Skin Inflammation

Skin inflammation and top 7 effective ways to reduce it

Once in a while, we all have suffered from some kind of skin inflammation resulting in itching or irritation on the face. It could be really irritating to wake up with redness on the face for what so ever no reason. These inflammations are also known as blisters or rashes and are commonly considered to be caused by the immune system.

So, now it leaves us with a question what to do when you see the inflammation? And how to reduce it? So, we are going to discuss some easy steps and ways to reduce inflammation.

What is Skin inflammation?

Skin inflammation which is better known as dermatitis medically is a skin condition resulting in symptoms like itching, redness, and swelling. It could be brought on by a variety of things, including irritants, infections, and other things. But your immune system is responsible for all for example if you have eczema then it could be caused due to certain allergens or psoriasis which is also a type of skin inflammation.

What are the causes of Skin inflammation?

Skin Inflammation Face

  • There are certain types of substances including chemicals can cause your skin to get irritated and hence result in inflammation.
  • Getting exposed to substances that could irritate your skin like soaps, cosmetics,s or detergents. Products packed with paraben could also be a cause.
  • Having bacterial, fungal, or viral infections could also result in skin inflammation as well.
  • Certain types of autoimmune disorders like psoriasis or eczema could also result in skin inflammation.
  • Changes in hormones could also result in skin inflammation and hence cause acne as well.
  • Getting exposed to environmental factors like UV Rays or colds could lead to skin inflammation.
  • Stress is one of the primary causes of various different skin irritants.

What are the 5 effective ways to reduce it?

How To Get Rid Of Inflammation On Skin

Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil can help with skin inflammation since it has powerful antifungal, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory effects. But don’t apply it directly to your skin, mix two drops of tea tree oil with one spoon of coconut oil.

Then apply it directly to your affected part which will not only the redness to settle down but also help in providing nourishment to the skin.


It is one of the spices found in every Indian household and is also known as yellow gold. It is packed with anti-inflammatory properties and is high in antioxidants. The topical application of turmeric helps in reducing inflammation and redness. Along with that, it helps in reducing any type of irritation and itching.

Simply take one spoonful of each ingredient including honey, yogurt, and turmeric. Mix them together and apply them directly to the affected part. Turmeric tea can also be taken to detoxify the body and fight inflammation from the inside out.


Ceramide is one of the essential parts of our skin that helps the skin barrier to staying intact. Ceramides are simply fatty lipids found in our skin cells and help the structure of the skin barrier to staying together. But when we do not have enough ceramide then it might result in inflammation, dryness, and irritation.

Applying Ceramide can help reduce inflammation, reduce redness, and also make the skin barrier healthy.


Niacinamide which is also known as Vitamin B3 is one of the good ingredients to prevent the skin from inflammation. It is also suitable for people with sensitive skin types. The topical application of Niacinamide helps in protecting skin ceramides, repairing damaged skin barrier and hence reducing inflammation.

It also helps in treating skin conditions like acne and rosacea along with that it gives a soothing effect to the skin. Niacinamide can be easily included in skincare routines of any skin type as well.

Aloe Vera

Aloe vera is one of the effective and safe ways to reduce any type of skin inflammation including eczema, psoriasis, etc. It is packed with soothing properties and helps in treating sunburn as well which is one of the causes of inflammation around the skin.

Along with that Aloe Vera is packed with hydrating and moisturizing properties which naturally makes it effective for reducing redness as well.

Licorice Extract

Licorice root extracts are high in antioxidants and are packed with soothing effects. Its abundance of anti-inflammatory and antioxidant characteristics makes it the ideal solution for skin inflammation. It helps in treating symptoms like itching and redness as well.


Chamomile is a flower that is very useful for providing a calming effect to the skin. Chamomile extract, which is found in many skincare products, helps to reduce inflammation and redness. Along with being packed with antioxidants, it is also useful in eczema, psoriasis, and rosacea.

Take Aways

Skin inflammation is a really common problem and it could also result in skin disorders like eczema, psoriasis, and many more. There are common causative factors for it including stress, irritants, sun damage, etc.

But there are easy methods that could not only help in reducing inflammation but also provide a soothing effect to the skin. This includes topical application of aloe vera, turmeric, licorice extract, and many more as mentioned above. But if you have an underlying skin disorder then always take consultation with your dermatologist.


Q. Which way is the fastest way to reduce skin inflammation?

Ans. Compressing with something cool or wet towel can help followed by the application of Aloe Vera is one of the ways to soothe the skin. It will not only help in soothing the skin but also reduce redness.

Q. Which food helps in reducing inflammation?

Ans. Foods like green leafy vegetables, fatty fish, almonds, blueberries, and oranges can help in treating inflammation as they are packed with antioxidants.

Q. Which food items are responsible for causing skin inflammation?

Ans. There are a few food items like sugar, dairy products, fried item, and gluten that can cause aggravation in skin inflammation.

Q. Does skin inflammation result in any harm?

Ans. Skin inflammation is also known as dermatitis it can range from mild to severe symptoms but does not cause harm to the body.

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