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Sting-Kill External Anesthetic Disposable Swabs With Benzocaine, Itch, Rash and Bite Treatments

Sting-Kill External Anesthetic Disposable Swabs With Benzocaine - 5 Ea

Sting-Kill Swabs is effective on stings and bites from bees, wasps, mosquitoes, jellyfish.

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    • UPC: 030103050008



    Sting-kill external anesthetic disposable swabs with Benzocaine

    These are convenient to use, and provide a sanitary application to the bite or sting area.

    Its concentrated anesthetic formula is non-greasy, non-staining, is absorbed fast and provides safe, effective and prompt relief of pain and itching. The #1 choice of pharmacists.

    Sting-Kill disposable swabs is Works effective on:

    • Wasps
    • Mosquitoes.
    • Jellyfish.
    • Chiggers.
    • Black flies.
    • Fire ants and spiders.
    • Stings and bites from bees.


    • Apply to the affected area as often as needed but not more than 4 times daily.
    • Bee Stings Only, Remove stinger before treatment.
    • Remove strip of swabs from card.
    • Pop individual swab through paper backing.
    • Pop the inner casing by squeezing firmly.
    • Hold swab so that Sting-Kill formula saturates applicator tip.
    • Apply immediately to the bite or sting area.
    • Dispose of swab after use.
    Shipping Weight : 0.20 lb
    Most Helpful Customer Reviews!
    Overall Customer Rating of 1 Reviews:

    Geni Posted on 4/24/2012

    Sting-Kill Works On Everything!

    Fire ants, mosquitoes and wasps are all prevalent where we live (SC) and Sting-kill works great and fast. We usually don't need to reapply because one swab does the trick. I keep them in my car so they will be handy wherever we are, with two children I've used them at school, at the park, on field trips, vacations and of course at home. We were in Europe visiting family when a neighbor came over, an adult in tears from the pain of a sting from a small (baby?) scorpion on her foot. No one was sure what to do and we were in a remote area with the nearest doctor or hospital at least 40 minutes away. I remembered the Sting-kill I packed in my travel first aid kit so she tried it and the relief was instant. When we saw her the next day she was fine with no more pain.

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