Do you have access to chickweed or calendula? Both work wonderful on skin irritations and rashes. I have what the doctors say is contact dermatitis on my neck and both work wonders on it. You can make them into a salve, herbal wash or even do an infusion and make a lotion with it (the herbs can also be infused into oil but this will take quite a bit longer)
Earlier this evening I posted a lotion recipe under the general team discussion forum that would work great for this. I would use a lavender hydrosol if you have access to it along withe the witch hazel and aloe in the water portion for this. Hemp seed or olive oil would be good for the liquid oil portion although this will make the lotion a bit heavier.
Seeing the rash is from the medication you will probably will not find anything that will make it go away other than discontinuing the medication (I'm in no way recommending this, just stating the fact)but certain herbs may ease the discomfort from the rash
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