My daughter also has a strong reaction to bites. Apparently the body reacts like that, I even somehow gave her antiallergic pills in order to remove it. And so there are many all kinds of daubs so that the child does not scratch the bite. We tried different things, it usually helps us
If an infection has joined, you need to treat it with an antiseptic. Miramistin helps me well. It kills germs and prevents infection and promotes faster healing.
The child has the same theme. Like summer, the mosquito nightmare begins. I try to prevent bites. I spray there with all sorts of mosquito sprays, well, and a fumigator at home is a must
I think that in your case you need to combine it with anti-allergic agents. As far as I know, Fenistil helps relieve itching. Can be treated with Miramistin, and then smeared with Fenistil. But in general, I would also see a doctor
If I were you, I would not look for advice on the Internet, but show the child to a dermatologist. Do not joke with health, and it is not far from pyoderma. Now there is also an invasion of all kinds of mosquitoes and midges, be careful.
It is better, of course, to consult a doctor or a pharmacy. And if you use home remedies, then you can take a decoction of chamomile, it has a calming and anti-inflammatory effect. You can even bathe a child in chamomile. But remember hot water and hot compresses increase skin irritation. So better than room temperature or even cool. A couple more herbs that help: Frankincense can soothe sore skin. Lavender helps relieve stress and reduce itching. Oil calendula can reduce itching by moisturizing the skin. Also, baking soda is a natural antipruritic agent that can be used for all types of itching, but it is especially effective against itchy skin caused by insect bites. Add 1 cup baking soda soda in a bath with a little cool water. You need to lie in it for about 30-60 minutes, or make some lotions.