A newer class of drugs, called biologics, may help when topical medications haven’t worked. Unlike immunosuppressants and oral steroids that suppress the entire immune system, biologics, which are usually given by injection, affect only a very small portion of the immune system. “The biologics are targeted and focus on the specific immune pathway that is out of sync,” says Dr. Day. So far, one biologic drug has been approved for eczema. Certain biologics, including some used for other skin conditions , may increase the risk for infections, says Dr. Day. “Sometimes testing is required before you start a biologic, and doctors may continue to monitor you for infections.”
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.
First and foremost, use only one legal steroid stack at the same time. Different stacks are meant for different goals, if you think you have more than one goal then choose which one you think is better. For most first timers, this becomes an issue since losing fat & gaining those lean muscles are deeply coveted that they tend to be in such a hurry. This is where the saying patience is a virtue comes in. Rushing to lose weight has never been a good idea. It may give you your desired results for a temporary time and will just cause more harm than good. It is best to take it one step at a time. One stack at a time is advisable as it will help your body in achieving its goals safely. Using more than one stack has the tendency to decrease the effectiveness of the product and once you decide to stop using these stacks, your body will just return back to its old figure or worse. Taking time will ensure that your body is well-adjusted with the progress and therefore ensure that it will accept all the changes.