The thing about mosquito bites is the itch. It’s an itch that you just can’t seem to stop scratching. You know you shouldn’t scratch that itch but, it’s so hard not to. It’s even more challenging to convince your kids to stop scratching.
We all know what happens when we do scratch - the itch only goes away temporarily. And if we’re unlucky, we can end up with an infection and pain. So how to get some itch relief?
Don’t worry, we’ve got your back. We’re here to help you take the itch out of those pesky mosquito bites with some simple mosquito bite remedies. Now, if and when you are bitten by a mosquito, you can laugh it off and put some swagger in your step - because you know how to get itch relief.
Natural is Best
Like you, we’re not a fan of oils, creams, or chemicals. Skip those tubes of goop that you see in your local drug store. With the Bug Bite Thing we can guarantee you a chemical-free, completely natural and easy-to-use way to get mosquito bite relief.
Thanks to the “buzz back” from The Bug Bite Thing, you can rely on the suction from the mighty little cup to give you the best mosquito bite treatment available. With three fast steps, you’ll have taken the itch out of the mosquito bite and you and your family will be back to enjoy the outdoors. And don’t worry, The Bug Bite Thing is reusable and lightweight, so you can easily carry it with you wherever you go.
Some other natural option mosquito bite remedies you can try if you don’t have The Bug Bite Thing are:
- Because pure raw honey has some natural antibiotic properties in it, it can be effective for some people in soothing mosquito bites. Simply dab a small amount on the mosquito bite. Of course you’ll have to be careful to not get yourself sticky!
- Apple cider vinegar can be an excellent home remedy for mosquito bites, the acid in the vinegar gives it some anti-itch properties. Dab some apple cider vinegar on a cotton ball and press this onto your mosquito bite. The swelling should go down and that itchy feeling will go away.
- Take a quick look in your pantry, you likely have a container of baking soda. When mixed with some water to form a paste, baking soda can be used to take the itch away and give you some mosquito bite relief.
- Like apple cider vinegar, lemons or limes can be used to take the itch and sting out of a mosquito bite. Simply squeeze a bit of lemon or lime juice on the bite for an easy home remedy for bug bites.
Buzz Back with Swagger
As you can understand the key for us is to avoid chemicals, sprays and sticky lotions. Sure some of the above mosquito bite remedies might sound a bit outlandish, but the number one goal is to get itch relief - and you can do this safely and naturally.
You don’t need to itch. Your kids don’t need to itch. So grab The Bug Bite Thing and put some swagger in your step. The outdoors is your playground when you’ve got The Bug Bite Thing watching your back.