very helpful in curing the disease; mix the oil in water for bathing followed by an application of calamine lotion. Turnip is also a beneficial product enlisted in the home remedies for impetigo. Chop turnip and immerse in vinegar or rice water for six hours and then consume the same.



You should strictly follow the home remedies for impetigo for better and effective results. You can make a paste of Vaseline and cornstarch and apply on the infected area. Vaseline will sore the irritation of the skin and cornstarch will dry up the rashes. You may also use calendula cream after your bath. Taking bath in every four hours may be a necessity if your case is a severe one. You should always be careful with your infected areas and should never scratch them. The home remedies for impetigo are not enough to cure the infection unless you stop going outdoors as long as you get cured completely.

The list of home remedies for impetigo also includes another mixture which is made by mixing 50 grams of Aloe Gel, twelve drops of Patchouli oil and twelve drops of lemon grass. You may apply the mixture thrice daily on your infected area. Extracts of African Potato, Buchu and Mentha Piperita are very helpful in keeping your immune system strong as well as healthy. Hence, consumption of these herbs may help you to fight the disease from inside. You may also use an application of hydrogen peroxide (three parts of water and one part of three percent peroxide) for removing the crusts as it will cure the same rapidly. Try these remedies for impetigo and it would definitely combat the disease.

Aloe Vera gel is a great healer for impetigo. It can be applied 4-5 times in a day on the affected area to give relief from itching.

Garlic oil or Olive oil can be easily obtained from any drugstore and this can be applied on the affected area to reduce its severity and cure in a few days. Tea tree oil or grapefruit seeds are also an effective home remedy for impetigo.

A little apple cider vinegar can be mixed in four times water, and this solution can be used to cleanse the impetigo to avoid further itching.

A solution can be prepared by taking one-fourth rosemary leaves and one-fourth thyme. This can then be mixed to 2 cups of water and then boiled. When the solution is reduced to half the quantity, it can be cooled and used to cleanse the affected area.

Lots of water should be consumed and an all fruit diet is recommended for the first 3-4 days. Later a balanced diet is suggested, but care should be taken to avoid beverages like tea and coffee and fried foods should be strictly kept away.

Antibiotics are the best cures for impetigo. It can either be consumed orally with a doctor's prescription or antibiotic creams can be applied on the affected area. The bathing soap used too should be antibiotic. If a child has fever along with impetigo, he should be taken to a doctor without delay.



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