Zap It Mosquito Bite Relief Fast Acting Anti Itch Insect Bite Treatment
Quick & Easy Mosquito Bite Relief, Insect Bite Treatment, The Go Bug Bite Relief Device
Analysis of 200+ reviews for Zap It Mosquito Bite Relief Fast Acting Anti Itch Insect Bite Treatment
BestViewsReviews analyzed 42,225 reviews for 189 products in the Insect Bite Relief category.
We analyzed a total of 270 reviews for this product out of which, 0 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 53% reviews were positive while around 41% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Zap It Mosquito Bite Relief Fast Acting Anti Itch Insect Bite Treatment
This product received a total score of 7.54 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 7 features:
What users have to say about Zap It Mosquito Bite Relief Fast Acting Anti Itch Insect Bite Treatment
Zap-it is the only FDA approved medical device that is made in the USA and it can stop itching and scratching on insect bites.
I decided to stop using sprays and creams because they can get into your children's eyes and cause a lot of problems.
I used it on about ten bites and it worked wonders, it only took five or so minutes to get the itch gone and I couldn't believe my luck at finding it.
I fell in love with this product when I first found it on a cruise back in 2007, but it only works for 3-4 clicks, but it lasts forever, and I bought the one I lost last year.
It was used by my entire extended family during the mosquito high season, and the overall consensus was that it helped to alleviate the itch of mosquito bites, but you have to "Zap" yourself about 10 or so times in rapid succession to get the relief.
How does this work? What is it supposed to do without batteries?
You hold it over the bite and push the button, it hits the bite with something that looks like a small electricity charge.
Is it good for 1000 bites or does it wear out after 1000 bites?
I think it worked as advertised, because mine just stopped working.
Has anyone tried this on chigger bites?
It works well in mosquito, spider and midge bites, but not in chigger bites.
Is it US shipped or from China?
We have our stock shipped from the USA to Amazon warehouses.
Is it possible that those permanent hair removal products would do the same thing?
I just bought one and haven't used it yet, but I can tell you that heating a spoon to a temperature that is hot, but not harmful to skin, then holding it on the affected area for a minute or two has the same effect.