Scabies 24 Hour Natural Remedy Report – Reviewed!

Treating Scabies Naturally: Really?

If you have been suffering from scabies, you know how painful and irritating this condition gets! One thing for sure is that you wouldn’t want your skin to be probed by a doctor holding horrifying tools. And, you wouldn’t even want to go through a plethora of traditional scabies treatments, especially since they aren’t effective most of the time.

In most cases, you may not be fully cured, and with the side effects of heavy medications, you may end up being more prone to other skin diseases. We make it easier for the mites to crawl under our skin by taking those heavy antibiotics. Sad but true – that’s how most of us get frustrated and lose hope of curing this frustrating condition.

NOTE – After buying  Joe Barton’s “Scabies 24-Hour Natural Remedy Report” and following the program, this is my review.

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What scabies treatment options are there?

The two usual names you get to hear when it comes to treating scabies are Permethrin cream and Malathion lotion. Both of them have a number of side effects such as numbness, irritation, itchiness, etc. Yet, is curing scabies really worth bearing with these side effects? I’m sure you wouldn’t mind applying these remedies if they were actually effective in curing scabies. But honestly, all that these medicines actually do is add more to the pain!

You’ve probably already been out there trying out everything in your reach to get rid of these mites! And I’m sure you’re frustrated and tired of trying treatments that only work for a short time. You want a permanent cure! I was once in the same situation as you, so I decided to do some research on a new way to cure scabies. With a bit of luck, I found something that really helped.

The Scabies 24-Hour Natural Remedy Report!Scabies 24 Hour Natural Remedy Report

This treatment program claims to have cured thousands of scabies sufferers. To find out how effective the treatment was, I decided to try it for myself.

Written by Joe Barton, the book describes the various symptoms of scabies and the different natural treatments which many of us don’t even know exist. Apart from curing your scabies, it tells you about how to avoid the various types of scabies in the future.

You will finally get to know the major reasons behind scabies being untreatable by doctors. Honestly, it’s a relief knowing all that!  It really is amazing and something that I recommend any scabies sufferer should consider. Here’s why:

  • You get to know exactly what scabies is.
    I was quite surprised to read about what scabies really is and how these mites get to you. The book is a helpful guide, which explains the different types of scabies in an easy to understand manner. The best part is when it talks about the symptoms! You will get know why you could never figure scabies out in the early stages.
  • 100% natural cures.
    That’s probably the best part! You might not be a strong believer in natural medicine, but this book can literally convince you to follow these natural treatments. The book tells you about the different substances that you can use to treat scabies without any side effects. Not only are these remedies affordable, but they are widely available too.
  • Kill the mites forever!
    Did you even know about the eggs a female mite can leave under your skin? Even if those traditional creams recommended by doctors do kill mites, the eggs still remain, thus causing a number of other infections. All the cures mentioned in this book kill mites and remove their eggs from your skin. The best part is that you won’t have to suffer any inflammation or allergies in the process.

So what’s the downside?

The only trouble you may have with the program is that you’ll need to refrain from using your sunscreen and other lotions for a couple of days. But if you are fine with that,  then this scabies treatment is for you.

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11 comments

  1. Jen

    Well I live in Florida and it’s hard to avoid the beach. I’ll try though if it comes down to it. Can this be done during the week or will it take longer? Does his treatment dry your skin?

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    1. Matthew Post author

      Hi Jen,

      How long it takes depends on how bad your scabies is and far it has spread. If it is only on your hands, then it should be clear within the week. And no, the treatment shouldn’t dry your skin. But use a moisturizer just in case.

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    1. Matthew Post author

      Hi Naomi,

      Certain lotions, especially sunscreens contain ingredients (the fragrance often being the culprit) which may aggravate the rash and slow down the healing process.

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  2. RC Russel

    Not sure I have scabies or mites… whatever it is… not itchy until a scab is formed over what was a red spot. Mainly ‘they’ are on my torso… not tight places or folds of skin… ?
    Just to besure of the M.D.’s opinion, I did use the creame, but within 2 days, the same thing. Nturally bedding and clothing all cleaned including clearing out the car. Since I do not roll about on the ground it is sure interesting how I contracted anything. What about these being spider bites?

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    1. Kevin

      I would look around the mattress especially around where you lay your head. This could really be a case of Bedbugs rather than mites.

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  3. Debbie

    I have a rash under my bra, along side my underwear and on my backside. I have never had scabies ever. I was put on Lincane, which I left on for twelve hours. Which is to be treated weekly. I was wondering what I can do for the itchiness in the meantime? My doctor’s secretary recommends avenno soap and Benadryl. How long will this take to go away? I hate this, never had it and do not want it.

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  4. Stefanie

    I have had scabies for a while. We tried to treat it but it came back! I just need a way to get rid of this! It is driving me crazy!

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  5. Valerie

    I have a itchy red rash on both my legs, neck, ears and scalp. I have had it for about 2 1/2 weeks doctors put me on a weekly cream for 2 weeks and I am also on a pill but it doesn’t seem to be clearing up and the itching is driving be crazy

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