Mosquito bites are, for many people, an inevitable part of summer. So when it does happen, don’t reach for a cream to soothe it right away. Instead, use the Bug Bite Thing to suck out the poison that is bound to irritate your skin.
This handy tool works on mosquitoes, bees, wasps, biting flies, no-see-ums, chiggers, sea lice, and more, according to the description. It removes insect venom, saliva, and other irritants that are stuck in your skin after a bite.
When you realize you have a bug bite, place the suction end over it and slowly pull up on the handle. Hold it for 10 to 30 seconds and push the handle back down to release the suction. Ta-da! That’s all you have to do.
Keep in mind that a circular indentation will probably be left on your skin for a bit after using the tool. Hey, it’s better than itching, right? The Bug Bite Thing is available on Amazon Prime now for $10. It has an average of 3.4 out of 5 stars from over 800 reviews.
“I cannot stress to you enough how much better this simple little tool has made my quality of life during summer in Ohio,” one buyer wrote. “I have horrific allergic reactions to mosquito bites. We’re talking bumps swelling to the width of softballs within minutes of the bite. This tool doesn’t make those bumps go away, but it stops the itch IMMEDIATELY.”
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