Nose irritation is a frequent complaint that has its origins in allergies or even very cold weather, as the skin becomes dry and cracked.
If you are one of the people who suffers from irritation every year, here is a list of five home remedies that will help you eliminate it.
Sometimes the main reason for irritation is the type of scarf we use to blow our noses. So to avoid damaging the skin, try not to opt for fabric or scented ones, and instead choose toilet paper or disposable items made of organic and soft material.
To avoid dryness it is important to always have hydrated skin. For this, apply natural oils (coconut or rose) or unscented creams to the external part of the nose at least twice a day and with that you will maintain the necessary lubrication.
If you have a stuffy nose, you will probably be touching it for a long time to try to improve your condition. Therefore, to uncover it and relieve the nostrils it is necessary that the environment you are in is humid. You can do this thanks to a humidifier or even letting steam from boiling water (which you can prepare in a pot) flood your room.
The first thing that is usually done when shells appear on the nose is to try to remove them with your hands and that is counterproductive for two reasons: one is that you prevent the skin from regenerating and on the other hand you run the risk of becoming infected by the enormous amount of bacteria that are under the nails. So avoid doing this and choose to moisturize the affected area.
The properties of cucumber are known to everyone. And in the case of skin irritation it can help calm it quickly thanks to the varied amount of vitamins it has. To make the most of this remedy, you can prepare an infusion with cucumber and water and place the liquid on the affected area, without rinsing. Repeat the process as many times as you want.
If you put these easy-to-prepare home remedies to the test, you’ll quickly get rid of nose irritation. However, if you see that the wounds that are getting worse or bleeding, it is important that you consult a doctor so that she can indicate the corresponding treatment.