Jan 072017
 

 

No Needles. No Batteries. Just Suction.

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Bug Bite Thing Campaign

So let’s get right to the heart of things.   “I HATE BUGS & BUGS HATE ME”!  I’m allergic to small insect bites and this is why I wanted to review this product.

First of all, why it’s great…

  • Instant relief from bug bites & stings!  (oh yeah – be still my heart).  I’m also allergic to bee stings;
  • Compact, lightweight and easy to carry in your pocket or purse, diaper bag or briefcase or glove compartment;
  • All natural, chemical free, and safe to use on children/babies;
  • No needle (yesssss), medicine or messy ointments needed; and…
  • Reusable, no mess and never… excuse me… NEVER expires!!!

NOT INTENDED FOR MEDICAL CARE!  Now of course in the event there is an allergic reaction or a severe bite seek medical attention immediately.

This Bug Bite thing offers two levels of suction.  For smaller bites, reverse larger suction cap to reveal a smaller opening.  You can feel it when it’s working because the pain and discomfort starts to subside immediately!  Oh yeah!!!  This actually suctions out the poison left by insects.  Definitely a could thing to carry!!!

The Bug Bite Thing safely and instantly extracts insect venom below your skin in one easy motion:

STEP 1

Step 1Place the suction cup over the affected area and apply pressure.

STEP 2

Step 2Slowly pull the side handles up and hold for 30 seconds while the pump draws up the poison.

STEP 3

Step 3To release the suction, press down on the handles. Repeat as necessary.

It works on a wide range of bites including mosquitoes, bees, wasps, hornets, spiders, ants, black flies and more. This ancient extraction technique – still wildly popular in Europe – is clinically proven and kid friendly. The small, reusable pump conveniently stows in a pocket, first aid kit or travel bag. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.

I just found more information I think it will help some of my friends:

Reversible Cap

Step 3BBT offers two levels of suction, reverse cap to select desired size.

Stinger Scraper

Step 3BBT handle is designed to gently scrape out the stinger.

Compact, lightweight and easy to carry.

Reusable

Step 3Keep the BBT with you and use over and over again.  Hope you enjoyed the extra information.  I’m going to carry this wherever I go & get one for my son too who is allergic to bee stings.  Time to get your own at  https://www.bugbitething.com/

*Disclaimer:  Opinion in this Post is 100% my own and no monetary compensation was given.  I received a product sample in order to facilitate my honest review.

  6 Responses to “Bug Bite Thing Campaign”

  1.  

    Does it work on spider bites? We get the desert recluse spider here in the house. They are pretty venomous. One of my sons got bit last May. What a nasty sore he had for a few months. There is no medicine that will help that spider bite either.

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      As stated above… you put this on the bite and it sucks up a stinger for example to pull it out of your skin. I don’t know if it sucks venom. Try checking out the website for this product it may help you some. https://www.bugbitething.com/ I hope it does help with the yucky spiders. It’s possible it will suck out some venom, but not sure about all of it. I’m sure it will help though. You really should try it considering where you live. Good luck.

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      Hello, Bug Bite Thing is designed to suction insect poison, venom and saliva from bites & stings. It is extremely effective on mosquitoes, bees, wasps, ants, spiders, biting flies & more.

      In the event you are bitten by a Brown Recluse or a Black Widow spider, you want to seek medical attention immediately as Bug Bite Thing is not designed to work on these types of spider bites. However, Bug Bite Thing will have an effect by suctioning out the venom on other spider bites.

      Bees and Wasps – Bug Bite Thing is designed to effectively suction out the poison from the these types of stings. If the stinger is still present, you want to flick it of using the specially designed handle first, then suction out any poison that was injected. This will eliminate the swelling, pain and itching that comes after a bee sting because you are removing the poison. If you are allergic to bees, you want to seek medical attention immediately as this is a first aid device, not medical treatment for an allergy.

      Please email me if you have any other questions! We hope you give Bug Bite Thing a chance as it is a very handy tool to have around.

      Thank you,
      Bug Bite Thing Team

  2.  

    My husband is allergic to bee stings and swells up wherever he is bit.

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      Patty, I hope you know to take your husband straight to the ER unless he has an epi pen… My son & I are both allergic to bee stings and we carry them with us. This is… well you put it on the bee sting and it sucks the stinger out of you… that’s all it does, which is a good thing. Thanks so much for stopping by.

  3.  

    Hello, Bug Bite Thing is designed to suction insect poison, venom and saliva from bites & stings. It is extremely effective on mosquitoes, bees, wasps, ants, spiders, biting flies & more.

    In the event you are bitten by a Brown Recluse or a Black Widow spider, you want to seek medical attention immediately as Bug Bite Thing is not designed to work on these types of spider bites. However, Bug Bite Thing will have an effect by suctioning out the venom on other spider bites.

    Bees and Wasps – Bug Bite Thing is designed to effectively suction out the poison from the these types of stings. If the stinger is still present, you want to flick it of using the specially designed handle first, then suction out any poison that was injected. This will eliminate the swelling, pain and itching that comes after a bee sting because you are removing the poison. If you are allergic to bees, you want to seek medical attention immediately as this is a first aid device, not medical treatment for an allergy.

    Please email me if you have any other questions! We hope you give Bug Bite Thing a chance as it is a very handy tool to have around.

    Thank you,
    Bug Bite Thing Team

Thanks for the lovely comment!