Chamomile Tea

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Chamomile tea is well known as a beverage and its powerful effects on the body, but few people would associate it with skin health. However, the nutrients remain the same, including the strong antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds that make the tea so good internally. Brew a pot of tea and let the chamomile tea cool down. Then, apply it to the site of the rash with a cloth, and repeat this on and off for 20-30 minutes. The antioxidants and soothing nutrients of chamomile tea can take the “heat” out of a body rash and even inhibit the underlying infections that may be causing them.

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