Bite Away makes Itchy Bug Bites go away

Who isn’t afraid of mosquito bites now a days? I’m so scared I refuse to be outdoors when it’s dark. I don’t want West Nile Virus or any other virus for that matter. I would love a life without insects! Sounds mean I know, but it’s true. I found Bite Away which makes itchy bug bites go away.

Bite Away is a chemical free treatment that uses heat to take the sting away. It gets up to 124° but it won’t burn you. There is a 3 second treatment for sensitive skin or a 5 second treatment. It helps mitigate uncomfortable and inconvenient mosquito bites.  Seconds after using it, users can say goodbye to the itchiness, redness and swelling symptoms of insect bites and get back to enjoying time outdoors.

Itchy Bug bites go away

Press the button, it heats up and it takes the sting away. All done without harsh chemicals. The Bite Away is compact so you can stick it in your pocket or purse and carry it with you wherever you go. It’s about the size of a pen.

You can get up to 300 applications per battery life and it has a ceramic contact surface for comfort and durability. It’s dermatologist tested, FDA cleared and safe for ages 2 and up, expectant moms, etc.

FAST FACTS: BITE AWAY
  • Electronic medical device used for the external treatment of bites and stings from mosquitoes, wasps, hornets, gnats, horseflies, and other pesky insects
  • German pharmaceutical manufacturer MibeTec’s first product launch in the U.S.
  • Available for purchase at takethebiteaway.com and Amazon
  • FDA cleared and chemical-free treatment
  • Suitable for expectant mothers, allergy sufferers, and children ages 2+
  • Self-administration for ages 12+
  • EU: patent no. 3308752; US no. 16/317,147: patent pending

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Bite Away makes Itchy Bug Bites go away

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