How To Treat Chicken Pox Blisters, Rash And Spots

One of the primary symptoms of someone suffering from the Chicken Pox are the red, itchy rash, fluid-filled blisters – also known as Chicken Pox Blisters or Spots that cover the entire body.

Before the appearance of the blisters, you'll likely experience flu-like symptoms such as fever, body aches, headache, nausea, loss of appetite and difficulties sleeping.  After a few weeks of this, the chicken pox rash appears in the form of  blisters and spots.

When a child or adult is fully infected with the Chicken Pox, the number of blisters or spots that appear varies.  However, the number of Chicken Pox blisters can vary between 100 to 500.

This itchy chicken pox rash can cover the entire body, including inside the mouth, eyelids, the anus, vagina, or other uncomfortable areas.  These spots become EXTREMELY itchy, almost unbearable at times.

One of the most important things someone can do is to AVOID scratching the Chicken Pox blisters at all costs, otherwise you risk severe scars or possible infection.

There are several treatments that can be applied to the body to get rid of scarring or to get rid of itchiness or rash – many of which are found in my e-book program.

For example, one chicken pox remedy from my e-book program is the use of Honey.

Be sure to buy raw, organic honey from the local health foods store and spread it gently over all infected areas of the body where Chicken Pox spots appear and leave it for some time.

Then rinse of the face with warm water and pat-dry with a napkin (you don't want to irritiate the skin, as it will cause scabbing and possible infection).

Honey is a powerful ingredient that will absorb into the skin and help relief the itchiness of the rash, as well as speed up the recovery time.

When you treat the Chicken Pox blisters effectively, the fluid will begin to dry out and crust over after about 24-48 hours.  However, the the rash appears in waves, so as soon as some crust over, more may begin to appear.  You can have more and more blisters appear for days, sometimes even weeks (if left untreated).

On average, it takes 10-14 days for all the blisters to be scabbed over and then you are no longer contagious.

If you want to cure treat this virus faster and relieve all symptoms completely in 3 days or less, you'll want to begin reading my e-book program.

In the e-book, I outline specific treatments, remedies and cures that you can apply to your child or an any adult safely that will cure this skin condition in 3 days or less.  This e-book has worked for THOUSANDS of children, parents, families and adults around the world.

Click here to learn more about the Fast Chicken Pox Cure e-book.