With boils on your inner thighs, it might become difficult to carry out your daily activities. The pain and irritation that these small bumps cause can make you feel terrible.
Boils occur when the hair follicles are infected by bacteria. These boils can be painful, itchy and also be filled with pus. Boils can also occur due to skin damage by shaving or any other irritation on the skin.
But do not worry as we are here to give you some natural remedies to treat boils on the inner thighs. Try the below remedies to heal the boils effectively. Read on!
Epsom salt helps in drawing out moisture from the area around the boils. Thus it will help in relaxing the sore thighs.
• 2 tbsp Epsom salt
• 1 cup warm water
Mix the Epsom salt in warm water. Take a soft washcloth and dip it in the warm water and drain the excess water. Place this warm washcloth on the affected area. Keep it on until it comes down to the room temperalea.
The anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties of garlic help in healing any kind of inflammation on the skin.
• 2-3 garlic cloves
Take the fresh garlic cloves and peel the skin off. Crush the garlic cloves and squeeze out the juice from it. Dip a cotton ball or pad into the garlic juice and apply it on the areas where you have boils. Leave it on so that the skin can fully absorb the garlic juice and work on the boils.
Aloe vera is known for its healing properties and it will reduce skin inflammation quickly.
• 1 aloe vera leaf
Take an aloe vera leaf, peel off the skin and cut out the edges to scoop out the fresh aloe vera gel from it. Apply this on the affected area and leave it on for 20-30 minutes. Apply aloe vera gel every day at least 2 to 3 times to get rid of painful bumps on the skin.
Just like the way we use toothpaste to get rid of acne on the face, toothpaste helps in treating boils. It acts by absorbing the moisture, thereby drying the boils.
• White toothpaste
Take some toothpaste on your hands and spread it evenly on the areas where you have boils. Let it dry for some time and then you can wash it off using a wet and soft washcloth.
The antimicrobial and antibiotic properties of potatoes will heal the boils effectively.
• 1 small potato
• Cotton ball
Peel off the potato and grate it. Squeeze the grated potato to extract the fresh juice from it. With the help of a cotton pad, apply this potato juice on the affected area. Leave it on until it dries. Later you can wash it off with cold water.