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Home remedies for mosquito bites

Bites from mosquitos can be very itchy and they quickly become enflamed. If you’re really sensitive to insect bites, fluid-filled blisters called bullae can form and you may also develop weals, which are circular fluid-filled areas around the bite. Thankfully the following home remedies will help you with the symptoms of mosquito bites.

How to avoid mosquito bites

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Mosquito bites from some tropical countries can cause malaria. Thankfully in the UK, you can be pretty sure that the irritation you’re feeling is the only discomfort you can expect.

How to avoid mosquito bites

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Applying organic apple cider vinegar to the wound is a great way of getting rid of the itchy feeling. If you’ve got loads of bites, why not 2 and a half cups of vinegar in with your bath water?

How to avoid mosquito bites

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Applying organic apple cider vinegar to the wound is a great way of getting rid of the itchy feeling. If you’ve got loads of bites, why not 2 and a half cups of vinegar in with your bath water?

How to avoid mosquito bites

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Aloe Vera can also cause the itching to go away. Using either organic aloe juice or fresh gel from the aloe plant works equally well.

How to avoid mosquito bites

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Rubbing a dry bar of soap to the irritated skin is another remedy that will help you get rid of the itch.

How to avoid mosquito bites

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Applying baking soda and water to the bite is another affective remedy that’s been used for many years.

How to avoid mosquito bites

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Applying baking soda and water to the bite is another affective remedy that’s been used for many years.

How to avoid mosquito bites

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You can also use onions to help the bite. A fresh slice of onion can take the sting away from the bite. All you do is place the fresh slice on the affect area for a few minutes.

How to avoid mosquito bites

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If you have toothpaste to hand soon after you’ve been bitten, you can get some instant relief from the symptoms. You’ll need to use all-natural peppermint paste or something similar. All you do is apply it to the bite and then leave it to dry.

How to avoid mosquito bites

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If you have toothpaste to hand soon after you’ve been bitten, you can get some instant relief from the symptoms. You’ll need to use all-natural peppermint paste or something similar. All you do is apply it to the bite and then leave it to dry.

How to avoid mosquito bites

Photos: YouTube.com

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