14 Best Home Remedies For Skin Allergies | Causes And Symptoms

Use some common yet reliable solutions for soothing your skin and relieving the symptoms.

Medically reviewed by Dr. Hari Hara Sudhan, MD
Written by Shaheen Naser, MSc
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If your body breaks out in red, angry rashes after eating or touching something, then you probably have a skin allergy. A person develops a skin allergy when your immune system reacts to foreign substances that come in contact with your skin, resulting in itchy, red rashes. The good news is that simple home remedies and a low histamine diet can reduce the rashes and treat the condition effectively. In this article, we discuss the symptoms and causes along with a few skin allergy home remedies and foods that can cure your skin allergy quickly. Note: One of the simple steps of curing skin allergies is to recognise and stay away from the allergen(s). Read on to find out and pick the remedies that suit you best!

Home Remedies To Treat Skin Allergies Naturally

1. Aloe Vera

Woman holding freshly cut aloe vera leaf
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Aloe vera gel is known for its healing properties (1). It not only speeds up the healing of the affected area but also relieves the itchiness and redness with its anti-inflammatory activities (2).

You Will Need

Aloe vera gel

What You Have To Do

  1. Extract the gel from aloe vera leaves or purchase aloe vera gel.
  2. Apply it directly to the problem areas.
  3. Leave it on for at least 30 minutes before washing it off.

How Often You Should Do This

Do this 3 times every day for a couple of days.

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Ensure you remove the yellow sap or latex from the leaf when you are scoping out the aloe vera gel. This may reduce the risk of developing latex allergy.

2. Baking Soda

The alkaline nature of baking soda helps in restoring the lost pH of the affected skin and soothes itching and rashes (3), (4). This, in turn, speeds up the healing of your skin from an allergy.

You Will Need

What You Have To Do

  1. Mix a teaspoon of baking soda with a few drops of water to make a thick paste.
  2. Apply this paste to the affected skin.
  3. Leave it on for about 10 minutes, after which you can wash it off.

How Often You Should Do This

Do this multiple times daily for quick relief.

3. Coconut Oil

Coconut oil for treating skin allergies
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Coconut oil contains medium-chain fatty acids that have moisturizing properties (5). It also exhibits analgesici  XMedications that relieve various types of pain. There are two types: Anti-inflammatory and opioid analgesics. and anti-inflammatory activities that help relieve redness and itching caused by skin allergies (6).

You Will Need

100% virgin coconut oil

What You Have To Do

  1. Take a little virgin coconut oil and warm it by rubbing the oil between your palms.
  2. Apply the oil directly to the affected area and leave it on for 20 to 30 minutes.
  3. Wash it off and pat your skin dry.

How Often You Should Do This

Do this 3-4 times daily for a few days.

Note: Coconut oil is not suitable for all skin types. Therefore, do a patch test before using it on the affected area.

4. Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar contains acetic acid, which exhibits anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties (7), (8). These can help in treating skin allergies and protect your skin from infection. However, some studies show that apple cider vinegar can cause skin irritation (9).

You Will Need

  • 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar
  • 1 cup of water
  • Cotton pads

What You Have To Do

  1. Add a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar (ACV) to a cup of warm water.
  2. Mix well and soak a cotton ball in it.
  3. Apply it to the affected area and allow it to dry.
  4. Wash it off after 15 to 20 minutes.

How Often You Should Do This

Do this 2 times daily.

5. Essential Oils

a. Peppermint Oil

Peppermint oil can help treat skin allergies
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Peppermint oil contains menthol, which exhibits anti-inflammatory and numbing effects that offer immediate relief from swelling, redness, and itching (10), (11).

You Will Need

  • 6-7 drops of peppermint oil
  • 1 teaspoon of any carrier oil (coconut, olive, or jojoba oil)

What You Have To Do

  1. Add six to seven drops of peppermint oil to a teaspoon of any carrier oil.
  2. Mix well and apply this mixture to the affected area.
  3. Leave it on for 30 to 60 minutes and wash it off.

How Often You Should Do This

Do this 3-4 times every day for a couple of days.

b. Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil has excellent anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties (12). It can help provide immediate relief from inflammation and itchiness and also prevent further infection.

You Will Need

  • 6-7 drops of tea tree oil
  • 1 teaspoon of any carrier oil

What You Have To Do

  1. Add six to seven drops of tea tree oil to a teaspoon of any carrier oil.
  2. Mix well and apply the mixture topically to the affected skin.
  3. Leave it on for 30 to 60 minutes before washing it off.

How Often You Should Do This

Do this 3-4 times daily.

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You can also mix a few drops of tea tree oil in your moisturizer. Shake the bottle well before applying the mixture to the affected area. You can apply this three to four times a day.

6. Holy Basil (Tulsi)

Holy basil or tulsi exhibits potent antimicrobial activities that can protect your skin from microbial infections (13). It also has anti-inflammatory properties (14). This action of holy basil can help reduce the redness, swelling, and itchiness associated with a skin allergy.

You Will Need

  • A handful of holy basil leaves
  • Grinder

What You Have To Do

  1. Take a handful of holy basil leaves and wash them thoroughly.
  2. Blend the leaves in a grinder and apply the paste to your skin.
  3. Leave it on for 20 to 30 minutes and wash it off.

How Often You Should Do This

Do this multiple times daily for a few days.

7. Manuka Honey

Manuka honey can soothe skin allergies
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Manuka honey possesses powerful immunoregulatory and antimicrobial properties (15). It not only accelerates the healing of rashes resulting from an allergy but also provides relief from itching and redness. It is a natural humectant that helps reduce skin irritation (16).

You Will Need

2-3 teaspoons of manuka honey

What You Have To Do

  1. Apply manuka honey directly to the rash and leave it on for 20 to 30 minutes.
  2. Wash it off.

How Often You Should Do This

Do this 3-4 times every day for a few days or until you notice a difference in your skin.

Kim Steutermann Rogers, a writer and blogger, got a skin rash on her eyes after peeling a green mango. Although she didn’t immediately notice any side effects, her eyes got an itchy, burning sensation. She attributes it to the urushiol present in the sap of the mango tree. She tried to soothe the pain and itching with honey. She writes, “So, I tried the honey—a few dabs above each eye. And in the 24 steps it took for me to get from kitchen to bed, the itching, the burning, the urge to gouge out my eyes went away. Immediately. Completely. Miraculously. Easily (i).”

8. Guava Leaves

Guava leaves contain ethanolic extracts that exhibit strong anti-inflammatory properties (17). This can relieve the itchy and red rashes caused by skin allergies.

You Will Need

  • A bunch of guava leaves
  • Water

What You Have To Do

  1. Wash the bunch of guava leaves.
  2. Crush the leaves and add them to a tub filled with water.
  3. Soak in the water for 20 to 30 minutes.
  4. Pat your skin dry.
  5.  Alternatively, you can grind the guava leaves and apply the paste directly to the affected skin.

How Often You Should Do This

Do this 2 times daily.

9. Ginger

Ginger, a herbal product, exhibits anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties (18). Hence, it can work wonders in treating a skin allergy and soothing the inflammation and itchiness associated with it.

You Will Need

  • A slice of ginger
  • 1 cup of water
  • Cotton balls

What You Have To Do

  1. Add a slice of ginger to a cup of water.
  2. Bring it to a boil in a saucepan and simmer for 5 minutes.
  3. Strain and let it cool.
  4. Dip a cotton ball in this ginger solution and apply it to the affected areas.
  5. Leave it on for 30 to 40 minutes before washing it off.

How Often You Should Do This

Do this 3-4 times daily.

10. Petroleum Jelly (Vaseline)

Petroleum jelly forms a protective layer on the affected area and can help prevent microbial infections. It also helps in keeping your skin moisturized, thereby speeding its recovery (19).

You Will Need

Petroleum jelly or Vaseline (as required)

What You Have To Do

  1. Apply petroleum jelly to the affected areas.
  2. Leave it on and reapply as necessary.

How Often You Should Do This

Do this for a day or two until your symptoms begin to disappear.

11. Lemon Juice

The anti-inflammatory nature of lemon juice helps relieve inflammation and redness, while its bactericidal properties prevent further infection to the affected area (20), (21).

You Will Need

  • ½ lemon
  • 1 cup of warm water
  • Cotton pads

What You Have To Do

  1. Squeeze out the juice from half a lemon into a cup of warm water.
  2. Mix well and soak a cotton ball in this solution.
  3. Apply it directly to the affected area and allow it to dry.
  4. Wash it off.

How Often You Should Do This

Do this multiple times daily for a few days.

12. Black Seed (Kalonji) Oil

Black seed oil for skin allergies
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Kalonji or black seed oil possesses powerful anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and antipruritici  XAn anti-itch medicine used to treat skin diseases that might cause excessive itching and thickened skin. properties that can be attributed to the presence of thymoquinone (22). These properties are extremely beneficial in the treatment of skin allergies.

You Will Need

Black seed oil (as required)

What You Have To Do

  1. Apply black seed oil directly to the affected area.
  2. Leave it on for 30 to 60 minutes before washing it off.

How Often You Should Do This

Do this multiple times daily for a few days.

13. Neem

Neem can alleviate itching, redness, and swelling with its anti-inflammatory activities. It also contains nimbidin, a natural antihistaminei  XA class of medications that work by inhibiting the effects of histamines (a chemical found in the body) to relieve allergy symptoms. , which helps in treating the skin as well as other allergies (23).

You Will Need

  • A few neem leaves (fresh or dried)
  • Grinder

What You Have To Do

  1. Take some neem leaves (fresh or dried) and grind them to make a fine paste.
  2. Apply this paste to the affected areas.
  3. Leave it on for 20 to 30 minutes before washing it off.

How Often You Should Do This

Do this 3-4 times daily for a couple of days or until you notice an improvement in your condition.

14. Vitamins And Minerals

Vitamins A, C, D and E are essential for healthy skin (24). They are powerful antioxidants that help in repairing damaged skin and also protect your skin from toxic reactions. Additionally, vitamin C boosts your immunity to skin allergies, and vitamin E manages inflammation and swelling with its anti-inflammatory properties.

To get more of these vitamins through your diet, you must consume foods like carrot, cauliflower, cabbage, beans, chickpeas, broccoli, garlic, Brussels sprouts, sweet potatoes, citrus fruits, berries, spinach, kale, sprouts, nuts, lentils, and legumes for proper nutrition. If you wish to take additional supplements for these nutrients like zinc, resveratrol, selenium, copper, iron, riboflavin, or melatonin, do so only after consulting a doctor.

Magnesium is a natural antihistamine (25). Taking it in supplement form can assist in alleviating allergy symptoms. You can also take omega-3 fatty acids, bromelain, and quercetin supplements to help alleviate the symptoms (26),(27), (28). Other vitamins and minerals like folate, vitamins B12 and B6, thiamine, niacin, pantothenic acid, biotin, choline, betaine, glutathione, and coenzyme Q10 are good for healing, protecting, hydrating, and nourishing your skin. You can also follow a gluten-free diet as it eliminates most allergens.

Other foods that you can include in your diet are fermented foods rich in probiotics, quinoa, and bone broth might help reduce allergic reactions (29). You can follow the tips mentioned below to help these remedies work even better.

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Prevention Tips

  • Avoid contact with the allergen, irritant, or chemicals that trigger your allergy like detergents, pesticides, insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, etc.
  • Water filtration and purification systems get rid of toxic substances in the water to protect your skin from reacting to these allergens.
  • If you have come into contact with a potential allergen, use a gentle soap to wash it off your skin.
  • Use a cold compress or take a cold shower to relieve mild itching.
  • Avoid wearing tight clothes. Instead, wear loose cotton clothing.
  • Avoid overexposure to sunlight to protect your skin from harmful UV rays and radiation.
  • Environmental control systems and cleaning gadgets like air purifiers, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, and vacuum cleaners can help get rid of dust mites, smoke, pollen, mold, etc.

Along with keeping the above tips in mind, you also need to pay attention to your diet. Listed below are some of the most common food allergens that are best avoided by those with skin allergy.

Foods To Avoid

The eight major food allergens that are known to cause a skin allergy are:

  • Milk and most dairy products
  • Eggs (poultry)
  • Fish
  • Shellfish
  • Tree nuts
  • Peanuts
  • Wheat
  • Soybeans, tofu, tempeh,
  • Citrus fruits
  • Seeds like pumpkin, sesame, sunflower

All allergy patients need not avoid the above foods. However, if you doubt your skin allergy is exacerbated by a certain food, it is better to avoid that.

Given below are the factors that cause a skin allergy.

What Causes A Skin Allergy?

Some of the most common causes of skin allergies are:

  • Nickel, a metal widely used in jewelry, cosmetics, soaps, shampoos, and lotion.
  • Other toxic substances like lead, mercury, formaldehyde, benzene, toluene, xylene, radon, and asbestos.
  • The latex used in clothing, condoms, balloons, and gloves.
  • Insect bites
  • Pet dander
  • Foods
  • Bug sprays and certain sunscreens
  • Medications like anti-itch creams and antibiotics
  • Fragrances
  • Cleaning products
  • Plants like poison ivy and stinging nettle
  • Lavender and peppermint essential oil

An online survey conducted on 2008 US adults found that 41.7% of American adults reported having allergies, out of which 41.4% reported skin allergies and 47.7% also reported experiencing skin reactions.

Let us now take a quick look at the symptoms that surface because of skin allergies.

Signs and Symptoms Of Skin Allergies

These symptoms are common to various allergic reactions. The following are the different types of skin allergies.

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Types Of Skin Rashes

  • Atopic dermatitis: A childhood disorder that causes red itchy rashes on the elbows and the back of the knees. When it turns severe, the face is affected.
  • Seborrheic dermatitis: This type of skin allergy results in red, scaly, and itchy lesions that mostly affect the scalp, forehead, brows, cheeks, and external ears.
  • Contact dermatitis: A skin allergy brought about by contact with certain chemicals that an individual may be allergic to. The wrist due to a watch, or the finger due to a ring might be affected.
  • Diaper rash: A type of irritant contact dermatitis that mostly affects infants and some adults who wear diapers soiled with feces and urine for too long. Fungal infection or yeast can also cause diaper rash.
  • Stasis dermatitis: An oozy skin allergy that occurs on the lower legs of individuals who have chronic swelling due to poor blood circulation and/or poor lymphatic drainage.
  • Nummular eczema: An oozy skin allergy that surfaces as coin-shaped plaques on extremely dry skin during the winter.
  • Drug eruptions: Certain antibiotics and pain relievers could produce allergic skin reactions as a side effect.

Understanding the cause and type of skin allergy may help you treat it successfully. But if home remedies fail to work, consult your doctor for other treatment options. Check out the next section to learn more.

Medical Treatments For Skin Allergies

Your doctor may prescribe any one or a combination of the following medications to reduce inflammation and itching and combat infection:

  • Antibiotic pills or ointments (30)
  • Topical steroids like hydrocortisone cream (31)
  • Antihistamines (32)
  • Topical calcineurin inhibitors (33)

In case you are unaware of what you are allergic to, your doctor may also prescribe allergy tests to identify the trigger. They may then put you on the appropriate treatment.

Infographic: Tips For Managing Skin Allergies

Exposure to allergens like certain foods, metals (like nickel), or synthetic fragrances in products may trigger an allergic reaction. You can use simple ingredients from your kitchen and indulge in some holistic therapies for stress management to soothe your allergies. We have also listed a few tips to help you manage your skin allergy better. Check out the infographic below to know more!

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Skin allergy may result from exposure to allergens like nickel, latex, insect bites, certain foods, fragrances, and plants like poison ivy. Opt for skincare and makeup products rich in prebiotics to reduce swelling and protect you from future flare-ups. It often manifests as rashes, itchiness, redness, dry and scaly skin, and fluid-filled blisters. Common foods that may cause skin allergies include shellfish, milk, eggs, wheat, soybean, peanuts, and wheat. In addition to avoiding these foods and steering clear of other known allergens and products with harsh chemicals, you may use certain skin allergy treatments at home for symptomatic relief like ice packs and heat pad compressions. Aloe vera gel, coconut oil, baking soda, manuka honey, holy basil, turmeric (curcumin), chamomile tea, butterbur, elderberry, and eucalyptus essential oil are some effective natural ingredients and ways that can alleviate itchiness and discomfort. Making some lifestyle changes and indulging in acupuncture, yoga, meditation,or exercise may help reduce and treat skin allergies. Other than the above-mentioned treatments and therapies, getting enough sleep, and maintaining hygiene is the best way to tackle skin allergies. If your condition doesn’t improve, allergen testing and elimination are the only way to avoid flare-ups.

Frequently Asked Questions

What happens to your body when you have a food allergy?

When you have a food allergy, your immune system reacts by producing antibodies called immunoglobulin E (IgE). They travel to your cells and initiate a cascade of chemicals, causing an allergic reaction. This release causes symptoms in the nose, lungs, sinuses, throat, ears, and skin. There are also IgG delayed food allergy symptoms.

How long does it take for an allergic reaction to go away?

For most allergic reactions, the symptoms begin to fade away within a few hours after the allergen has been removed. They usually clear completely in about two days.

Which medicine works best for skin allergies?

Your doctor might prescribe antihistamines or topical creams containing hydrocortisone to treat skin allergies. However, antihistamines can cause drowsiness, and long-term use of hydrocortisone causes thinning skin. You can opt for alternative therapies like homeopathy, acupressure, or reflexology (34). You can also consider immunotherapy (allergen desensitization),ozone therapy, sauna, or hydrotherapy to help manage the symptoms (35),( 36), (37), (38).

Which is the best cream for a skin allergy?

You can use anti-itch creams containing hydrocortisone or safer applications like calamine lotion. If you are looking for natural alternatives, any of the above remedies will do the trick.

Which soap works best for a skin allergy?

Soaps containing oatmeal, like Aveeno, or olive oil are great for those with skin allergy. Cetaphil soap is another good option.

How long can a skin allergy last?

Skin allergies usually remedy on their own within a week or two, but treatment may make you feel better in the meantime. However, in case of severe symptoms, such as breathing difficulty or puffiness in your throat, dial 911 immediately.

How do you treat skin allergies in babies?

Anecdotal evidence suggests that a fragrance-free hydrating moisturizer or ointment may help if the child’s skin is dry. In addition, topical steroid creams are often recommended by doctors.

When should I be concerned about a skin allergy?

In case of a recurring condition, or if the skin doesn’t clear up within a few weeks. Immediate medical assistance may be required if a rash is followed by a fever, breathing difficulties, pain, blistering, peeling, or swelling, or if a rash develops and spreads too quickly all over the body, or creates rings.

What does diabetic skin rash look like?

Diabetic patients frequently develop skin rash that appears as red or brown lines, or spherical patches on the skin. Although it doesn’t hurt, it could be itchy.

Key Takeaways

  • Aloe vera has soothing properties that may relieve skin allergy symptoms.
  • Coconut oil has anti-inflammatory properties to manage allergies.
  • Neem contains a natural antihistamine that may soothe skin allergies.
  • Avoid consuming foods such as peanuts, fish, and tree nuts, as they may induce allergies in the skin.


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