Homeopathy Treatment for general Skin changes

Skin changes can occur on different parts of the body. They can develop slowly or quickly and they can be intermittent or chronic. The skin changes can look very different. They can affect just a single spot or large areas on different parts of the body. The causes of skin changes are varied.

Homeopathic remedies have proven effective in relieving itching or burning pain. They are also used to promote healing.

Which homeopathic remedies help?

Physical symptoms are described below. For skin lesions in general, choose a homeopathic remedy that best suits your situation.


Extremely dry and cracked skin on hands.

Spiraea ulmaria

The skin rash in a measles disease is accelerated.


The skin has a bluish discoloration and shows irregularly arranged spots that disappear when pressure is applied. Aggravation from cold.

Allium ursinum

Chronic skin rashes as a result of mental stress, externally as a compress / wash with mother tincture

Latrodectus mactans

Hands and feet develop scales. Blistering and rash like after insect bites. Sore skin from lying down.

Carbo animalis

Copper-colored rashes, spongy sores.

With itching


Itchy rash and pustules on the scalp, in women also in the vagienal area. Exercise improves the discomfort in the intimate area.

Potassium iodate

Especially in winter, itchy, nodular skin pustules appear over a wide area on various parts of the body, which often only heal with scarring.


Blistering skin rashes with intense burning and itching.

Dosing recommendation

The selected remedy is taken as required in potency D6 up to three times a day and in potency D12 up to twice a day.

What skin changes are there?

The following changes can occur in the skin:

  • stains
  • pustules
  • Blow
  • shed
  • crusts
  • node

The skin changes can be accompanied by itching and pain. Depending on the extent, changes to the skin can be more or less stressful for those affected.

Where do skin changes come from?

Skin changes are a symptom of various diseases. The following diseases are associated with skin changes, among others:

  • neurodermatitis
  • psoriasis
  • hives
  • herpes
  • acne
  • eczema
  • Childhood diseases (measles, rubella, chickenpox, scarlet fever)
  • allergies

Rashes can occur as a side effect of some medicines and can also be a sign of stress.


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