Tick Away is a safe and hygienic product that could help your pet say 'Goodbye' to ticks. Using a formula that's 100% natural, you won't have to worry about paying expensive vet bills or for other costly products. The great news is this product will also work to disinfect the area where your pet has been bitten. What's more is Tick Away can also be used on human skin, helping you all to get that extra level of protection you need. The FDA and EPA have regarded this product as being safe to use, which means you can confidently get rod of those nasty ticks.
The infomercial claims that Tick Away can remove those nasty ticks in no time at all. This means you and your animals will no longer have to put up with nasty tick bites, and the damage they cause. Some similar products simply work to remove the tick, whereas this product is different as it disinfects the site. Made from entirely natural products, the infomerical goes on to say that you can rely on Tick Away. What's more is it also goes on to say that it will work hard to make sure those nasty ticks stay away, giving you better peace of mind.
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How It Works
Tick Away is a completely all-natural solution that will quickly and easily remove ticks from your pets skin and fur. Itll also disinfect the area immediately surrounding the spot that each tick has been removed from. The solutions manuka honey and citric acid are able to penetrate deep into a pets skin, completely disabling any ticks activity and removing any infection it may have left behind.
How to Use (Step by Step)
- Apply Solution
- Wait A Few Seconds
- Remove The Tick
- Dispose Of Tick
Use the dropper bottle to apply some Tick Away directly to the tick that is using your pet as its home. All youll need is one drop.
After a few seconds, the solution will disable the tick and disinfect the area that it inhabited.
Use the included tick removing tool to gently pinch the tick off of your pet. Since the Tick Away solution will already have dislodged the ticks head from your pets skin, this will be easy to do, and will require no hard tugging.
Carry the tick within your remover to the garbage disposal of your choice, such as a garbage can or a toilet, and dispose of it accordingly there.
- Each Bottle Contains 150 Uses
- Safe For Use On Human Skin
- No Handling Ticks Required
- Helps Prevent Lyme Disease
- Comes With Specimen Vial
Each bottle of Tick Away will last you quite a long time, as each contains enough solution for 150 uses. Generally, you will use one drop of the solution per tick, so you may be able to kill 150 ticks with one bottle.
Since Tick Away is safe for use on human skin, your skin is unlikely to become irritated if you accidentally get some of it on your hands. Furthermore, if a tick happens to make its way from a pets skin to yours, or that of someone you know, the solution can be used for treatment.
When you use Tick Away, youll be able to remove any tick with the included tick remover, so youll never have to touch a tick with bare or gloved hands. With each bottle of the solution, youll also get a spare remover, so you can use that if the other one is dirty or misplaced.
Ticks sometimes carry Lyme disease, which is a serious condition that has many debilitating symptoms. When you use Tick Away to frequently remove any ticks from your pets body, youll decrease the chances that you or your pet will ever suffer from it.
At some point, you may want to take a particular tick to a doctor in order to have it inspected for Lyme disease or other potential problems. Luckily, with each bottle of Tick Away, youll get a specimen vial that will make it easy for you to store and transport a tick.
- Insect Repellents
You can remove ticks from a pets fur or skin with tweezers, but when you do so, the head of a tick often remains within the pets skin. With Tick Away, every last bit of the tick is removed without any painful tugging, so the tick can no longer do any harm at all.
In order to try and prevent ticks from inhabiting your pets fur and skin, you can spray insect repellent on them. You can also spray it on yourself. However, these sprays often contain the potentially harmful and toxic oil called deet, and furthermore, are not always 100 percent effective.
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