Crawling in your skin
Getting scabies can be one of the most horrifying experiences if you’ve ever experienced something like that. Scabies tends to be the subject of a lot of “STD jokes” around the water cooler, but transmission of scabies can happen almost anywhere if the skin is exposed, and for the people who have had these little mites, it is no laughing matter. Understanding scabies is not like tackling a virus or a bacterium. It is an actual bug, or mite. It is a bug that feasts on skin and burrows deep into the epidermis where it lays one to three eggs every single day, and a female can do this for weeks. This means that it can spread very quickly, and become very aggravated. You will know if you have scabies if your skin begins to burn and become very irritated. Another tell-tail sign is called a “zigzag blister”. These blisters are actually the paths that the might carves and lays its eggs.
Scabies are not fun to deal with as they are often transmitted sexually. However, you don’t need to be sexually active in order to get scabies. Scabies can be transmitted through shared clothing and even unclean toilet seats. It is entirely possible to contract scabies through many different avenues, as it only needs contact in order to transmit.
Getting scabies in not exactly life threatening, it’s just very embarrassing and irritating. It can be a very bad experience for anyone, so the best way to take care of this issue is to deal with it immediately.
It Mite Be Beat
Scabies do not like clean environments, as that does not provide them nutrients or cover; so unclean environments will allow them to thrive. Away from their favorite habitat, your skin, they will not survive long, especially if there are cleaning agents and soaps. They tend to survive well in warm, moist, and dark places, so making sure to keep clean and drying to the touch is a great way to prep yourself for taking on your scabies.
Scabies cannot survive in sanitized alcoholic environments, so you need to do the following: First, wet your skin with hand sanitizer with aloe. Then, layer on Orange Oil, and layer again with cocoanut oil hair conditioner. After that, apply the third layer of tea tree oil.
The next part is the creepy part as you watch hundreds of these mites running for their lives from this toxic (to them) concoction. All you need to do is keep this on for a good 45 minutes, which will kill just about any scabies that are scrapping around. Take a shower and then watch them flush down the drain. After that it is important to wash your sheets and bedding, thoroughly give your house a good cleaning, and you scabies will be history.
Making scabies a thing of the past is entirely possible. You just need to make sure to follow those steps perfectly and wear protection next time.