Treatment for mosquito bites

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Re: Treatment for mosquito bites

Post: #256425 bill1953
Wed Mar 14, 2012 6:19 am

Cicaderma ointment. Especially for when your bite develops into those huge blisters. It's got lots of natural ingredients. You can't buy it off the shelf in Ireland or the UK as most chemists never heard of it, but you can in Spain and other hot places etc. You can buy it on the net. It's relatively expensive about 4 euro a tube so shop around, but it works. :thumbright:

http://www.docsimon.com/article/cicaderma-ointment-30g
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Re: Treatment for mosquito bites

Post: #256555 Lost-in-the-Day
Fri Mar 16, 2012 2:41 pm

I found putting some aloe gel on stops the itching almost instantly. My other method is to scratch them off, it works but leaves a scar for a few months...obviously.
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Re: Treatment for mosquito bites

Post: #256585 bill1953
Sat Mar 17, 2012 7:42 am

I think aloe is in cicaderma. My lovely boss Liz swears by cicaderma.
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Re: Treatment for mosquito bites

Post: #256597 niknik
Sat Mar 17, 2012 12:29 pm

wabbit955 wrote:if you eat lots of garlic
they don's bite you



I do...... and they still love to eat me!

Toothpaste ( ANY flavour :iconbiggrin: ) works great too-

or for the smokers, hold a lit cigarette as close to bite as you can, (as soon after bite as poss) , this also draws out the poison. and no swelling, no itching!..


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