Scabies is often called the seven year old itch, as this skin infection keeps coming back. The treatment chosen should ensure that the chances of re-infestation are minimized to zero. The important thing to remember is to keep calm and be patient.
Keep in mind the following five steps in order to get rid of Scabies –
1. Proper Identification Of The... Read more
Once a family member gets infected, there is every possibility that the entire household will catch the infection sooner or later. Some people find the pain and the itching unbearable and get depressed very easily. Once the Scabies infection is confirmed, it is important to handle it in a systematic manner.
It is important that the entire family thinks over... Read more
No, scabies mites cannot jump like flies and some insects. They are too small to do that. The Scabies mites spread infection by burrowing under the skin of the host. The mites are invisible to the human eye, but the suffering can make any sane person go crazy in almost no time. Even the most patient of all people can lose calm when scabies comes knocking.... Read more
If Scabies mites could fly, treating the scabies infection would probably be the topmost priority for all nations in the world. These mites could almost take over the world if it was so.
Thank God, they cannot fly or jump from one person to another. These nasty creatures are too small to do that and they can just crawl and that too in certain favorable... Read more
A treatment for Scabies infection is considered successful only when it is able to control the re-infestation of the mites. A severe re-infestation of the infection is in the scalp only when the treatment has failed to eradicate the infection.
The infection causes intense itching and skin degradation, ultimately leading to breakage of the hair. Repeated... Read more
Scabies are parasites that can cause a terrible skin infection in humans and animals. The mites that cause infection in humans are called Human itch and the ones that cause it in animals are called Mange mite. The two aren’t exactly the same.
Let’s read more about the difference between the two –
The Adult Scabies
The mites that cause infection in humans... Read more
Scabies is an extremely common skin infection that can cause great discomfort and itching to a patient. It is caused by Scabies mites that are microscopic in size but cause a severe skin reaction the body of the host.
After a person gets infected with Scabies, the first symptoms appear only after two to four weeks.
Presence of thin lines accompanied by... Read more
A highly contagious skin condition, scabies is caused by mite Sarcoptes scabiei hominis. These host-specific mites burrow into the skin and lay their eggs, which eventually hatch and grow into adults. The characteristic symptoms of the disease include superficial burrows, which cause intense itching followed by secondary infection.
Scabies is... Read more
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Until now, many people have used permethrin based... Read more
As obvious from the composition, when you choose to be treated by a permethrin based cream, you are willingly exposing your body to a pesticide. The side effects of using such a product are not one but many. And the exposure to risk seems like a futile exercise especially because in many cases, there are high chances of a re-infestation.
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From the comfort of your home, you will be able to get rid of the menace in no time. Dr.Scabies is one of the most trusted and reliable names for eradication of Scabies permanently. The natural magic formula in it promises to get you relief and satisfaction that the bug is gone forever. Don’t expose your body to pesticide based creams that bring along half... Read more
The standards of HPUS are kept very high in order to safeguard the interest of all those who use products on the basis of its certifications. The ingredients in products from Dr. Scabies have a natural base and the formulation includes no chemicals whatsoever. The ingredients have been handpicked in order to ensure that they are skin friendly and really... Read more
Scabies keeps recurring in patients who do not take all the precautions necessarily required. The scabies mite is microscopic in dimension, but delivers a nasty punch if not treated correctly and timely.
Hope is not lost, many patients swear by the effectiveness of Dr. Scabies as being one of the most trusted names in Scabicides in the market today. Their... Read more
Scabies is easily distinguishable by the appearance of red rashes on the skin that cause a nasty itching. Yes, itching and scabies go hand in hand.
However, if effective measures are taken in time, itching can be managed to a great extent.
So, here are some effective tips to ease the itching caused by scabies in less than 24 hours.
Take a Bleach Bath... Read more
Permethrin based creams are no longer a sure shot method to fight Scabies. There have been several reports of re-infestation in patients after a completion of treatment session with permethrin based creams. Going for a natural remedy like Dr. Scabies, which has no side effects makes more sense in this scenario.
Let’s read more about the disappointing... Read more
Over the last decade it has been observed that the effectiveness of Permethrin against Scabies is steadily on the decline. There have been several reports of patients complaining of a re-infestation within a very short period. It is known for a fact that Permethrin belongs to a family of drugs called pyrethrins. This family of chemicals is often used in... Read more
Itching is perhaps the most annoying and painful aspect of scabies. Even after proper treatment, itching will prevail for some time, but beyond a limit, it indicates a relapse.
So, what is it that causes itching even after a complete scabies treatment and when should you become more cautious about it.
Reasons for Persisting Itchiness after Treatment... Read more
Studies have proven that Permethrin belongs to a family of drugs called pyrethrins. This family of chemicals is often used in pesticides manufactured for large scale commercial use. The fact that permethrin based creams are not safe is proven by the fact that you will need a doctor’s prescription to buy it.
Let’s read a little more about permethrin and how... Read more
We all know that borax is a powerful natural cleaning agent and is effectively used for removing fungus, pests and other micro insects from the skin.
It is also effective in killing the scabies mites thriving under the skin. Let us find out in the following if it is also as safe, as it is effective in killing the mites:
Can Borax treat Scabies?
Doctors who... Read more
Dr. Scabies is a completely natural product that can fully eradicate Scabies infection. The ingredients in this product are completely natural. Hence, in comparison to other pesticide based products available in the market, Dr. Scabies is absolutely safe. If you have been infested by Scabies while pregnant, we can assure you that use of Dr.Scabies is... Read more
Obviously, every time a rash appears on the skin, it cannot be labeled as scabies rash.
Scabies is a highly contagious skin infection. There are typical signs and symptoms that will develop over a period of two to five weeks.
Scabies rashes are the earliest signs of contracting the disease. But, before you categorize them to be scabies rashes; you need to... Read more
Generally, Scabies treatment is decided according to the severity of the infection.
Many patients opt for pharmaceutical scabicides as an effective cure. But, because they can have side effects and cause skin allergies, they are losing popularity for treating scabies.
Dr. Scabies is an effective treatment instead. It has a natural composition and considered... Read more
Scabies is a highly contagious disease. It is spread by touch and all kinds of contact with the infected person. Sharing of personal items can also lead to the spread of the infection. A long hand shake, a hug and a sexual intercourse can cause the infection to be transmitted from the host to the victim.
Let us read more about the transmission of Scabies... Read more
Surfactants are organic compounds that work to decrease the friction between two liquid bases. The Scabicides that are made for treating Scabies have surfactants that aid in the effective spreading of the medication.
Let’s read more about the role surfactants play in the treatment of Scabies –
1. Treatment of Scabies
There are different kinds of treatments... Read more
The first symptoms of scabies can take up to two to six weeks to show. The first signs of the infection are a red rash, which is soon followed by itching. The normal life cycle of a Scabies mite is two months.
Let’s read more about the Scabies mite –
1. The Female Mite
From the time that a female mite enters the body of a host, it can be around for almost... Read more
Scabies mites are responsible for causing an allergic reaction in human that leads to severe itching. They can infest the living space of the humans and can actually live inside the host for months.
Shingles is also a skin infection but it caused by a virus. The infection affects humans in many parts of the world.
Let’s read on more about Shingles and... Read more
The Scabies or itch mite is a parasitic arthropod which is known to burrow inside the skin in order to lay eggs. The mites are not visible to the naked eye as they are microscopic.
Let’s read and learn more about the biological characteristics of Scabies Mites –
When seen under a microscope, the actual size of a Scabies mite actually comes out to be around... Read more
The normal life cycle of s Scabies mite is from ten to seventeen days. A female mite is capable of laying eggs for up to two months. If you get yourself treated (after discovering symptoms of the infection) with a safe and effective product like Dr Scabies, the itching will go away in few days but the infection can only be treated in about 4 to 8 weeks. In... Read more
Scabies symptoms are first seen as a mild red colored rash. Later the patient experiences intense itching that can cause him trauma and immense discomfort. The mites can only survive inside the body of the host. So, they like to stay hidden in order to survive.
Let’s read on more about the Scabies mites and their modus operandi –
1. Common Areas of... Read more
Scabies is caused by mites that dig burrows under the skin of the host and keep burrowing in order to lay eggs. The female mite keeps burrowing inside the skin and the irritation of the skin due to the feces and the eggs causes an itch. It is more common in the night when the body is warm and fuzzy.
Let’s read on a little more about theses mites that pack... Read more
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The active ingredients of Dr. Scabies Treatment formulas are officially monographed in the "Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of The United States."