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I’m not sure I could possibly be any happier that summer weather is finally here, and I’m certain that I am not alone. There are a few different reasons that this is the case and they’re all fairly obvious. First and foremost, there happens to be a global pandemic right now that continues to rage across the United States and around the world. Things have definitely gotten so much better here in the US and in other regions with extensive access to vaccines, but thousands and thousands of people are still infected each day. Since covid is believed to be transmitted mainly through the air, warm summer weather means less time spent indoors and less of a chance that you’ll be exposed to the virus.
On top of that, I live in the Northeast so I’m just happy that things are finally starting to warm up. We had a few monster snowstorms this past winter where I live, and it was also quite cold every day. I can’t tell you how happy I am to put all that behind me. Of course, there are also some downsides to the summer and in my neck of the woods, mosquitoes and other biting bugs are somewhere near the top of the list. This year, however, I’m less concerned about bug bites than I have ever been before. It’s because someone finally introduced me to the Bug Bite Thing Suction Tool, a $9.95 game-changer that you can find in stock right now at Amazon.Today's Top Deal Amazon just kicked off a massive new sale — see all the best deals right here! Price:See Today's Deals! Available from Amazon, BGR may receive a commission Available from Amazon BGR may receive a commission
If you watch the popular show Shark Tank, you might’ve seen the Bug Bite Thing Suction Tool before. If not, prepare to meet the tiny little $10 device that will be a game-changer for you and your family this summer.
It seems like there are a million different products out there that claim to offer mosquito bite relief as well as relief from other bug bites and insect stings. Needless to say, some work better than others and different solutions are going to work for different people. There are gels, creams, salves, and all sorts of different contraptions out there. We’ve even read that some people use a hot spoon to provide relief for insect bites. Even if you’ve managed to find a solution that works for you, definitely do yourself a favor and give the Bug Bite Thing a try.Bug Bite Thing Suction Tool, Poison Remover - Bug Bites and Bee/Wasp Stings, Natural Insect Bit… Price:$9.95 Available from Amazon, BGR may receive a commission
Priced at just $10 on Amazon, the Bug Bite Thing Suction Tool doesn’t use any chemicals of any kind. Instead, it uses simple suction to remove irritants left under the skin by bug bites and stings. That includes venom, saliva, and other irritants.
It really couldn’t be easier to use. Just position the Bug Bite Thing over your bug bite, slowly pull up on the handles until you feel the suction, hold it there for 10-20 seconds, and then push the handles down to release it. Just like that, itching is relieved and swelling starts to go down. It’s incredible! Don’t overdo it, by the way, because you can definitely leave a big mark if you use too much suction. Reviewers note that you’ll want to be particularly careful on your head and face, because you don’t want to leave too much of a mark in either of those spots.
With more than 17,600 5-star ratings and another 5,500+ 4-star ratings, this is by far the best-rated bug bite relief solution we’ve come across. That means it works for the widest range of people, so it’s definitely worth a try — especially since it only costs $9.95!Bug Bite Thing Suction Tool, Poison Remover - Bug Bites and Bee/Wasp Stings, Natural Insect Bit… Price:$9.95 Available from Amazon, BGR may receive a commission
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