Neutralize Insect Bites With This Award-Winning Device, Now Under $23

posted by Mark Myerson - 7.27.21

As soon as the warm part of the year begins, insects start flying around looking for blood. Avid outdoors lovers understand that it’s just part of the camping experience, but creepy crawlies always seem to find their way into your home as well. The constant bites are enough to drive anyone crazy.

While it’s tough to keep the insects away, you can at least stop the itch. BITE HELPER is an award-winning device that quickly stops irritation — and Hannity viewers can get it today for just $24.95.

The reason that bites cause itching is that your body is reacting to the insect’s saliva (yeah, nice right?). After the area becomes red and inflamed, it can take days for the itching to stop. Plus, that irritating sensation is only made worse when you prod and scratch your wounds, making them last longer and possibly even leave scars. 

BITE HELPER cuts that time down dramatically. This CES Innovation Awards Honoree uses unique Thermo-Pulse technology to improve local circulation and localized blood flow. In turn, this soothes the itching and helps to speed up repair.

To use BITE HELPER, you simply place the metal tip over the bite and activate the device. It works on essentially any insect bite, including mosquitoes, bees, flies, ants, and wasps. The device itself is just six inches long, making it easy to take anywhere. It uses no chemicals — only heat and gentle vibrations. 

BITE HELPER is proven to reduce irritation, and it’s safe on all types of skin. The device is manufactured to the highest standards in the USA, and it comes with a one-year warranty.

It’s normally priced at $39, but you can get BITE HELPER today for only $24.95.


BITE HELPER® Itch Neutralizer – $22.46

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Prices subject to change 


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