If a product is not listed, that means it is not a sure treatment against parasites. We are in business to provide effective treatments that help patients. I review products and give my honest opinion. I cannot tell you which products work and which don't. I can tell you if the price is right and which products are cheap, or if the products have problems. My reviews don't constitute medical advice, but simply my honest opinions.
Here are my top recommendations for parasiticides and treatments: 1. Keratoconjunctivitis: My first recommendation is for people who have a history of keratoconjunctivitis. People with keratoconjunctivitis may think that the symptoms are caused by parasites. But they are not. It is just an inflammation of the skin caused by the inflammatory response to bacteria. I prescribe a treatment that will work for you. If you don't have keratoconjunctivitis, I recommend this product. Dermacaftin and tetracyclines are the two most commonly used medications. The second most commonly used medication is benzofloxacin. Both drugs are used for the treatment of pandemic or acute infections of the skin. A person who has had an acute infection will feel the pain and inflammation when they scratch themselves. This will worsen as the infection progresses and causes more pain.