Scabies Bugs: Learn How To Keep Them Away!

Have you recently discovered the first sign of a scabies outbreak?

Being a very unpleasant skin disease, it is said to be caused by eight-legged mites called Sarcoptes scabiei var. hominids. Scabies is a very contagious type of skin disorder and the microscopic mites cannot be seen with naked eye. Therefore, it is often confused with bed bug bites.

Scabies Bugs: Learn How To Keep Them Away

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How Scabies Mites Are Different from Bed Bugs?

Both are different in the way these feed on their host. While bed bugs feed on your blood from outside, the scabies mites are present inside of your body. Hence, the former one will suck your blood from atop your skin. On the other hand, the latter ones will form a tunnel under your skin to feed and even lay eggs there. Once those eggs hatch, the problem tends to become worse as the resultant larvae burrow right back into the skin, leading to greater infestation.

How to Identify Scabies Bites?

As states bed bug bites are different from scabies, so they do differ in terms of symptoms. When a person is infested with scabies mites, the most common symptoms to appear are:

  • Intense itching, which becomes intense at night
  • A pimple-like rash
  • Scales or blisters
  • Clustered rashes that resemble pimples
  • Sores caused by scratching

It is worth noticing that these signs can take four to six weeks for the skin to react, or simply to become visible. Generally, these are rash-like in appearance. However, with the passage of time, their biting and burrowing start appearing on the skin’s surface. The burrows usually look like grayish-white, raised lines. As far as itching is concerned, it can be located almost anywhere including your joints, wrists, fingers, and back.

Hence, if you suspect that you or someone in your family is infected, don’t wait for the problem to get worse. Delaying can prove to be dangerous and it can infect other people. You must start with the treatment immediately.

How to Treat Scabies?

When it comes to treatment, use of Permethrin is something which people might advise. In fact, it is the most popular ingredient in a number of scabies treatment products available. However, it is not safe. There are several reports stating that permethrin can be dangerous to animals and human beings.

Actually, the original form of Permethrin is Pyrethrum, and it is a common ingredient found in insecticides. Also, it is said to have carcinogen, a chemical which causes cancer. So, it is better if you switch to some other solution, which is not only efficient but also safe.

You can trust Dr. Scabies for this purpose. It not a permethrin-based cream, and treats mite infestation with safety. Try this fast-acting solution which fights against scabies and offers comfort from all its symptoms.

Basically, it is compounded with Sulfur, Vitamin E, and other natural scabicidal properties. It actively penetrates inside your skin and kills of scabies mites and their eggs. So, now you can keep scabies at bay!

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