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About mosquito bites
Mosquito bites occur when you become knit by a mosquito and the body responds to the mosquito's saliva. It can burn and itch but it usually goes over quickly and is usually completely harmless.
The skin on the skin blushes and swells. Most often it itches as well. All people react differently. Some get large itchy mosquito bites, others barely notice the bite. As a rule, most bites disappear within a few days.
Once you have a mosquito bite, you can relieve the trouble by cooling down the swelling with cold water, with a piece of ice wrapped in cloth, alcohol wrap or cold conditioner. Ironing a weak hydrocortisone ointment on mosquito bites that is of greater difficulty can also work well to relieve the pain and irritation. Another effective alternative for relieving discomfort and itching is Aspivenin or Lifesystems - Bite Relief.
Try to avoid scratching so much on the bite. It can aggravate the itching and if the skin breaks, the bite can become infected. Furthermore, if you do not scratch the bite, it will heal faster.