Mosquito Bites

If you are experiencing a balmy summer evening, you might find that a wide range of insects, such as flying ants and mosquitoes, can bug you. If you are unfortunate to be a victim of mosquito bites, you will undoubtedly find many options available for helping to soothe the itching. Here are some of the standard treatment options for the mosquito bite:

How to deal with sunburn & mosquito bites

sunburn & mosquito bites
sunburn & mosquito bites

Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil is a highly versatile option for treating mosquito bites. Its multiple uses include the ability to help with relieving pain, swelling, and itching. It is also reported to offer many antibacterial and antiviral properties, which can go a long way to stop the infection from travelling from the bite area. An alternative option for those sensitive to this oil includes lavender oil. Tea tree oil is straightforward to use. All that is necessary is to use cotton wool to dab the oil onto the area of the inflamed skin and itching; this should help prevent further infection.

Aloe Vera. A further standard option found to be highly effective for treating a wide range of conditions is Aloe Vera. Its high-quality soothing properties are highly effective at reducing the effects of itching and swelling. Beyond its ability to be highly effective for sunburn, it is also known to offer relief when experiencing mosquito bites.

A further common issue that is likely to be experienced by those that spend the day out in the midday sun is the potential of sunburn. Sunburn is expected to impact in a wide range of ways, from pain and peeling skin to the long-term damage caused.

Act Quickly. If you do find that you are starting to notice the first signs of sunburn, like the tell-tale tingling of the area of the skin that is beginning to redden, then you will want to take the necessary action that can help with relieving any future pain or long-term effects.

Moisturise. The first step that should be taken is to moisturise the body. After a cool bath or shower, you can use a high-quality lotion or cream to help soothe the skin. You might want to repeat this process several times over the next few days to help limit the noticeable flaking and peeling of the skin. Also, you might want to look at vitamin supplements containing vitamins C and E, often known to be beneficial for the skin’s condition. A further option is to look at using hydro-cortisone cream in the first couple days of experiencing the sunburn to help with limiting any of the discomforts that are noticed.

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