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Zap-It Mosquito Insect Bite Relief Device

4.2 out of 5 stars 2,082 ratings

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Brand ZAP-IT
Age range (description) Kid
Units 1 count
Item weight 0.01 Pounds
Target audience Unisex-Kids
Item dimensions L x W x H 38 x 25 x 51 millimetres

About this item

  • Mosquito bite relief. Rapidly stops itching and the urge to scratch.
  • Treats over 1000 bites. Effective on most common insect bites. Dramatically reduces inflammation and skin blemishes.
  • Extensively tested by leading entomologists who agree that "Zap-It! is effective"
  • No batteries required, no chemicals, non-allergenic. Ecologically sound, no sell by date.
  • Safe, simple and easy to use. Portable, discreet, can be used anytime and anywhere.

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Not for sale to persons under the age of 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over. This item must be used responsibly and appropriately.

Important information

Safety Information:

Not for use by children under 4 years. Do not use near eyes or lips and avoid sensitive areas such as pulse points. Not suitable for those fitted with a heart pacemaker. Do not use directly after applying insect repellent.

Indications:

For relief from pain and itching caused by all types of bites and stings

Ingredients:

1 Zapperclick applicator and cord.

Directions:

Place flat end directly on the bite/sting and press the button 5 time or more.

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Product Description

Zap-It! is a revolutionary, pocket sized device that is really effective at stopping the itching and swelling caused by mosquito bites and virtually all other biting insects, as well as jellyfish stings adn stinging nettles. Zap-It! is chemical free, non-allergenic, small, clean and light to carry (Measures only 4.5x4x2cm and weighs just 12g). A lovley design, robustly made and ecologically sound, as it has no batteries and can be used over a long period to treat upto 1000 bites. For the retailer, it has an unimited "shelf life" The Success Story: Tested by Lyn Hughes (Editor) Wanderlust Magazine. "Our most successful travel gadget" Mary Ann Sieghart - The Times "10/10! Worked brilliantly and a huge hit with the kids" Rachel Murphy - Daily Mirror How Does Zap-It! Work? "Clicking" Zap-It! several times around the area of a bite has the effect oflocalising the poison and inhibitingthe histamine release which causes the itch and the urge to scratch. The toxicity of the mosquito bite becomes neutralised with no harmful effect on the surrounding skin. Zap-It! is completely safe for human body and an effective treatment for insect bites. Key Characteristics and Benefits Rapidly stops itching and the urge to scratch. Dramatically reduces inflamation and skin blemishes. Safe, simple and easy to use. Effective on most common insect bites. Extensively tested by leading entemologists who agree that "Zap-It! is effective" No batteries required, no chemicals, non-allergenic. Ecologically sound, no sell by date. Portable, discreet, can be used anytime and anywhere.

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For relief from pain and itching caused by all types of bites and stings

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