This bug bite soother uses science to soothe your skin after mosquito, bee, wasp, or ant bites.
Female insects leave a toxic insect saliva and bacteria-laden mixture when they bite. But bacteria are thermolabile (they’re destroyed by heat), so Bite Helper uses heat to kill the bacteria. To improve blood flow in the affected area, which also helps your skin recover, a pulsing vibration is added in, too.
Its barely-thicker-than-a-pen design makes Bite Helper easy to take with you on mosquito-prone trips. We learned it works best when you use it in the four-hour window right after the annoying insect assault.
Pack it with you for camping, game day, or an outdoor event—it’ll stop the itch and sting in its tracks.