apple cider vinegar has been known to manage and improve the pH of your skin. dilute the solution with water to reduce it's strength. apply a thin layer on the area and leave on for 10 minutes. rinse off and pat dry.
using ice is an extremely easy home remedy that can reduce redness and smooth the inflamed skin. you can also freeze green tea as it is beneficial to your skin as well.
the sap found in the aloe vera plant has been known to treat many ailments. it can moisturize and rejuvenate the skin.
you can visit your dermatologist and see what they would recommend or test out some that you find at your pharmacy (do your research). topical solutions contain acids that will help reduce itching & inflammation.
-tea tree oil
gels that contain tea tree oil have been known to heal the skin & make it smooth, but this treatment may cause allergic reactions in people with sensitive skin. apply to the affected area and allow to be absorbed into the skin.
manuka honey is nutrient rich, antibacterial, antimicrobial, and anti inflammatory take manuka honey and apply it either as a face mask or just on the area that is a problem.