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As I said on another link, I used rum to try to kill the scabies and their eggs and so far it seems to work very well indeed. I had scabies in my scalp, which my dermatologist didnt believe. I saw them and the eggs with an eye loop I ordered on amazon. Nasty things too. I also used Permethrin but they dont give you much in the tube and you need to do a mass killing due to the prolific amount of eggs. With my gallon jug of rum I use as much as I want. I tried a lot of other things like tea tree oil , garlic, turmeric, etc. Forget that stuff. Alcohol is the best. Use alcohol suitable for drinking. Just to be safe. If you can drink it, you can use it on your skin. I didnt even get a headache. Also, you can spray your mattress with alchohol as well. So , ask your scabies what kind of alchohol they prefer. They won’t enjoy it long. Also, I used an exfoliant by St. Ives. Blemish Control (apricot). Alcohol, exfoliant, and Permethrin make for a formidable strategy to defeat the buggers. Borax is also good. for the mattress. I thought of a Borax shampoo, but havent needed to try it as the alcohol seems to be very effective. Good Luck? No. Good Information. That’s what you need.