This anti-itch spray contains natural remedies that relieve itching immediately. I've used it successfully on mosquito bites, poison ivy, sunburn, chigger bites, and nettle burns.

Cooling Anti-Itch Spray Recipe This simple Anti-Itch Spray uses witch hazel, aloe vera gel, sea salt, menthol crystals, apple cider vinegar, and essential oils to stop the itch.

Materials – ¼ cup witch hazel – 1 tsp salt – ½ tsp menthol crystals – 2 TBSP aloe vera gel

– 1 TBSP apple cider vinegar (or additional aloe) – 5 drops lavender essential oil (optional) – 5 drops calendula essential oil (optional)

Instructions – In a small saucepan, heat the witch hazel over low heat until warm to the touch (about 130 degrees). – Add the salt and stir until dissolved.

-Stir menthol crystals into witch hazel with tweezers or gloves. Touching eyes or sensitive areas after touching menthol can sting. – When the menthol is dissolved set the mixture aside to cool.

– When it is cool, add the aloe vera gel, apple cider vinegar, and essential oils if using. – Carefully transfer the mixture to a spray bottle for use.

Notes To use, spray and let dry on itchy skin. Store at room temperature or in the refrigerator.