How to treat Children’s Bug Bites
Bug bites are a common thing that children must contend with, especially during the summer. While most of the time, they are not life threatening, bug bites can be extremely itchy causing the child to want to scratch them. However, this could break the skin, which could open the child up to an infection.
When your child has a bug bite, there are many things that you can do to help relieve this itching. For starters, a cold compress is something that can help soothe an itch. You can also apply a moisturizer to the skin in order to help keep it from itching. There are specific options available for bug bites.
In order to prevent infection, you should also make sure that you are keeping the bite washed and dried properly every day. Use mild soap that will not further irritate the skin. You can also apply a baking soda and water mixture to the bite to help fight itching.
Always encourage your child to avoid scratching the bite. If you find your child scratching at it, wash the bite immediately and apply something to the area that will help relieve the itch quickly. You can also put a bandage over the bite to help discourage itching as well.
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