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    A drop of lavender essential oil, or an ointment with lavender in it works wonders. Both myself and DD react quite badly, a friend suggested this and it is great!

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    Bi Carb soda- make into a paste with water and apply to the bite.

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    Rubbing the inside of a banana peel on it works wonders...sounds odd...but helps DS every time

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    Default Re: Mozzie bites help

    Thanks all! Lavender oil helped a bit, DP went and got antihistamines and Soov from the 24 hour chemist and he's now fast asleep and snoring. Poor little fella

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    Default Re: Mozzie bites help

    Apple cider vinegar, stings a little at first but works.

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    Default Mozzie bites help

    Find someone with an aloe Vera plant, break a small amount off and squeeze the sap bit onto the bite. It smells like B.O. but works instantly! Otherwise, I find pawpaw ointment to be pretty effective too, as a pp suggested.


 

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