When you get diculated, you’ll be getting the same thing you’ve been receiving from a vaccination.
Itchy bumps, red bumps and white spots will all go away.
But as with any vaccination, there are some precautions that you need to take.
First of all, the dic vaccine should be stored away from children.
It should only be given to people over the age of 18 and only after being dosed in a hospital.
Secondly, avoid getting it on your skin.
The dic will react with the skin, causing an allergic reaction.
Thirdly, wash it thoroughly with water and soap.
Finally, avoid touching the dics with a razor or other sharp object.
There are also a number of products available to make dic vaccines more effective, but they aren’t always as effective as the vaccine itself.