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No More Mosquitos Bites!

In the summer time, it comes plight of mosquito handling – finding a way and means to prevent stings, and dealing with them once they happen. Here are some home remedies that will ease your itching and the pain of mosquito bites.

  1. Antibacterial gel

Alcohol generally, and one in antibacterial gels, prevents the spread of infection from the stings. And the fact that after it you will feel the tingling of the skin, it will reduce the feeling and the desire for itching.

  1. Duct tape

Many claims that a piece of adhesive tape on mosquito bites significantly reduces itching, but it also helps remove the injected skin that has been left in the skin.

  1. Vinegar

“This is a great home remedy for reducing itching due to the small but effective amount of acid,” says Dr. Neil Schulz. Each acetic acid is good for this, and perhaps the best is the apple.

  1. Making “X” with a nail

Although you probably did this in childhood, it’s not childish stupidity. “The pressure and the creation of a slight pain of mosquito bites reduces the sensation of itching. However, do not do this overwhelmingly, so as not to crack your skin.

  1. Toothpaste

Most toothpastes have ingredients from menthol, which cause the effect of cooling your skin. In addition, the drying effect of the paste helps to reduce the swelling of the sting.

  1. Banana peel

This is another home remedy for mosquito bites, which many people use. Some experts say that the sugar in the banana shell reduces pain, and draws the liquid from the bite.

  1. Hairdryer

Insect attacks such as mosquitoes scratch because they leave skin proteins when they bite or prick, to which the body reacts. Heat helps break down the protein, and thus stop the itching. Directing the hair dryer to the sting on a few seconds will help in this process.

  1. Lemon or lime

The antibacterial action of this fruit will reduce itching and prevent infection at the site. Exhale lemon or lime on the spot, but do this at home because exposure to sunlight on this soiled skin can reddened your skin, experts advise.

  1. Ice cubes

Although it has no lasting effect, ice cubes can briefly help you get rid of the pain and feeling of itching caused by insect damage.

  1. Basil

Many people’s experiences have shown that passing a scabbard skin with a fresh basil leaf reduces swelling and prevents the urination from the dipsticks. This is because the basil contains thymol and camphor – two ingredients that help reduce itching.

  1. Aloe Vera

The aloe vera plant gel has an anti-inflammatory effect, which helps reduce swelling, as well as itching. Keep it in the refrigerator – the cooled gel will further help to soothe the itching.

 

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