You will agree that mosquitoes are necessary evil in summer evenings. It is particularly troublesome in the morning when you see the bite of a mosquito and begins to itch.
The red circle on the site of the bite is actually mild allergic reactions. Read some quick and easy tips on first aid mosquitoes.
- Green Tea
The first thing you can put on the bite is antihistamine cream. If not, then let nature take care of your problem. Soak in water green tea bag and place it on the site of the bite.
Honey has an antibacterial effect, which in theory could help prevent infection in the site of the bite.
Put tape or bandage the site of the bite. This will prevent scratching, which irritates the skin and can lead to further infection.
- Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera has potent anti-inflammatory action and can help reduce itching and redness. A better effect if aloe vera gel is put in the refrigerator before placing it on your skin.
If you have nothing of the above, then use alcohol. Rub the bite site with alcohol, cooling and tingling experience that you are away from the itching and also make disinfection and protection against infection.
- Put an “X” on the site of the bite
advise that you have probably heard of her grandmother. With the help of nails, mark the site of the bite by the letter “X”. Pressing the site of the bite causes immediate pain distracts you from itching.
Basil is one of a number of natural remedies that can reduce redness and feeling itching. It is especially effective in children, so it is the first choice for treatment of mosquito that our mothers recommended.
It has anti-inflammatory properties, which could help the swelling.