Our Mite Removal Ointment is great at targeting and eliminating mites and their eggs. During use, you will see that the skin itching and redness caused by the bites of mites, lice, etc. will gradually be relieved.
Scabies is a parasitic infection on your skin caused by microscopic mites called Sarcoptes scabiei. They take up residence just beneath your skin’s surface, laying eggs that cause an itchy skin rash. The condition is extremely contagious and is passed through skin-to-skin contact. You can also catch scabies from clothing or bedding that’s been used by someone with scabies.
- Treats scabies rashes and relieves itching
- Has strong antibacterial effect on Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli and Candida albicans
- Has super penetrating power, safe to use, effective, and no side effects
- Fresh herbal fragrance, non-greasy after use, keep skin fresh and comfortable
- Ingredients: Argy Wormwood Leaf, Cortex Dictamni, Sophora Flavescens Ait, Cortex Phellodendri, Fructus Cnidii, Pseudolarix amabilis (Nelson) Rehd, Camphor, Lanolin, Vaseline, Chlorhexidine Acetate, Water
HOW TO USE
1. Clean and dry the affected area before use.
2. Spread the cream evenly on the affected area and massage gently until it is completely absorbed.
3. Do it 2-3 times a day.
1. If you receive a scabies diagnosis, your doctor will likely recommend that your entire family be treated because it's contagious and can spread quickly through close person-to-person contact.
2. For external use only. Please keep away from the eyes, nose and mouth.
3. To prevent re-infection, all items used by the infected person before application, such as clothes, bed sheets, towels, etc., should be washed with hot water and detergent. If you don’t have access to hot water, place the items in plastic bags and store them away from home for five to seven days.
4. Do not use on wounds and ulcers.
5. It's not ideal for pregnant women and babies.
6. Avoid skin-to-skin contact with a person who has scabies.
7. Avoid touching items such as the clothing or bedding of a person who may have scabies.
8. Itching may not stop for many weeks after treatment.