You are well known to the cause of the contagious disorder, Scabies– it’s the tiny itch mite ‘Sarcoptes scabiei’.
The female mite burrows beneath your skin to form a tunnel, which is used to lay eggs later. In next three to four days, these eggs hatch into mite larvae and spread to other areas of your skin on becoming mature. The human body’s allergic reaction to the mites, their eggs and their waste, altogether causes intense itching.
Usually, there are two major reasons for these mites to get on your skin:
- Direct skin-to-skin contact: It is a highly contagious disease. Getting into close contact with a person infested with the scabies mite increases the chances of transmission of mites to your skin. Even holding hands for a while can spread these mites from one person to another.
- Indirect contact: Coming in contact with some infested objects like clothes, bedding, rugs or upholstered furniture, can be a reason for the scabies mite to enter your skin.
How long the mites can survive in your surroundings?
The direct contact is a much more likely source of transmission than the indirect one. The scabies mite cannot live away from a host (human body) for more than a few days.
But, they can survive for 48 to 72 hours without a host. Hence, there are chances that you get scabies, coming into contact with infested environment. Not to worry!
Dr. Scabies has a one stop solution, which not only acts as a repellent, but also as an insecticide to destroy the mites.
How Dr. Repellent paralyzes the scabies mites?
Now, there is no need to use those chemical repellents and suffer from long-term medical consequences. We have the most safest and natural formula, proven to work more effectively on different types of insects and pests. Check out how Dr. Repellent destroys the insects:
- Contact Poison: Being highly powerful against insects, it enters their body via epidermis. This phenomenon includes simulating the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, which causes overstimulation of nerve synapses, leading to their destruction.
- Stomach Poison: If not through epidermis, it enters their body through mouth. Dr. Repellent consists of sulphur, plant and petroleum derived (mineral) oils. These oils are ideal to clog the insect’s spiracles (breathing holes), causing suffocation and paralyzing them immediately.
For years, we have been dedicatedly working to bring you and your family the best of nature’s strong defence against mites and other insects. With the all new natural formula Dr. Repellent, we mean to care for your overall well-being!