How to Heal Heat Rash: Natural Remedies and Prevention Tips
After going outside, you might develop a red, itchy rash that has nothing to do with bug bites, bee stings, or poison ivy. And, no, it's not sunburn either. Each summer, many people develop heat rash in high temperatures, especially if they're outside for long periods of time.
Fortunately, heat rash looks and feels much worse than it is insofar as it doesn't have long-lasting effects — or stick around for that long if you treat it. In severe cases, you may have to seek medical attention, but, in most cases, natural, at-home remedies can heal most forms of heat rash. Here's everything you need to know to beat the heat this summer.