DIY Anti-Itch Spray for Humans AND Dogs

Reblogged from Dogtalk: “I used it on my OWN mosquito bites and minor skin abrasions last summer, and it worked better than any ready-made remedy I’ve ever purchased! It’s inexpensive, all natural, and easy to mix up. If you have a dog with itching problems caused by allergies, insect bites, healing wounds, sunburn, or hotspots, give it a try.”

You will need:
*witch hazel
*aloe vera gel
*tea tree oil
*lavendar (optional) 
*and a 4-ounce spritzer bottle.

You can get all these ingredients at any drugstore.

Fill the spritzer bottle about half and half with the witch hazel and aloe vera gel. Add about 15 drops of tea tree oil. If you want to make it smell even better, add a few drops of lavendar. Shake it up. It will have the consistency of a thin lotion. Apply the lotion daily or as needed, and gently massage into the affected areas

5 thoughts on “DIY Anti-Itch Spray for Humans AND Dogs

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  2. I am really fascinated by your article here, i have a facebook group of pretty much same category, i was wodering if i can post your stuff there in my facebook group by your permission, ofcourse.

  3. I recently read that tea tree oil is dangerous to use on pets. Can I make this without tea tree oil & if so would it be as effective? It sounds like a good recipe. Thank you

    1. I haven’t heard about the tea tree oil issue with pets… I’d think to be 100% sure – you should talk to your vet. Keep in mind that different dog breeds have different skin types too!

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