Insect Bites


1. Insect bites and stings are common and usually cause only minor irritation.  

2. When an insect bites, it releases saliva that can cause skin around the bite to become red, swollen and itchy. 

3. Many Insects like bees and wasps leave a sting under the skin which must be removed at the earliest to prevent infection.


1. Most reactions to insect bites and stings are mild, causing little more than redness, itching, stinging or swelling. 

2. A small hole, or the sting itself, may also be visible. The lump may have an inflamed (red and swollen) area around it that may be filled with fluid.

Dr.Skin Suggestions


1. Itchgel cools and soothes the skin with pure aloe vera juice.

2. It protects the skin with natural mineral soothing agents.

3. Herbal anti-fungal agents prevents infection and reduces redness and itching sensation.

4. Itchgel provides quick relief from five types of itches - insect bites, rashes, skin allergy, prickly heat and fungal infections.

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1. Cover exposed skin.  

2. Avoid rubbing or scratching the affected area because it can make the irritation worse and may lead to infection getting aggressive. 

3. Washing the bite with soap and water helps to reduce swelling.