put a spritz of hairspray on the bite. it will stop the itch almost immediatelyIs there any household remedies for mosquito bites? I have no anti itching creams/ointments.?
Take a small bowl, some baking soda, and a little bit of cool water. Mix into a paste in the bowl, and then apply the paste to the mosquito bite and leave it on a few minutes. It should help take care of the ';itches';. That's what my mom had us do when we were growing up.
Take care.Is there any household remedies for mosquito bites? I have no anti itching creams/ointments.?
Rubbing alcohol, vinegar, or vinegar, salt, and baking soda. I used the last several times to treat bee stings, and it seems to work.
House hold every day ammonia apply and let dry as many times as needed. Usually just once or twice well do it.
A dab of toothpaste.
Nail polish works everytime...
I have also heard dryer sheets. They also prevent bites because it irritates their feet.
I swab rubbing alcohol on mine. It takes the itch out and makes the swelling go down.
Any antiseptic type of spray or cream will stop the itching. Rubbing with alcohol wipes or vinegar will stop it as well. Once the itching stops dont touch the area if you can, or else the itching will begin again.
rub vinegar on it
Run hot water over them.
PLAIN RUBBING ALCOHOL.
No sign of bites in 12 to 24 hours...................promise.
At summer camp, we use to call it Sister Veronica's Lotion.
We would make a paste of baking soda, vinegar and lemon juice and put it on the bites. A baking soda bath helps take out some of the itch too.
Rub deodorant on it (doctor said so) the regular white kind.
using your thumb nail, push into the bite and make an X across it.
basically make an X mark using pressure from your thumb nail.
it really works. who knows, but we (outdoor workers) do it all the time for a quick fix.