Besides being healthier, you do not have additional cost, since it is likely to have some of the products at home.
Mix equal amounts of skim milk and water, and soak a handkerchief, or any other similar element in the mix (for example, an old shirt) and gently touches the affected area.
Only an ice cube can compress the veins, which reduces the release of histamine in the body, which means that sting less.
Due to the low level of acidity, vinegar, especially the vinegar apple cider is an excellent home remedy that prevents itching. Apply in the area of the bite and soon will be relieved. If there are a lot of bites, make a bath in which to add two to three cups of vinegar in hot water.
used tea bags and chilled liquid absorbs the bite and therefore reduce itching and inflammation.
The mint, menthol or ingredient which is contained in most of the toothpaste, the skin is cooled and therefore reduces itching. In addition, the toothpaste contains ingredients that reduce swelling.
If you do not mind being a little sticky, the honey is the perfect assistant in preventing inflammation and redness bites, and It will also reduce the need for itching.
These “energizers” fruit provide relief from itching and have an antibacterial effect, but should be used only when you are not exposed to sunlight direct, as lemon juice or lemon juice on the skin in combination with sunlight can cause burns.
Basil contains camphor, which has a similar to menthol in toothpaste effect, cools the skin. Crush a few leaves of basil and apply bites.
The tea tree oil, lavender oil and coconut oil reduce itching, pain and swelling after a mosquito bite, and the tree tea oil has an antibacterial effect and therefore helps prevent infections that can occur if you are constantly itching. Before applying the essential oil on the skin, it is mandatory to consult a pharmacist or a dermatologist, as some oils are too strong and must be mixed with water before use.
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