Bite B Gone is a small tool with a vibrating head that can reduce the swelling, itching, and discomfort that comes from mosquito bites and other insect bites in seconds. Once you turn on the compact tool and hold the head gently against your skin for 20 to 30 seconds, relief will arrive in 45 seconds or less. This tool is able to kill bacteria that's been transferred to the skin by the bite of up to 20, 000 different pests that you'll find on land and at sea.
The cost of Bite B Gone is $19.95 plus $7.95 shipping, for a total price of $27.90.
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To use your Bite B Gone, turn on the tool by pressing the round power button on the front and holding it down. (When you release the button, the device will automatically turn off again.).
Next, gently hold the tool's vibrating head against the bite you want to treat on your own skin or someone else's. Make sure the head is touching the skin but isn't jammed into it like a bingo dauber. As you hold the tool against a bite, the head will heat up (but not enough to burn anyone) and the heat and vibration will kill bacteria under the skin. This, in turn, will reduce the discomfort caused by the bite. After 20 to 30 seconds have gone by, release the power button and move the tool away from the skin again.
Bite B Gone can take up to 45 seconds to work, so after you've released the power button on your tool, wait at least 15 more seconds before you go about your day. After that period of time, your urge to itch and scratch the treated bite should diminish, even if it doesn't completely go away. Unless you need to treat more bites, remember to store your tool away in a safe place.
When we get sick, our body creates a fever within us in order to kill bacteria and eventually help us get better. The Bite B Gone tool actually does something very similar by creating a mini-fever around the area of a particular bug bite. This mini-fever, which is generated by the raised temperature and the gentle vibration of each device's head, is able to deactivate the effects of any bacteria, venom or saliva left behind by a biting insect. Once these unwanted substances hanging out under your skin can no longer do anything to you, the bite that transferred them there will stop being swollen, itchy or painful.
Each Bite B Gone tool is about the size of an electric razor, making this a compact tool for you to bring along almost anywhere with you. If your pockets are large enough, you may even be able to carry it in one of those. In the event that you get a bug bite while you're out walking or in the car, you'll be able to grab your treatment tool from wherever you've stored it and treat the bite immediately.
Although the type of battery required to operate one of these devices isn't specified, you won't need electricity to operate one. Therefore, you'll be relieved of the task of searching for an available outlet each time you need to use yours, and using it at home won't run up your electricity bill.
When you apply this tool's head to your skin, you will not be transferring any drugs or chemicals to yourself in any way, shape or form. This is a non-toxic tool that will never involve or require the use of drugs or chemicals, including ointments that are commonly used to treat bug bites. It'll do its work completely on its own.
As long as it's charged, your Bite B Gone tool will work year after year and can be used by many people on any area of the skin besides the face and genitals. There's nothing wrong with using it to treat the same bug bite twice, if one round of treatment has relieved discomfort, but hasn't fully made the bite disappear.
Kids tend to scratch their bug bites more than adults do, and this tends to make them more reddish and painful for each child who's affected. When scratched too much, they may even bleed and will take a longer time to get better than they would if the child in question were to leave them alone. Fortunately, Bite B Gone is an ideal tool to use on kids' bug bites, since they'll start treating the symptoms of the bites in seconds and thereby reduce a child's desire to scratch.
No matter what you do, it's almost inevitable that you'll get bug bites while on a camping trip, due to a large amount of time spent outdoors. The same goes for some cottage trips. Instead of rubbing stinky, chemical-filled bug spray all over yourself and your kids and running the risk of skin irritation, though, you can just keep a Bite B Gone on hand for treatment. When faced with bites, older children and teens may even enjoy treating their own bites with the small device.
Some lotions and creams that you might choose to apply to bug bites may sting the bites and be painful for the person receiving treatment. However, using Bite B Gone will never be painful if you use the tool gently. While you're using the tool or the tool is being used on you, all you'll feel is a tolerable warming sensation and a gentle massage of each bite performed by the tool's vibrating head. The increased blood flow that this tool will elicit could even make you feel more energetic and healthy than you did previously.
This tool is safe for most areas of the skin, such as the arms, the legs, the back and the stomach, but you must refrain from using it on your face or genitals. If you were to use it in one of these places, and the tool was to slip and head for your eyes or an opening within your body, you might end up getting hurt. Plus, if you share your tool with anyone else, keeping it away from the face and genitals will reduce the risk of germs being passed between users.
You must also protect this tool from water, as it's not indicated anywhere that it's waterproof or even water-resistant. You can use it outdoors, but for optimum performance, do your best to keep it dry. If someone's skin is wet and they'd like to use it, make sure that they dry their skin off as much as possible before doing so.
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