Skin Health FAQs

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How to Prevent Boils

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Reoccurring boils are a problem for some. Those with underlying health conditions, poor diet, or stressed immune systems may have boils more often than others. To prevent boils, it is important to live a healthy lifestyle and maintain a nutritious diet.

Daily natural boil prevention may be any combination of the following:

  • Practice good hygiene and wash boil-prone areas daily with a mild antibacterial soap.
  • Remove the build-up of dead skin cells by gently exfoliating the skin everyday with a mild scrub or wash cloth.
  • Avoid shaving on or near a boil. Shaving may cause additional boils or make the infection worse.
  • Keep skin dry after bathing. Bacteria will thrive in warm, damp crevices of the body. Use baby powder to keep moist areas of the body drier and less susceptible to bacteria growth.
  • Garlic has been said to have antiseptic properties for the body. Try to add garlic into your diet as much as possible.
  • Avoid feeling dehydrated or constipation. Ensure health elimination by drinking at least eight full glasses of water a day and eating a diet rich in leafy greens and fiber.
  • Limit sugar and refined foods in your diet.
 

Some may be more prone to boils due to the their skin type or the higher abundance of bacteria on the skin’s surface. Cleansing daily with antibacterial soap may help regulate bacteria levels on the skin. A doctor may recommend a prescription course of antibiotics for severe and recurrent bacterial infections.

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