How To Kill Scabies?

There are horrid stories of Scabies that refuse to go away. People often call it the seven year itch, as in the olden days there was very little information on the parasite and no sure shot method to kill Scabies.

The disease is most terrifying as the parasite is microscopic and cannot be seen by the naked eye. To live with the feeling that something is crawling under your skin, can be very depressing and terrifying at the same time. It needs to be clearly understood that in order to kill Scabies a good scabicide cream is required. The parasite does not die a natural death and the infection does not go away on its own.

Let us read some more about how to kill Scabies.

The Scabies Mite

The Scabies mite has been around for centuries and refuses to go away. Although, they are microscopic in nature, the mites can surely give a nasty rash that can give many sleepless nights to a patient. The female mite burrows inside the skin of the patient and looks for a suitable place to lay the eggs. This burrowing process is visible on the surface of the skin in the form of zigzag lines.

The Scary Itch

Once the female starts burrowing and laying the eggs, the skin starts reacting to the larvae, the feces and the alien activity. The allergic reaction creates an intense itching that can become unbearable at night. Besides the itch which can get very intense, it is the feeling that something is crawling under your skin that can drive patients crazy. The sad fact about Scabies is that till the time it keeps finding a host it will keep multiplying and refuse to go.

The Permethrin Scare

 

The most widely heard about cure for Scabies is permethrin based. But it is important for all to know that permethrin is a pesticide and can cause severe side effects. These side effects appear in the form of swelling in different body parts, rashes and itching, dizziness and sometimes it may cause problems with breathing.

In a hurry to get treated patients often go for hear and say products and end up aggravating the problem. It is also to be noted that patients who were once treated by permethrin, showed a resistance to the product in re-infestation cases.

Home Remedies

There is a lot of information about home remedies that claim to be a sure shot remedy for scabies. Tea tree oil, neem oil, aloe vera and cayenne are some such remedies that are often recommend for eradication of Scabies infection.

But, in most cases these home solutions, only provide temporary relief from the itching, or help in healing the bacterial infection caused by the itching. They fail terribly in complete eradication of the infestation of the mites because they cannot stop the mites from multiplying or kills them.

Dr. Scabies

Dr. Scabies on the other hand is a sure shot natural method to get rid of the infection and the infestation. It is the only scabicide cream on the market, which is completely natural and has no side effects. Once you follow the instructions and complete the treatment, the mite will be gone forever.

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