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Natural Remedies for Mosquito Bites

Getting Rid of Mosquito Bite Marks: 5 Methods You Need to Know

Research shows that when you look better you feel better, and there’s nothing like having clear and smooth skin to help you build a little body confidence. Mosquito bite marks can be a real annoyance, especially during summer. They can itch and sting, and they can also leave behind brutal scars. If you’re looking for natural ways to get rid of mosquito bite marks, we’ve got you covered.

Here are five of our favorite natural remedies to soothe the itch and revitalize your skin after getting bitten by a mosquito

Witch Hazel for Anti-Inflammatory Relief

What It Does: Witch hazel is a natural anti-inflammatory agent that can help reduce the swelling and redness associated with mosquito bites. It’s also a good choice if you're looking for a natural insect repellent. It contains astringent properties that can help ward off mosquitoes and other bugs.

How to Use It: It’s available in liquid or cream form and can be applied directly to the skin using a cotton swab or pad, or with your hands.

Aloe Vera for Its Cooling Properties

What It Does: Aloe Vera is a natural remedy that is often used to soothe sunburns. It also has cooling properties that can soothe mosquito bite marks.

How to Use It: Simply cut off a piece of the aloe vera plant and apply it to the bite mark. Leave it on for a few hours, or overnight if possible.

Of course, our go-to is aloe vera straight from the leaf, but there are also shelf-stable remedies available with extended expiration dates.

Cucumber for Its Hydrating Effects

What it Does: Cucumber is a powerhouse when it comes to getting rid of mosquito bite marks. Cucumber is a natural astringent that helps tighten the skin and reduce swelling. It also has hydrating effects, which can help soothe the skin and reduce the appearance of redness and inflammation.

How to Use It: simply slice a cucumber and place the slices on the affected area. Leave them in place for 10-15 minutes, then rinse with cold water. Repeat as needed.

Honey for Its Antibacterial Properties

Honey is another natural solution to help your mosquito marks heal. Honey has antibacterial properties, which can help prevent infection and speed up healing.

How to Use It: Apply a thin layer to the affected area and allow it to dry. Repeat several times a day as needed, however, be sure to wash the honey off before you go outside! The high sugar content can attract more mosquitos.

Tea Tree Oil for Its Soothing Properties

What it Does: Tea tree oil is a natural remedy often used to heal mosquito bite marks. It has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, which help to reduce swelling and infection.

How to Use it:

  1. Dilute a few drops of the oil with carrier oil or water and apply it to the affected area with a cotton ball.

  2. Leave it on for a few minutes, then rinse it off with water.

  3. Repeat as needed.


The next time you get bitten by a mosquito, try one of these five natural remedies to help speed up the natural healing process and reduce the appearance of discoloration or bite marks on your skin. As always, love the skin you’re in and stay confident!

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