You can use powder to prevent itching

Excruciating itching

Externally, Wecesin can be used several times a day to dry out and relieve the itchy rash® Powder (Weleda; contains ethanolic extracts of arnica, calendula and echinacea as well as quartz and antimony) are sprinkled on the vesicles [8, 9]. Alternatively, Combudoron® Gel (Weleda, ethanolic extracts from Arnica montana and Urtica urens) or Imlan® Cream (betulin) can be applied. If the oral mucosa is heavily infested, the oral balm Wala (anthroposophic medicine) is used, for care for remaining scars, the scar gel Wala (anthroposophic medicine), which can be applied twice a day for up to four weeks. Sitz baths with added chamomile or Quercus essence (Wala) diluted 1:20 can relieve itching in the vaginal area in girls. If bacterial superinfections occur, the use of local antibiotic creams (e.g. Fucidine®) or, if the disease progresses, it may even be necessary to administer antibiotics internally. In less severe cases, baths or dabbing with diluted calendula essence are used [8].

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[1] Höger P. Pediatric Dermatology, 3rd edition, Schattauer Verlag, Stuttgart 2011

[2] Instructions for use Anaesthesulf Lotio, as of January 2012

[3] Fölster-Holst R, Latussek E. Synthetic tannins in dermatology - a therapeutic option in a variety of pediatric dermatoses. Pediatric Dermatology 2007; 24 (3): 296-301

[4] Technical information Tannosynt® Lotio, as of July 2011

[5] Information for professionals Tannolact® Lotio, as of July 2013

[6] Specialist information Fenistil® Drops as of February 2011

[7] Wiesenauer M, Kirschner-Brouns S. The great homeopathy manual, 1st edition, Gräfe and Unzer Verlag, Munich 2007

[8] Vagedes J, Soldner G. The children's health book, 4th edition, Graefe and Unzer Verlag, Munich 2011

[9] Soldner G, Stellmann HM. Individual Pediatrics, 4th edition, Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft Stuttgart, 2011