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A herpes itch can be really annoying. It can become so intense that it can distract you from your work or daily tasks. Itching is one of the most common symptoms of herpes, but I know some people who experience blisters without ever noticing the slightest tingling sensation, although this is quite rare.

A herpes outbreak usually begins with itching, followed by a rash and a burning or stinging sensation, and finally the formation of blisters, sores, and then scabs. The itching stage usually begins with a tingling sensation below the surface of the skin. This can last throughout the outbreak, but is mostly present at the beginning. The scabs can sometimes be quite itchy as well. If this is your case, you should refrain from scratching them, or risk leaving scars.

How to relieve a herpes itch?

You can use these simple and effective techniques to get rid of herpes itching at home:

  1. For instant relief, use ice. Placing towel-wrapped ice cubes on the affected area is effective, but do not place them directly on the skin or you may cause damage. The application of ice constricts the blood vessels directly below the irritated area and can control the chemicals that cause itching, thus creating a calming effect.
  2. Spent Tea tree pure essential oil to relieve the itching of herpes. Place a drop of the oil on the affected area up to four times a day. Discontinue this treatment after four days or if you have reached the pain stage, whichever comes first.
  3. Take a bath with Epsom salts. Epsom salt baths are effective because they can relieve stress, soothe sore muscles, and soften the skin. All of these effects come from the high magnesium content of Epsom salts. To relieve herpes itching, you should take an Epsom salt bath in a tub of lukewarm water.
  4. Gold Bond Triple Action Body Powder: Gold Bond Triple Action Body Powder is a fast and very effective way to relieve the itching of herpes. The secret of this product is that it contains zinc oxide, which has antiherpetic properties. It has a triple effect of
    • cooling the skin,
    • Absorb excess moisture from the skin.
    • Relieve any itchy skin.

These techniques are quick and effective ways to relieve itching. Used as soon as possible and in combination, they are sure to help soothe your herpes itch and give you just enough peace of mind and comfort to get back to focusing on your daily life.

However, if you’ve been experiencing itching for more than three weeks, it may not be related to herpes. I often come across women who suffer from constant, nerve-wracking itching for months on end. In most cases, the cause is something other than herpes. A herpes itch usually lasts only a few days.

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