bite away

We might be socially distancing, but the bugs didn’t get the memo. It’s that time of year. The weather is becoming lovely and although we can’t socialize in big crowds, we can still get outside. Bugs are in full gear this time of year. Beware of bee stings, wasp stings, horseflies, fleas bed bugs, blue bottle jellyfish, and more. Even with the best skin protection getting bitten or stung during this time of year happens. There’s no better way to deal with the issue when it occurs than zapping it away.

Bite away provides fast and effective relief of itching, pain, and swelling. Bite away is free from chemicals and works by applying concentrated heat. I’ve never seen anything like this for bug bites. Using right after being bitten or stung, symptoms can be prevented. Even if bite away isn’t used right away, it’s been shown to improve symptoms.

To use simply remove the stinger if there is one. Place the contact surface (round ceramic disc at the tip of the device) directly onto the skin where the sting or bite occurred and gently press it against the skin. Next choose either the 3 second treatment time (left button) for the initial treatment and sensitive skin (e.g. patients under 12 years of age) or 5 second treat time (right button) for regular application. Then press the button and release it immediately. The Ceramic contact surface is heated up to a temperature of around 124 degrees F. Once this temperature is reached, the LED will light up The LED will go off once the device automatically shuts down.
This handheld device is perfect for camping trips, hikes, the beach, and home!  I see a real value at just $39 for this device. 

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Renee is a New York-born travel enthusiast with a passion for yoga and a West Coast spirit. As a travel writer specializing in the West Coast and beyond, Renee loves to explore new destinations and share her experiences with others. She has traveled extensively, gaining a wealth of knowledge about the best places to go, things to do, and where to stay. Renee's writing style is immersive, taking her readers on a journey to the places she visits. Although she doesn't consider herself a professional photographer, Renee is passionate about capturing the beauty of the world around her and loves to include her photos in her travel writing. With her New York attitude and West Coast soul, Renee is a force to be reckoned with in the world of travel writing.

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