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Ask a doctor, the rash needs a diagnosis before you start applying remedies. As you have found applying hydrocortisone does not work for everything. It is a very strong medication which can make things much worse if applied inappropriately.

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Q: What can you put on a rash to make it heal besides hydro-cortisone which makes it burn when applied?
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