Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Therapik®: A Must Have for Your Summer First Aid Kit! + Giveaway

**Complimentary products received in exchange for our honest review.  All opinions are ours and ours alone**

Living along the "mosquito coast" of Texas, we were super excited about getting to try out Therapik®, a gadget designed to help eliminate the pain and itching of insect bites immediately.


"Therapik® is based on a very simple, scientifically proven principle. Most insect venom is thermolabile (sensitive to heat). Therapik®'s patented technology delivers heat in the specific temperature range necessary to neutralize the venom from over 20,000 different species of insects and sea creatures."


Therapik® is so simple to use, even my kiddos can do it themselves.  After you've been bitten or stung, place the cylindrical opening on the affected bite or sting area.  Activate the Therapik® by keeping the large blue button depressed for as long as the heat is bearable on the skin.  The average application time is approximately 30 seconds. If pain persists,Therapik® may be reapplied to the bite or sting until relief is obtained, but we never needed more than one application to make the pain disappear.  

I'm pretty sure our mosquitoes have become resistant to every brand of repellent and natural remedies as well.  We cover the kiddos from head to toe before going outside and even if they only go out for a few minutes, they come back in with several bites.  The Therapik® treatment really does work immediately and has kept our family itch-free!  Therapik® also works on ant bites and bee stings, among other insect bites and stings and can even help relieve the sting of a jellyfish, another fairly common occurrence here on the coast.   Therapik® is a small, portable, hand-held, battery-powered device, which makes it great for taking in the car or in the beach bag on family outings this summer.  I know we will always keep ours handy!

Find out more at  Therapik®!

One ABCD Diaries reader will win a  Therapik® of their own!  Enter below:


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Disclosure: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

1 comment:

  1. I have never seen these, and love the idea. How well did it really work? My little one has Skeeter syndrome and living down south where the mosquitos are big enough to tote off small dogs.....well, you know all about that lol. I wonder if this would help her and her bites from getting as bad as they do.

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