Are You Ignoring the Rashes Under Your Breasts ?

 

IT’S NOT UNHEARD OF!

One fine morning you wake up with a rash under your boobs and your perfect life seems to go haywire.

Rashes under the breast are quite common and often inescapable especially in women who are larger breasted or are very active physically. It is a kind of bacterial or a skin rash that comes about between skin folds causing inflammation. The skin-on-skin area averts moisture (caused by friction, sweat, heat, and lack of air circulation) from evaporating, that develops into a fungal infection. Consequently, these factors serves as a breeding ground for these microorganisms to flourish and build-up in such sticky and shaded environment.


 

SOME OF THE ALARMING SYMPTOMS

Experiencing itching, redness, dryness or painful sores under one or both boobs? It’s the dreadful rash! 

Here are some of the common symptoms:

  • An unpleasant odor
  • Itchiness
  • Raw and sensitive skin
  • A red or brown rash
  • Flaky or cracked skin

OUNCE OF PREVENTION IS WORTH A POUND OF CURE

There are plenty of effective approaches that can be followed in order to prevent or manage a bra rash. Decrease in the friction, boosting air circulation or minimizing the level of dampness, the following tips will help in overcoming the issue – 

  • Don the perfect fit bra

Bra fit problems plague women most of the time resulting in breast sags and skin problems such as Intertrigo. The prime step in curing this skin issue is to choose a well fitted bra that prevents your skin from chafing. Opt for breathable material ones to curtail the amount of moisture in that area.

  • Hygiene practices

Another way to prevent under breast chafing is to keep the area dry, clean and fresh daily. Shower regularly with luke warm water and exfoliate the area at least once a week to get rid of any dead skin cells. Dry thoroughly with a clean towel post the shower.

  • Wear moisture wicking cloth materials

Sweat gets trapped within the fabric and takes a while to dry, which is uncomfortable and can cause skin to inflame. Wear loose fitted and sweat wicking fabrics that will help you stay dry throughout the day. 

  • Watch your diet

The food you eat and what you drink can trigger sweat collection. This usually happens when you eat certain foods that are hard to digest. The body has to work a bit harder, which increases your heart rate and sends signals to your sweat glands telling them to get to work. So eat accordingly. 

  • Anti-chafing gel - Skineasi regina

SkinEasi regina anti chafing gel is a popular and a highly effective option for guarding against both rashes and chafing. It is a breathable, non-greasy, long-lasting (even in water) barrier on your skin, so much like a ‘second skin’ that you won’t even notice after application. This easy-to-apply skin protectant has numerous benefits such as: 

  • It quickly dries into a transparent, dry, protective barrier film on skin
  • It is 100% safe and DERMATOLOGICALLY TESTED
  • The barrier film cuts friction on skin surface by 80%
  • The film gives a long lasting protection to the skin due to high resistance to abrasion
  • It inhibits direct contact between skin to skin or skin to clothing thus preventing Chafing and Skin rashes
  • The barrier film absorbs the sebum and keeps the area dry
  • Its non-occluding film ensures full comfort
  • Long duration of actions ensures friction less skin surface for more than 8 hours after its application
  • Its emollient property ensures moisturization

Also, did you know that SkinEasi regina can be carried in your purse throughout the day for quick touch-ups as and when required.