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By kaylajere / Wednesday 26 May 2010 08:17 / United States
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By  cmdr_keen  |  0

Try ice-cubes on the bite. They'll relieve the itch and help take away the burning sensation. Just wrap the ice-cube in something like papertowels first though.

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  Trickyklown  |  0

Wow why would you scratch your bug bites? That makes it worse! I'm sure there is cream or something to help ease the pain, use your head for once. Nothing says "Come bite me" like sun burned flesh.

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Lol I fell asleep tanning once the sun is so calming. Really tho op next time get some bug repellent (they have a clip on kind now) and some sun screen. Maybe try taking a cool shower? The water hitting your skin can ease the itching and the cool water will feel good on your burn. I could be wrong, but it's worth a try. Oh but get some ocean potion and put it in the fridge for a bit. It's works great and really feels good:) Good luck!

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  imnutsss  |  0

whitey's,come on...you know shouldn't be tanning...enjoy your milky white privileged skin...otherwise enjoy the years you'll endure ahead with skin cancer! dummies...

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  hogsss  |  0

pop the mosquito bites with a sterilized needle. sterilize the needle by putting it over a flame for abt 30sec. let the poison come out..no more itch

By  cmdr_keen  |  0

Try ice-cubes on the bite. They'll relieve the itch and help take away the burning sensation. Just wrap the ice-cube in something like papertowels first though.

By  letmeinplease  |  0

Use cream you dumbass. Anti-itch cream, after-sun cream, oh, and sun cream in the first place. If you don't tan easily, you should ALWAYS ce using cream when it's sunny. YDI.

By  tincans  |  0

I live in florida, we get bitten by multiple mosquitos if we fall asleep outside or not. /; try rubbing toothpaste on the bites, it should stop the itching.

By  xundria  |  5

to all of you saying use sunscreen if you don't want skin cancer, do some research. sunscreen only gives you a false sense of security letting you think you can stay in the sun longer whilest it really only blocks the good sun rays (vitamin d) and let's the cancerous ones in.

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  FinnGirl12  |  2

Actually, straight from the Skin Cancer Association: http://www.skincancer.org/Sunscreens-Explained.html Look at the bottom for myths, including the one about Vitamin D. Sunscreens are essential if you are going to be outside for any amount of time.

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