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A baking soda paste made with water: "The theory is that baking soda is alkaline and will relieve or reduce pain from bites and stings that inject acid into the skin, like bee stings," said Hema Sundaram, a Washington, ., dermatologist and laser surgeon. But "it's unlikely that anything applied to the skin can reach insect venom injected beneath the skin that spreads deeper within a few minutes." Rubbing is what probably feels effective because "it helps release endorphins [the body's natural pain reliever] and distracts you from the itch or sting," Sundaram said.

Steroid-free sarna anti-itch lotion

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