It had been said over and over again that bed bugs can bring a lot of bad things. And it’s definitely true. Probably, the worst of all those bad things are the bed bug bites. Those pests can leave you red and itchy rashes that eventually become nasty scars.
But how do you get rid of those scars, asked by one of our readers.
I’ve already tried SCARZONE and PREFERON as well as some foreign whitening creams….but nothing is working, these scars that resulted from bed bug bites are impervious to all treatments i’ve tried.
can someone please give me some suggestions? i need something that WORKS!
One answer we got for that question is this:
Your solution may be as simple as fresh lemons. Lemons and their juices have been used to fade scarring, age spots and freckles. I guess you could go the cheaper route and use the real lemon concentrate stuff in the bottle or just get a bag of three or lemons cut a slice off three or four times a day and rub it on the area.
Most over-the-counter remedies are just industrial waste that has been refined so that you’ll buy it and get rid of it for the big corps. Lemons might be your answer here.
There are a few places to look for natural remedies that involve hemp. Hemp is a legal, 100% thc free product. Micro-plant is high in natural silica that may also reduce the appearance of scarring. The natural way is usually the best way to go.
Good luck, you’ll smell so Lemony.
Indeed, bed bug bites can leave ugly scars. But with some creams and natural remedies, you can get rid of those. But have you already done something not to have those bed bug bites again? Even if you find the best product for your scars and yet had done nothing about the pests, you won’t be able to solve your problem in the long term. That’s because with bed bugs still present, you will still be bitten by them.
So to prevent the repeat of having rashes and scars, make sure to kill bed bugs. After all, they are the root of the problem. Cut them out and you won’t have any bed bug bite again. But how do you do it? You have a lot of options. Two of the effective solutions you can use are green bed bug spray and alcohol
If you want to use bed bug spray, there are many offline and online stores where you can buy it from.
If you want to use an alcohol, watch the video below.