With these 10 tips you can quickly get rid of itchy mosquito bites

You probably already have most of the resources at your disposal.

We love it when the sun shines and we can enjoy being outdoors a lot. The only drawback: those annoying mosquitoes that constantly bite us. Does the itching of a mosquito bite also drive you crazy? Then try these tips. Chances are that the itching will disappear within a few seconds.

1. Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is really good for many things. It helps you to cool down when you have been in the sun too long, but it is also a treatment for acne. And now it also turns out to work well if you have an itchy mosquito bite. Aloe Vera cools and soothes the skin and reduces itching. Are you so itchy that you have scratched your skin raw? If so, aloe Vera comes in very handy too! It helps the skin to heal again.

2. Banana peel

This may not be the first thing that comes to mind, but it is highly recommended. Just rub the inside of a banana peel on the mosquito bite. This should greatly reduce the itching. The moisture is removed from the mosquito bite by the sugars in the peel, which reduces the itching.

3. Ice cubes

Have you only just been stung? Then run to the freezer! Cool the mosquito bite as quickly as possible to prevent itching. Put a few ice cubes in a flannel or tea towel, and keep it on the mosquito bite for at least twenty minutes. The cold will ensure that you don’t feel the itching and the swelling will disappear. If you are completely covered with mosquito bites, you can consider taking an (ice) cold shower.

4. Salt

Salt is another natural panacea. It dries out the mosquito bite, so the itching should disappear in no time. Scrubbing with salt in particular will help. First of all, wet the skin in the area of the mosquito bite. Grab some salt (preferably coarse) and exfoliate! Leave it to soak for a while and rinse with warm water. It may sting for a while, but then you will be rid of that annoying itch right away.

5. Toothpaste

Toothpaste is another product that is useful for much more than just brushing your teeth. It dries out pimples, you can clean with it, and it helps with mosquito bites. Preferably use a toothpaste with peppermint in it. Spread some toothpaste on the mosquito bite and leave it on the skin for a while. You will notice that the area dries quickly and you are rid of the itching.

Curious to find out what else helps get rid of that annoying itch? Then read more on the next page.

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