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Skin Chafing / Razor Rash / Nappy/Diaper Rash
Razor rash or razor burn or ingrown hair
Razor rash or razor burn or ingrown hair is an irritation of the skin brought on by shaving.
The mild rash usually appears a few minutes after shaving and can sometimes be accompanied by razor bumps or pustules. Razor burn is common for people with sensitive skin who shave their face, underarms, pubic area or bikini line, beard or chest.
Nappy rash or diaper rash
Nappy rash also known as diaper dermatitis or diaper rash is a general term applied to skin rashes in the nappy/diaper area that are caused by various skin disorders or irritants, as well as infrequent diaper changes. Nappy rash can create a secondary infection with bacterial or fungal involvement. It is generally considered a form of irritant contact dermatitis. See (link to our webpage irritant contact dermatitis) for further information.
Skin chafing can occur when the skin becomes irritated through rubbing against another material, for example through sport when wearing protective clothing or motorcyclists wearing helmets etc. With skin chafing the skin becomes irritated and inflamed and there is sometimes a painful rash present.
Razor rash is frequently caused by shaving too closely, a blunt blade, dry shaving or being too rough when shaving. It can also just be prevalent for people with very sensitive skin who shave. To try and prevent razor rash keep skin moist whilst shaving, don’t apply too much pressure and shave along the grain. Don’t apply after-shave or cologne after shaving as the ingredients are often too harsh on the skin especially if you are prone to razor rash.
If you have a rash or irritated skin from shaving or if you are experiencing skin chafing you can treat with an anti-inflammatory cream or gel to soothe the skin and it may also be necessary to protect the skin from infection, depending on the severity of the condition.
With nappy rash it is important to treat the irritated and inflamed skin with an anti-inflammatory cream or gel. However, always treat inflamed skin, particularly that of a baby with a gentle product, as natural as possible, rather than a strong chemical based product which in itself could cause a reaction. It is also wise to prevent infection and in the case of nappy rash something that is also an anti-fungal would be beneficial.
SKLEER All in One Skin Corrective contains Eucalyptus oil, a well-known anti-inflammatory that is perfect for irritated or inflamed skin. The combination of essential oils in SKLEER: Eucalyptus, Tea Tree, Caraway, Cinnamon and Cardamom work synergistically. The proprietary gel formula takes the potent essential oils deep into the skin to assist in healing. The therapeutic power of SKLEER lies in the fact that the gel takes the natural ingredients to the lower levels of the skin for enhanced penetration and effectiveness.
For irritated skin, the oil of eucalyptus is both anti-inflammatory and a natural antiseptic, it is also a highly effective soothing agent for the skin. Caraway oil neutralizes the effects of histamine and as such can be very helpful in dissolving skin rashes. The SKLEER All in One Skin Corrective gel forms a protective layer on the skin to help lock moisture in and hence creates a perfect environment for healing.
The Cinnamon oil in SKLEER is both an antibacterial and antifungal agent making it a very effective treatment for infections. Tea Tree Oil is antibacterial, antimicrobial, antiviral and a natural antiseptic in addition to being a fungicide. This makes SKLEER All in One Skin Corrective a powerful product to use for nappy rash.
SKLEER contains no parabens, no harmful preservatives, no lanolin, no hydroquinone, no corticosteroids and is not tested on animals. The all natural formula is ideal for even the most sensitive of skins, all age groups and is suitable for babies and toddlers. Thanks to the unique patent pending formulation SKLEER All in One Skin Corrective is non-greasy.
Apply to affected skin area 3 times a day. In the case of shaving rash apply immediately following shaving and with nappy rash, each time you change baby’s diaper/nappy. SKLEER can be used as a nappy rash preventative.
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SKLEER must be kept cool (room temperature at 25 degrees celcius) and away from the sun.