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    **Shiza khan** Female

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    Default treatment of an armpit skin rash

    Keep your underarms dry. ...
    Avoid uses of deodorant, you might be allergic to its ingredients.
    Apply some homemade creams to avoid infections.
    Drink plenty of water, it will help you flush out toxins from body.
    Apply calamine cream on armpits to get relief from irritation and itching.

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    **Suruchi Puri** Female

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    Your armpit is a prime spot for bothering. You will be unable to see an armpit rash immediately, yet the tingle and aggravation can be horrendous now and again.

    Armpit rashes can be rough and red or textured and white. Numerous things can cause underarm rashes, and in like manner, numerous medications can address them. Deciding the reason for the rash makes it less demanding to discover alleviation.

    Armpit rashes can last from a couple of hours to a couple of months. Most rashes can be effectively treated with home cures or over-the-counter medicines. Be that as it may, it's imperative to comprehend what's making your rash before taking measures treat it and avert future rashes.

    For example, rashes caused by sweltering climate for the most part vanish rapidly. Rashes caused by your way of life or skin conditions may last more and may require particular medications.


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