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    Default What to use on 16 month old to stop mossie bites

    As the title says?

    Dont know what to use and DD has been bitten really badly by mossies.

    Also have DS 10 weeks and wonder is there anythin i can use for hm?

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    To treat or prevent? To treat the itchiness for your 16mo you can use a non-drowsy antihistamine and either soov cream to numb the skin or dermaid cream to settle down the redness and itchiness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelbygirl View Post
    To treat or prevent? To treat the itchiness for your 16mo you can use a non-drowsy antihistamine and either soov cream to numb the skin or dermaid cream to settle down the redness and itchiness.
    Prevent!

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    We have one of those plug in things in their bedroom. Seems to work

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    I use Rid for kids when I need something topical but it's not for long term use.

    Bought a plug in for his room and it seems to be working while I wait till I've fixed all the screens and I've killed all the little blighters in the house.


 

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