Summer mats need to be dried once a week
In summer, some people have erythema, pimples, and itchy and irritable after sleeping on the mat, and some scratches also include redness, swelling, and ulcers. This disease is called mat dermatitis.
In order to avoid this situation, the summer mat should be wiped daily and kept dry, and the room should be ventilated. To prevent parasites, it is best to remove the dandruff every week, then scrub it with water and expose it to the sun for several hours.In this way, mites, bacteria and their eggs that are not easily visible to the naked eye can be killed, so that “a day to scrub and a week to dry.”
Do not scratch when mild dermatitis occurs. You can take anti-allergic drugs and vitamin C. Except for rubbing alcohol containing antipruritic agents or topical anti-allergic ointments, you should go to the hospital in time if you have blisters.