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    Default Mozzie Bite releif

    My 1 year got bitten by a mozzie and has a few bites on her legs - she is starting to scratch. I put this natural organic releif cream on it but it's not doing the job as the bites are swollen and look red still ( must take after me). Any suggestions?

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    My DD1 is allergic to mozzie bites. My doctor recommended putting her in a bath with a few drops of tea tree oil. It takes away the itch and helps clean the bites up.


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    A pinetarsol bath!! My nearly 2 year d got eaten alive over Christmas poor little thing - thankfully she hasn't been interested in scratching them! And maybe some calamine lotion after a bath... Good luck!


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    I second the pinetarsol bath and also using PawPaw cream on them afterwards.

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    bio oil works as a repelent and gets rid of the itch


 

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