Helps remove insect saliva and venom · Can relieve itchiness, swelling, and discomfort
Take the itch and irritation out of bug bites with an insect bite and sting suction tool. It removes insect saliva and venom, which can help stop the body’s reaction that can cause things like itching, swelling, and discomfort. The easy-to-use tool works manually and is a great alternative to bite creams that mask symptoms.
Instructions: Begin with the handles pushed all the way down and place the tool over the bite or sting area. Slowly pull up on the handles until you feel suction. Hold the handles in place for 10-20 seconds. Push the handles all the way down and remove the tool from the skin
Removes insect saliva and venom from bug bites and stings. Helps alleviate pain, itching, and swelling
Great at removing splinters, thorns, and bee stingers
No mess, creams, or chemicals
Reusable, lightweight, and never expires
Painless and safe for all ages
Works on mosquitoes, bees, wasps, ants, biting flies, splinters and more
Please note: For first aid only. In the event of an allergic reaction or severe bite, seek medical attention immediately
Made in Denmark
One, two, or three individually packaged tools
(each) 2.5" x 3.75" x 1"
(each) 0.06 lb
Wash the removable end cap with soapy water or an alcohol wipe between uses. Avoid getting the pump portion wet to prevent the tool from losing its suction ability
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Bug Bite Thing
As long as Maker Kelley Higney can remember, she has been a mosquito magnet. Unfortunately, both of her daughters inherited her insect attraction, and living in South Florida didn’t help. She tried everything to relieve the itching and discomfort: creams, ice, dryer sheets, hot spoons, you name it, none of the “remedies” seemed to lessen the itch for more than a few moments.
Frustrated, she began researching how other countries combat insect bites and came across a little-known tool that uses suction to eliminate the irritant. To her surprise, it worked! The tool was a total game-changer and provided instant relief for her and her daughters.
Kelley created Bug Bite Thing and became a mom on a mission, determined to offer that same relief to other families by providing them with a reusable tool to naturally alleviate the effects of bug bites and stings.