Something that works !!!

Something that works !!!

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wtm

Laveen, AZ

#1 Feb 11, 2010
My wife sells Avon, and was bugging me to try their Skin so Soft (body oil), finally after much henpecking, I did !!!!

It works, It works, It works !!!!

You just pour it all over your body, give it a few minutes, and start rubbing it in. You will then start getting all sorts of them bugs out from your pores.

I immediately started getting large black specks (pregnant females), smaller black specks (non-pregnant females),and white hard looking pieces of skin ( eggs ??) out from my pores.

I have been using it for about a week now, and my head and body are slowly starting to get rid of those creepy, crawling things.

Now I just have to get them out of my clothes and the house !!!!!

I understand that Steri-fab works good on the house, I am going to try to pick some up and try it out.

Have been using A&H and Borax in the laundry, but it does not kill the eggs that stay in the clothes.

At least this is a start !!!!

The SoS can make your skin dry, so you occasionally will need some skin cream put on.

Please try this and let me know how it is working for you ???
Vann from Tennessee

United States

#2 Feb 11, 2010
wtm,
Can you tell us exactly which body oil you are using? They have dozens of different kinds of Skin So Soft. Gels, fusions, whipped, sensual. Do you have a product number or an internet link?

You may have discovered more evidence that body oils (any kind) kill the mites by suffocation. I don't believe that Skin So Soft contains any toxic chemicals such as Benzyl Benzoate (AKA Ascabiol, Benzemul). Can you also provide a listing of the ingredients?

I think you are on to a major piece of this puzzle! Check out Pattty's link here for similar results using her Biosilk discovery:
http://www.topix.com/forum/health/scabies/TC1...

PS) Great discovery, many thanks for reporting this!

Best to all,
Vann
Vann from Tennessee

United States

#3 Feb 12, 2010
WTM,

Additional evidence that any body oil rubbed into the skin kills the mites by suffocation:

Kim said, "..buy hand sanitizer and put it all over my body and wipe off before it dries and its worked. you can even see them on the kleenex when you wipe urself off. first time in months that ive been itch free.\o/..."
http://www.topix.com/forum/health/scabies/TTE...

And we have my cure [now 5 weeks being FREE ] using Grape Seed Oil.
http://www.topix.com/forum/health/scabies/T47...

Ditto the use of Vaseline, but I can't find those messages because the Search Engine here does not scan through messages.

God speed your cure,
Vann
Vann from Tennessee

United States

#4 Feb 16, 2010
WTM,
Exactly which Skin So Soft are you using? There are so many different kinds. Do you have an internet link to the correct one?

Best of luck to you.
Vann
hughg

New Port Richey, FL

#5 Feb 16, 2010
Geez, I used to use skin so soft in Cuba. All it did was make the skeeters stick to you so you could slap them. To this day I still can't stand the smell of the stuff.
buggie

Rio Rancho, NM

#6 Feb 17, 2010
Vann from Tennessee wrote:
...Additional evidence that any body oil rubbed into the skin kills the mites by suffocation...
In my experience, a thick oil (I was using Home Health Castor Oil which is thicker than other brands) does suffocate surface mites but does not kill under the surface mites (mites in burrows or hair folicles). The newly hatched mites come back in full force the next day using oil only.
I used that brand for about six months and it felt so healing after the poison perm treatments and I got relief of no live mites racing around my body and I could sleep (I never had the itching, I just had live bugs walking on my skin and bedding and no I wasn't delusional). It's a thick oil, not so great for use in the daytime.
I mixed the oil with lavender or tea tree oil and it just irritated my skin. I didn't mix it with D.E. because I didn't know about D.E. then.
WTM

Laveen, AZ

#7 Jun 7, 2010
Sorry, I don't check back often enough !!!

It is the skin so soft "body oil", you can get it
in a 32 oz. spray bottle.

I first put on Theraneem Neem lotion, and rub it until it goes dry. Then put on the Skin so Soft and rub it in. Stuff just starts coming out from under the skin.

You can use the Skin so Soft directly, but after a while your skin will start to feel weird.

After I use it, I rinse it off in the shower.
WTM

Laveen, AZ

#8 Jun 7, 2010
Another item that works, I used by accident.

It is Biore "deep pore cleaner" scrub. Comes in a light green plastic squeeze bottle. Not cheap, about $7. a bottle.

Get in the shower, rinse with HOT water to open the pores. Squeeze some of the scrub on, and rub the heck out of it on your infected skin area. It has pumice in it, but as you rub it in, you will feel the pumice start to multiply. They are not multiplying, it is the bugs coming out. keep scrubbing that area till you don't feel any more "grainy" stuff. rinse off and repeat as needed.

I use it in the morning and in the night before bed time. Stuff seems to be getting smaller, and slowly getting less in quantity.
LDH

Covington, LA

#9 Jun 8, 2010
The permethrin cream has made my 15 yr. old son extremely itchy, more than all the other nights that he just had the bugs bothering him.

What can you apply on top of the permethrin cream to ease this itchy frenzy??
He took 2 benadryl and it hasn't helped!! Help!!

It has freaked me out to use the cream on me as the doctor said to treat the whole family.

It is 4 am and he is awake and going crazy!
Armed and Fabulous

Ross, CA

#10 Jun 8, 2010
LDH wrote:
The permethrin cream has made my 15 yr. old son extremely itchy, more than all the other nights that he just had the bugs bothering him.
What can you apply on top of the permethrin cream to ease this itchy frenzy??
He took 2 benadryl and it hasn't helped!! Help!!
It has freaked me out to use the cream on me as the doctor said to treat the whole family.
It is 4 am and he is awake and going crazy!
A warm (not hot) bath with baking soda usually calms the itch. If you have a little peppermint oil that you can add, it is even better, because it is cooling (only a few drops though or it will feel too cold.
Armed and Fabulous

Ross, CA

#11 Jun 8, 2010
Let your doctor know that your son has had a bad reaction to the permethrin cream and perhaps they can perscribe something else. Normally the permethrin doesn't cause itching right away.
MikDee

Milford, PA

#12 Jun 8, 2010
WTM wrote:
Sorry, I don't check back often enough !!!
It is the skin so soft "body oil", you can get it
in a 32 oz. spray bottle.
I first put on Theraneem Neem lotion, and rub it until it goes dry. Then put on the Skin so Soft and rub it in. Stuff just starts coming out from under the skin.
You can use the Skin so Soft directly, but after a while your skin will start to feel weird.
After I use it, I rinse it off in the shower.
Do you mean "bath oil"? That's what I bought, & tried it directly it did nothing for me? but did stink, anyway I don't have scabies, I have some type of mite, so maybe thats why?

One night I decided to soak myself in it (being as I bought it) before bed to stop the itching, and to see if it would help,,, it appeared to help with that, but I didn't get a good night sleep though, it seemed to feel weird?
Braveheart

Vancouver, Canada

#13 May 11, 2013
I was told that you can't see scabies or demodex and yet I've picked off hundreds of some kind of mite so what is it? I'm like the first posted guy there but all my research says scabies are too small to be seen with naked eye. I'm going monday with my bag of very visable goodies to my Dr. and all these posts are so old so not sure if anyone from original post is posting.

Since: Apr 13

San Jose, CA

#14 May 11, 2013
Braveheart wrote:
I was told that you can't see scabies or demodex and yet I've picked off hundreds of some kind of mite so what is it? I'm like the first posted guy there but all my research says scabies are too small to be seen with naked eye. I'm going monday with my bag of very visable goodies to my Dr. and all these posts are so old so not sure if anyone from original post is posting.
I am in the process of locating/contacting an infectious disease specialist for me and my son, I also have a bag of goodies for them, I hope and pray that one doctor can treat the both of us (using effective internal antibiotics/meds). I may possibly have to find a pediatric infectious disease specialist for my child (8 yrs). I am treating us both with clove oil/coconut oil, my son with sulfer/vaseline only). The bugs I have collected look like some kind of black mite...and primarily have come from our feet.

I am also drinking DE, and giving my son clarkia drops. I hate this and all I can do is be positive that this will be over soon.
vannah

United States

#15 May 12, 2013
Ok on may 7th 2013 I went to the er for a rash and itching and the doctor said I had scabies..the following day I went and filled my per. Meds that he gave me I rubbed it all over my body and made sure all of my skin was covered with clothes. The following morning after leaving the meds on for 19 hours I took a showerr and air dryed. And then put another application on and left it on again for 19 hours. The next morning I woke up and took a showerr. It stoped the itching by a lot. But I was still worried that they weren't gone from everything I was reading on this form. So I went to wal mart and brought 3 gal. Of viniger proixde ad vasline and borax and rubber gloves and a air bed. I went thur and sprayed my hole house down with a broax,proixde mix and once it dryed I vaccumed it and then lint rolled all carpets,sofa curtins etc. I sprayed the walls with lysol. And now I bath myself 2 times a day in a borax proixde mix and soak for a hour. And then I stayed in the shower and scurbed table salt into my skin on all areas. Let that sit on my skin for like 15 mins and then washed it off. And then I dumped vinger all over my body I did this 2 times a day. An I'm completely itch free. And I have no new "bumps" appering. This is the first time I've ever had this horriable skin conditon. And the marks that are on my skin are almost all gone. Each day they fade more and more. And the bumps that I itched open I use a cotton ball and tape the cotton ball with vinger on it to dry up the wounds. And this has been working I'm mite free and itch free. I'm soo glad I found this form. I hope some of this info will help someone else out.
Braveheart

Vancouver, Canada

#16 May 14, 2013
I found the best website that lists all the different cures you can try to get rid of any funky itchy, biting things that may or may not be a mite. I've done a lot of reading and I have no affiliation with this guy just super impressed with how he set up all the information and how to get rid of them. A 4 part approach. It is
http://morgellonscure.com/
Braveheart

Vancouver, Canada

#17 May 14, 2013
ps- scabies are microscopic so if you are seeing something like the guy in the first post it is not scabies. That is what makes all this so confusing. The only one I found that said nearly microscopic was the black pepper mite/bird mite ultimately it doesn't matter what it is just that we get rid of it right?!!
VSS

Hollywood, FL

#18 May 14, 2013
Braveheart wrote:
I found the best website that lists all the different cures you can try to get rid of any funky itchy, biting things that may or may not be a mite. I've done a lot of reading and I have no affiliation with this guy just super impressed with how he set up all the information and how to get rid of them. A 4 part approach. It is
http://morgellonscure.com/
$149 for your voodoo witch craft magnitizer? A quick buck from the morgellons sufferers out there, eh? FU.
FUVM.

Since: Apr 13

San Jose, CA

#19 Jun 1, 2013
Braveheart wrote:
ps- scabies are microscopic so if you are seeing something like the guy in the first post it is not scabies. That is what makes all this so confusing. The only one I found that said nearly microscopic was the black pepper mite/bird mite ultimately it doesn't matter what it is just that we get rid of it right?!!
Yes a mite is a mite, I can see mine!

Since: Apr 13

San Jose, CA

#20 Jun 1, 2013
Itchy99 wrote:
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I am in the process of locating/contacting an infectious disease specialist for me and my son, I also have a bag of goodies for them, I hope and pray that one doctor can treat the both of us (using effective internal antibiotics/meds). I may possibly have to find a pediatric infectious disease specialist for my child (8 yrs). I am treating us both with clove oil/coconut oil, my son with sulfer/vaseline only). The bugs I have collected look like some kind of black mite...and primarily have come from our feet.
I am also drinking DE, and giving my son clarkia drops. I hate this and all I can do is be positive that this will be over soon.
following up on this post, I cannot see an infectious disease specialist because they want a scraping from a derm, the derm did a scraping, saw nothing. The derm even looked at the black dots i brought her through the microscope, she said she couldn't see anything to really identify what they were, so there it is, I can't even see an infectious disease specialist period, unless someone in northern california will see me without a referral.

Now I am using, day 3..liquid MSM, both drinking it and applying it on my skin, works a lil better than my previous clove oil regime. I will be patient this week to see how I am feeling. Also, I am taking a bleach bath tonight, my first one, any ideas of what I should put in the water?

I have the following:

Household chlorine bleach
clove bud oil
clove leaf oil
orange oil
tea tree oil
eucalyptus oil
cayenne pepper
A & H
H202 3%
Epsom salt (2 big bags)
liquid camphor 1710-175
Sublimed Sulfer of flowers POWDER

what combos should I use? and exactly what should I put in the water?

TY in advance.

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