8 Natural Home Remedies For Boils

#1 Boils can occur on the inner thighs

Boils can occur on the inner thighs as well as on the face, armpit, back of the neck, throat, groin and buttocks. Simply put, boils are small bumps with white or yellow centers that can spread to other skin areas. They tend to become painful and increase in size in a few days when pus builds up.

Most boils can be treated at home, including those on the inner thighs. Home treatments for boils are simple, yet highly effective.

However, if your boil is resistant to treatment, does not heal within 2 weeks, is extremely painful, or causes a fever then consult your doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment.

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#2 Warm Compress

The easiest way to quickly get rid of a boil on your inner thigh is to use heat applications. Warm compresses applied on the affected skin increase blood circulation and allow the antibodies and white blood cells to fight the infection faster.

Soak a cloth in warm water, squeeze out the excess water and press it over the boil. Do this repeatedly throughout the day until the boil erupts and the pus drains out. Clean the area thoroughly and apply a medicated ointment to prevent any further infection.

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#3 Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil is an excellent natural remedy for boils on inner thighs because of its strong antiseptic, antibacterial antifungal properties.

Soak a cotton swab in tea tree oil. Dab it on the affected area.

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