There is nothing more annoying than a chronic itch that will only get worse when scratched. 

 

That is the worst part of getting the chickenpox, as your poor little bubs will want to scratch constantly, but they simply cannot. 

 

Thankfully, there are some wonderful home remedies that will relieve the itch caused by chickenpox:

 

1. Honey

Honey is naturally antiviral and anti-inflammatory. It will kill the virus that causes chickenpox, while also reducing itching, redness, and pain. It also prevent scars when applied regularly.

 

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2. Oatmeal bath

Oatmeal is antiviral and anti-inflammatory. It relieves pain and itching while helping to combat the virus that causes chickenpox. It also helps prevent post-chickenpox scarring, which is great news. 

 

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3. Brown vinegar

Brown vinegar contains acetic acid that will kill off the virus that causes chickenpox. It also dries out blisters, so they will go away faster.

 

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4. Sandalwood oil

Sandalwood oil and turmeric are antibacterial and antiviral. They will help kill the virus that causes chickenpox, while also relieving inflammation and itching.

 

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5. Baking soda 

Baking soda restores the skin’s alkaline balance and proper pH levels, which will relieve the severe itching caused by chickenpox.

 

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