Here is what I did that works, because bleach, borax, turmeric, onion and vinegar are way too harsh to apply on skin.
ORDER>> Neem oil and Tea Tree online (100% cosmetic grade).
GO TO>> grocery store an buy unrefined extra virgin coconut oil, buy several bottles of fabric disinfectant spray, medicated body soap and Sulfur shampoo. GO TO>> Beauty store and buy Eucalyptus oil, Peppermint oil, Rosemary oil. GO TO>> Natural food store and buy African Black soap with Tea Tree.
First>> strip bedding, wash with bleach. Spray fabric disinfectant on coach, chairs, carpet, Car seat
NEXT>> Shower with sulfur shampoo, medicated soap and african black soap. leaving soaps on body for 5 or 10 minutes with water off.
THEN>> Apply coconut oil, Eucalyptus and peppermint oils
REPEAT next day, soaps, shampoo, coconut and peppermint oils.
WHEN Neem oil arrives, apply that.
Neem and Tea Tree
I keep getting these itchy bumps all in a row between the webbing of my fingers especially while sleeping. At first I thought I got poison ivy but in time it became apparent they were probably related to some bug. I did some research and scabies seemed to be the closest fit. Piecing together information on earth clinic I came up with a plan as I did not want to use pharmaceutical pesticides over my whole body which I heard often didn't even work. At first I took super hot baths which seemed to help but did not knock everything else. Then I used tiger balm on the itchy bumps and also dipped my hands in hot hot water as that is primarily where the infection was. Then I got some tea tree ointment and added glove & neem liberally treating the affected areas. Finally I alternated between tea tree oil soap and neem soap every other day. Between this and the ointment I put on it seemed to wipe things out.