The demand for sulfuric soap, which is thought to be good for scabies, which is known to be more common in recent times, has increased. While there was an increase in the number of people going to the herbal store with scabies, civilians with scabies tried to reduce their itching with sulfuric soap. Eskişehirlı transfer said that sulfur soap sales have started to increase recently, and pointed out that scabies disease is very difficult and delicate measures need to be taken. It was noted that citizens suffering from scabies can use both sulfur soap, and scavenger, and tea tree cream.
“We’ve seen a huge increase in scabies lately”
Koray Özkılıç, who works as a herbalist in Eskişehir, said they have recently observed an increase in scabies. Özkılıç said that sulfur soap sales have risen accordingly: “We have observed a large increase in scabies lately. Unfortunately, the solution is very difficult and doctors cannot find a definitive solution for it. Even if all household items are washed, if you forget a sweater you wore while you slept and put it back on, the disease picks up where it left off. We try to help citizens with sulfur soaps and creams. Of course, this does not solve the problem 100%, but it does reduce the itching a bit. Naturally, sales of sulfur-containing soaps increased accordingly. In addition, we also give the basil grass and the tea tree cream. Sulfur soap reduces the itchy craving and suppresses the scabies microbe in the skin.
What is Scabies?
Scabies is an infestation caused by microscopic eight-legged mites. In this disease, the females of the scabies lay their eggs in the outer layers of the skin. The mites lay their eggs on the skin and cause an allergic reaction on the skin, intense itching and a rash.
How is scabies transmitted?
Scabies is usually spread through skin-to-skin contact that lasts long enough for the mites to be passed from one person to another. It can also spread through shared personal items such as bedding or towels. It can also spread easily between family members and sexual partners. A normal handshake or hug is not a suitable method of transmission of the mange mite. The scabies mite is a very slow crawling creature, it cannot jump, fly. Scabies can be seen in places where cleaning conditions are not ideal and people are in close proximity for long periods of time. Anyone can get scabies, but sexually active adults with multiple partners, prisoners, people in institutional care, people living in crowded conditions, and people in care facilities for children or the elderly are among the groups most at risk of contracting scabies.