WHY ARE SCABIES SO HARD TO KILL?
They’ve been around for thousands of years, yet even in the 21st century, we have people turning their lives upside down over scabies.
Sound like you?
You’re not alone.
In fact, it’s common for people to still be dealing with scabies one, two, three years after their initial diagnosis.
Here’s the sad truth:
Most doctors and medical professionals are uneducated on scabies.
My GP has been my GP for over 30 years. I respect him a lot. However, even he misinformed me about scabies.
He gave me a grossly incomplete treatment (bleach and permethrin).
Not surprisingly, it only half worked.
I was dealing with scabies a lot longer than I needed to, because my doctor wasn’t up to date on the research.
This is common with almost all doctors across the country and even the world, and here’s why:
Scabies is simply not a priority.
Doctors only have 24 hours in a day, and with the time they have for reading, they are reading about cancer, diabetes, heart disease, HIV.
Those things actually kill people. They’re important.
Nobody has ever died from scabies. In the world of medicine, it’s just not that important.
Even for dermatologists – they’re interested in melanoma, skin cancer, psoriasis, lupus. Not scabies.
New scabies studies come out regularly, but they’re just not at the top of doctors’ reading lists.
Can you blame them?
Would you want to read about scabies?
When you have patients dying and struggling with so many other things?
However, both you and I know, scabies is serious. It derails your whole life. Destroys your sleep. Drives you near insane. Makes you feel disgusting and hopeless. Makes you look disgusting and hopeless. Stresses your relationships.
Worst of all, it puts your life on hold, leaving you wondering if you’ll ever get it back.
This is exactly what happened to me, and in the months that followed, I made it my mission to learn absolutely everything there is to know about scabies.
As you can probably tell from my blog, I’ve spent hundreds of hours researching, reading studies, experimenting and testing.
And what happened? Here’s a story:
After successfully treating my scabies, I sent an email to my GP, listing all the treatments I had done, with references to the studies to back them up.
He emailed me back saying it was “impressive” and told me he’d read through it.
When I visited him some months later, he told me he’d never heard of any of those treatments.
On a more recent visit, he informed me he now forwards that email to every patient of his who has scabies.
Think about that for a second:
My GP of 30 years now uses my treatment plan instead of his.
Looking back on the studies and tests I’ve waded through, that actually doesn’t surprise me.
How long do you think your doctor spent learning about scabies at medical school?
One class? Two?
I would wager I’ve done more research on scabies than 95% of doctors and dermatologists. Probably more.
They didn’t have time to read all those scabies studies. I did.
Now that I’ve put my scabies nightmare to bed, I want to do the same for you.
It’s extremely disheartening to see so many people struggling with scabies, because it’s not complicated to treat.
You just need the right information.
Are you dealing with scabies?
Struggling to get rid of it?
Doctor told you something that didn’t quite work?
I’m not surprised.
To cure scabies effectively, you need a treatment plan that’s proven.
In most studies, the two standard prescription treatments for scabies – permethrin and ivermectin – are only shown to be 80% effective.
That means they won’t work for 20% of scabies sufferers!
But what do doctors do about this?
They just shrug their shoulders and say, “Hmm, try again?”
You need a more complete treatment plan.
There are at least four treatments that are shown to have a higher scabies kill rate than permethrin and ivermectin.
Combine those treatments together, and you have a fool-proof treatment guaranteed to destroy scabies in their tracks.
If you use those treatments correctly, in seven days mites should be dead.
In thirty days you should be clear of symptoms.
Not months, or years.
Just thirty days.
But, you need a treatment plan. One that utilizes all available treatments, and utilizes them in the right way.
How To Get Rid Of Scabies is my premium 30-day treatment plan.
Instead of spending hours poring through blog posts and forums and CDC articles, I give you a concise, step-by-step, proven treatment plan that you can start immediately.
You will know exactly what you need to do to destroy scabies forever and can start right now.
No more guesswork, no more moping around wondering if your treatment is working or not, no more scratching in the middle of the night wondering when you get your life back.
Each treatment also comes with one-line summaries of the studies that back them up, so you know what you’re doing is backed by real research and medical studies.
There is no other scabies resource like this in the world.
I’ve read the studies for you. I’ve put together the treatment plan. I’ve tested it. It works.
If you want the fastest, most painless, most effective, science-backed treatment plan for curing your scabies, this is it.
You will not find anything else like it anywhere on the web, or even from your doctor.
It also comes with my 30-day guarantee. If the treatment doesn’t work*, your money back. No questions asked.
As this is a new update for 2023, I’m also putting it on sale for a limited time at $27.
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After you’ve ordered, I’ll send you an email with some more instructions on getting started. Once you’re on my treatment plan, we only have one goal: Getting your life back to normal!
I’ll do everything possible to help you get there as fast as possible.
Looking forward to helping you with your treatment and your journey back to health.
*You’re entitled to a full refund if the treatment plan hasn’t worked. To this date, I have never seen it not work. Simply show me proof you have gone through the 30 day treatment plan without results and I’ll happily refund your payment in full.