Gravel rash Home › Forum › Bike Forum › Gravel rash Overview Bike Forum Chat Forum For Sale Wanted Forum Help Classified Rules Viewing 8 posts - 1 through 8 (of 8 total) Gravel rash mikewsmithSubscriber I don’t mind admitting it bloody hurts even after a shedload of neurofen! Yep it does, try not to stick it to anything…. Posted 4 years ago benjiSubscriber Wear shorts let it dry out, makes sure it’s clean, then just leave it alone. Posted 4 years ago 100mphplusMember I’ve use after shave balm, (nivea sensitive to be exact), in the past to take the sting out of rashes and burns. Aloa Vera is good too. Posted 4 years ago joolsburgerMember I have a bad one on my shin and it’s really throbbing what’s a good treatment? I’ve cleaned it, put on dettol and covered in savlon pretty much ankle to knee, I don’t mind admitting it bloody hurts even after a shedload of neurofen! Posted 4 years ago chiefgrooveguruMember Honey can be helpful. If she’s free… Posted 4 years ago nicolaisamMember Loads of Moisturiser over it,keep doing this until it all heals,keep doing it until all is totally healed and there are no scabs. This is what the hospital said to do with mine when i crashed 7 weeks ago,it was all healed in 2 weeks,barely any scars. If it drys out and scabs over it itches and scars. Moisurising keeps it soft and keeps the skin supple Posted 4 years ago lemonysamMember It’s probably a bit late now but go for hydrocolloid dressings on bad road/grit/gravel rash and get it as clean as humanly possible. See here for the definitive STW thread on the subject: http://singletrackworld.com/forum/topic/wound-healing-gravel-rash-specifically-to-cover-or-not Posted 4 years ago maxtorqueMember If you’re a compulsive scab picker like me, massive gravel rash is both a fun way to while away a few mins here and there, and often bloody and painfull……. 😉 Posted 4 years ago Viewing 8 posts - 1 through 8 (of 8 total) The topic ‘Gravel rash’ is closed to new replies.