Aloe vera, insects and bites

With the arrival of heat, mosquitoes, wasps, bees, jellyfish... All of them get together during the months with high temperatures so that we cannot enjoy 100% of the small luxuries of life such as sunbathing, going out for a walk or going to the beach. 

 

In this article we will explain the functions of Aloe vera to repel insects and treat bites.

 

Keeps insects away

If you simply want to enjoy a picnic without having to think about insects, you can spread some Pure Aloe Vera Gel on the parts of your body that will be exposed to contact with nature, so you no longer have to worry about bites. Remember that this plant serves to neutralize body odors.

 

Serves as a calming and anti pruritus

If you haven't been able to avoid having a mosquito or jellyfish bite on your skin, you can get rid of the pain by applying Pure Aloe Vera Gel directly to the skin with a constant circular massage on the affected area. Thanks to the composition of Aloe vera and its moisturizing and calming effect, we will avoid redness of the skin and reduce inflammation in a matter of a few minutes. In addition to being an excellent home remedy for soothing irritated and reddened skin due to bites and burns, Aloe Vera is a plant that has no contraindications and can be applied to the skin of people of all ages.

 

It is anti-inflammatory and antiseptic. 

Because of the intense itching that results from insect bites, poison ivy, and oak rashes, scratching the affected area can cause an infection. Frequent application of Aloe vera, however, can help prevent infection and help cure it if it has already begun. Aloe vera has potent antibacterial properties that work effectively to cure while relieving irritation, redness, and swelling.

 

In just a few minutes you will notice the difference, you will no longer feel itching, the area will deflate and you will notice how the mark begins to disappear, but do not do this just once, try to repeat this procedure 2 or 3 times for a day or several depending on how has been the attack of these small aggressors - so that the discomfort completely disappears. 

 

Treatment

It's as

 simple as applying Pure Aloe Vera Gel directly to the bite.

 

Warning

Adverse skin reactions to insect bites as from mosquitoes, ants, bees, wasps, and other insects are caused by histamines in the body. Histamines rise to the surface of the skin to combat irritant toxins left on the skin from saliva or sting that penetrates and seeps into the surrounding dermal layers of the skin. Itching, redness, swelling, and pain following an insect bite or sting can be relieved by applying the soothing Aloe Vera gel to the area. Some stings can cause serious problems for sensitive or allergic people. Anyone experiencing shortness of breath, increased heart rate, disorientation, and abnormal swelling should be treated immediately by a medical professional.

 

And you, are you one of those who always ends the summer full of insect bites? With this remedy, you have the perfect solution.