Naturasil Scabies Treatment: 100% All Natural
The products listed below are 100% natural FDA registered homeopathic medicines and over the counter scabies treatments:
- Naturasil for Scabies Treatment is an FDA registered homeopathic natural scabies medicine that relieves the scabies mites from the outside and penetrates the skin to work internally as well.
- Naturasil for Scabies Treatment Topical Cream is an FDA registered homeopathic specially formulated scabies cream that works with the Naturasil for Scabies liquid to eliminate the scabies rash caused by mites burrowing in the skin.
- Naturasil Immune Renew helps boost your immune system overall to help your body's natural defenses.
- Naturasil Sulfur-Lavender Medicated Soap is an FDA registered homeopathic medicated scabies soap used in conjunction with our topical products to assist in deeply cleansing the skin and to symptomatically treat scabies infections.
By using these products in combination you will more effectively treat your scabies by healing you and treating your environment at the same time. Each product has been carefully crafted with you and your family's health and safety in mind.
The Nightmare Finally Ends!
Posted by Bryan
If you are reading this i know exactly how you felt. I have been "trying" to get rid of these nasty things for over two months with no success with permethrin and countless other products. It has been a week since i started this regimen and i am FINALLY sleeping and getting back to a normal existence. If you are serious about getting rid of your scabies don't think twice about this product!
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What is Scabies?
Scabies is very contagious skin condition that is caused by a mite. The rash is extremely itchy and can be difficult to diagnose. It can affect both humans and animals. Scabies can affect anyone regardless of age, gender, or personal hygiene. Scabies are caused by the mite, Sarcoptes scabiei. Scabies mites are attracted to the warmth and smell of humans. Female mites burrow into the skin, creating small, threadlike tunnels that can sometimes be seen on the skin. The mites lay eggs and leave feces in these tunnels.
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