Getting rid of mosquito bite scars involves icing down the area as soon as the bite occurs, applying an over-the-counter hydro-cortisone cream and using a fade cream to lighten the resulting scar. Reduce inflammation from mosquito bites with advice from a board-certified dermatologist in this free video series on healthy skin care.
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Potato juice can be effective in getting rid of acne scars, but stretch marks may not be affected by its astringent and antibacterial qualities. Use fresh, raw potato juice topically… Read More
Removing plantar warts can be done by applying a 40 percent salicylic acid plaster onto the area overnight for several nights, which will gradually eat away at the growth. Find… Read More
Removing warts at home is best done using a wart removal liquid that is high in salicylic acid, as this acid eats away at the skin without causing uncontrollable bleeding.… Read More
To remove foot calluses that are commonly found on the soles of the feet, wear comfortable and supportive shoes, use foam pads inside the shoes for more comfort, and scrub… Read More
Removing hanging warts is best done by a professional, but tying a piece of nylon thread around the base of the wart on a nightly basis can cut off the… Read More
The cause of plantar warts is viral, often a result of too much pressure on the sole of the foot, beating down on the area or trauma to the foot.… Read More