A foot rash can manifest in the form of red bumps, Zeta Clear oozing blisters, itching and peeling skin. There are several causes of foot rash; your feet may suffer from eczema as the result of an allergic reaction. Foot rash can also be a result of a fungal infection like athlete's foot. To decide on the right treatment for the rash it is important to determine the cause of the irritation.
If you suspect an allergy to be the cause of the foot rash then figure out the allergen. Consider everything you may have come in contact with, from the most obvious to the obscure. Also think of any recent changes you have made and eliminate them one by one to find out the actual cause.
While you figure out the cause of the allergy, you can soothe the rash with this treatment. Add a cup of Epsom salt, a cup of oatmeal, a cup of milk, a quarter cup honey and baking soda to a gallon of hot water. Soak your feet in this mixture, it will reduce inflammation, soothe the itching and irritation.
Eczema is caused by rapid growth of skin. New cells are generated at rapid rates; this means that there isn't enough time for the current cells on the surface to slough away. This creates thick rough patches of skin. Eczema is generally accompanied by burning, itching and peeling of the skin. The condition can be aggravated by the appearance of scabs, red pustules, crusts and scales. The condition is not contagious and it can be treated effectively. A milk bath is the basic remedy for foot eczema. Milk contains vitamins that nourish the skin; it helps reduce the itching as well. The lactic acid in the milk dissolves and loosens the rough skin. For the treatment pour a cup of milk powder into hot water, about a gallon. Stir in the powder till it is blended well. Transfer this mixture into a shallow tub and soak your feet in it for about 10 minutes. For best results, repeat this treatment at least 2-3 times a day.