Miranda Castro's Bug Bite Relief
Soothing gel relieves itching, swelling, redness, and pain from insect bites and stings; for people and pets
Content: 1 oz (28 gr)
Here is a natural bug bite relief safe for the whole family — from the littlest with the softest skin to your furry friends. This one of a kind non-toxic, cooling gel developed by well-known homeopath Miranda Castro is a unique blend of homeopathic ingredients that works on both people and pets to relieve irritation, itching, pain, redness, and swelling associated with insect bites and stings from
- bees and wasps,
- fleas and midges,
- ants and spiders,
- chiggers, no-see-ums,
- and more.
Miranda Castro’s Bug Bite Relief is safe for infants and children, calms the skin, dries quickly, and is absolutely not sticky. Unlike most bug bite relief products, it has a clean and pleasant smell. The gel comes in a small lightweight tube that is convenient and easy to bring along on camping, hiking, and biking trips or anywhere you travel outdoors.
It can be applied as often as needed to minimize the risk of red bumps, discolored skin, and the need for scratching. It works if you put it on immediately after getting a bug bite or several hours later to help the finest of skins on face, arms, and legs heal and recover quickly.
No artificial colors. No perfumes. No petroleum products. No propylene glycol. No parabens. No lanolin. No toxic ingredients. No animal testing.
Apply a small amount to the affected area every 5 - 10 minutes. Use less often as symptoms diminish. Stop on significant improvement. Repeat as needed.
Active homeopathic ingredient: Calendula 1X, Plantago 1X, Urtica 1X, Natrum Muriaticum 3X, Ledum 6X, Staphysagria 6X, Caladium 12X<
Inactive ingredients: Aloe Vera, Carrageen Moss, Rosemary Extract, Witch Hazel, Geranium Essential Oil
For topical use only. Can be safely applied to broken skin.
Do not use if seal is broken. If pregnant or breast feeding, ask a health care professional before use.
Keep out of reach of children.
Store at room temperature away from direct sunlight.
Seek immediate help if
- a bite becomes unbearably painful or itchy,
- swelling becomes very severe or spreads rapidly,
- lips, face, or neck become swollen or breathing is affected,
- joints become swollen and painful,
- sting is on the tongue or in the mouth or throat,
- there is faintness or confusion,
- a red streak develops from the sting up or down the leg or arm. This is a sign that the person has previously had a very severe response after being stung by the same insect.
There are many wonderful things about spring and summer and spending time in the outdoors, but there is also the one unavoidable fact: bug bites and insect stings and how to best avoid and relieve them.
Most bug bites puff up, turn red, and itch. They can cause the urge to scratch and blemish our skin for months at a time if not appeased quickly.
Natural and healthy insect repellants are hard to find. The mildest sprays can cause a burn in your eyes and irritation in your and your child's throat and chest, and they can leak in your backpack.
The best way to prevent insect bites is to wear light-colored protective clothing, stay cool (sweat attracts insects), cut down on sugar, salt, and alcohol, and avoid flowery fragrances.
Resist the urge to scratch and use Miranda’s bug bite relief as soon as you get bitten. One application is often enough and it feels as if the sting never happened. A small amount goes a long way, and the ingeniously designed one ounce vacuum tube fits in any pocket and lasts a long time.
Usage tips from Miranda:
- Apply a thin layer at a time.
- Lightly smooth over bite and surrounding area. No need to rub in.
- Safe to re-apply as often as needed as long as needed.
- For people of all ages and pets.
Miranda Castro is a renowned homeopath, author, and lecturer. She was trained in the U.K., opened her practice in 1983, and started to publish and teach in 1988. Miranda taught homeopathy at Bastyr University. She lives in Florida where she practices and develops remedies and plants an edible garden.