Blog 2017-08-22 811 0
It’s the mosquito season again. Mosquito coils are generally considered to be the best mosquito repellent product. Don’t worry, as a mosquito-repellent supplier, let me give you a complete mosquito control strategy so that you can stay away from mosquitoes this summer.
Are you a mosquito meal?
Why is it that some people are so ticklish that some people can get along well in the mosquito-infested summer day? A study by Australian insect doctor has shown that people with the following characteristics are susceptible to mosquito bites. A person with a faster breathing rate, a person with a body odor, a person with makeup or a spray gel, a person in dark clothing, a person with a high body temperature, and a person who drinks alcohol.
What happens when you get stung by a mosquito?
Don’t kill the mosquitoes. Some insects have acidic liquids, which can cause blisters, pustules, allergic reactions, etc. Therefore, once a bug is found on the exposed skin, it should be dusted and not flipped to avoid an acute inflammatory response.
Scratching after being bitten by a mosquito will not only scratch the itch but once it breaks the skin, it can easily lead to secondary infection. It is important to note that after the skin is broken, some repellent drops should not be applied again.
The correct way to deal with it
Early bite, the insect venom has not yet spread, only a small red edematous pimples, then it is better to alkaline solution to counteract poison, if no insect bites potion in the home, can be replaced with soap and water or saliva.
If the swelling area continues to expand, the venom has spread, and the soap or saliva will no longer work. Use peppermint oil, wind oil to reduce skin temperature. The most effective and convenient is to use ice to cold compress, the home if have the purslane, can mashed apply to bite place, the effect is very good.
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