Ben’s Itch Gone Sting and After Bite Relief is a completely natural way to help deal with the itch and irritation caused by insect bites and stings. It’s quick and effective, and is considered to be a far more practical solution that using anti-itch creams.
How to use Ben’s Itch Gone Sting and After Bite Relief:
- Place the tip of Ben’s Itch Gone Sting and After Bite Relief onto the affected area.
- Click the button (up to 15 times) to relieve the discomfort from the bite or sting. (Note: You may feel a small sensation – like a buzz – with each click)
- Repeat as, and when, required.
How does it work?
Each click sends tiny electrical impulses, at a rate of 1-2Hz, through the skin into the body. This increases blood circulation round the affected area which will neutralise the chemicals produced by the bite/sting and relieve the itching. These tiny electrical impulses will also trigger the production of endorphins (your body’s natural painkillers) which will soothe any discomfort you’re feeling.
To avoid getting stung, we recommend using an insect repellant, which can deter insects from coming close.
Is Ben’s Itch Gone Sting and After Bite Relief OK for everyone to use?
This product is a natural way to help relieve the pain from a sting or bite. However, it is only suitable for external use and should not be used in the following situations:
- If you have a pacemaker.
- If you suffer from epilepsy.
- In or around your eyes.
- If you are within the first 16 weeks of pregnancy.
- On children under the age of 8 without adult supervision.
- Over any parts of your body where you have implanted metal parts.
- On wet skin or in damp conditions.
- Whilst driving.
- Over your heart.
- On the front and side of your neck (specifically on the carotid sinus nerves largyngeal or pharyngeal muscles)