Long Lasting Itch Relief

Phantom Itch – A frustrating skin problem

Posted by on Mar 31, 2015 in Posts |

 

 

Scratching backMillions of us suffer with itchy skin that has no easily diagnosed nor understood cause.  Although there is generally no evidence of a problem  or noticeable irritation on the area that itches, this does not mean that the itch isn’t something that must be dealt with on a daily basis.  This latest post in the Whole Foods Magazine (http://www.wholefoodsmagazine.com/…/phantom-menace-discomfo…) sheds light on the problem of “phantom” itch and provides ways in which we can deal with this sometimes life-altering issue.

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Diabetes, a growing concern

Posted by on Mar 19, 2015 in Posts |

Stop Diabetes sign

Diabetes currently has no cure and impacts more lives every year. Until there is a scientific breakthrough that will stop this dreaded disease in its tracks, people dealing with the problems associated with diabetes need options. We hope you will share the information in this Whole Foods Magazine article with family and friends (http://www.wholefoodsmagazine.com/…/debilitated-diabetes-co…)

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Rosacea – More than 13 million Americans deal with this daily

Posted by on Mar 17, 2015 in Posts |

shamrockOn St. Patrick’s Day, we are once again offering suggestions to the millions suffering with rosacea.  We hope holistic treatment options will become the standard first line of defense for this difficult problem.

Kiss My Itch Goodbye® Leads the Fight Against Rosacea: All-Natural, Organic and Made in USA Assistance for a Chronic Skin Condition

Kiss My Itch Goodbye®, an all-natural and organic skincare product, announces its effort to lead the fight against rosacea: A chronic condition, marked by frequent redness of the face (forehead, nose, cheeks and chin), burning sensations, swelling of the skin, pustulated bumps along the ridge of the nose and thickening of the forehead.
According to the National Rosacea Society, more than 14 million Americans suffer from rosacea, which disproportionately strikes fair-skinned women and impacts patients between the ages of 30 and 50. Overall the number of people with rosacea is close to 16 million.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also report that certain foods and chemicals aggravate this disorder. These factors include emotional stress, exposure to extreme weather, consumption of citrus fruits – as well as tomatoes, red plums, bananas and figs – and use of various perfumes and beauty products, which inflame the skin.
“As I argue in this piece in Whole Food Magazine, fighting rosacea requires greater awareness by consumers and more attention from the public in general. We need to pay more attention to the agents that may trigger an outbreak of rosacea, so we can avoid or reduce this threat. Kiss My Itch Goodbye® is an integrated and convenient way to alleviate the most common symptoms associated with rosacea. Improving quality of life is our top priority,” says Merry Richon, Founder of Kiss My Itch Goodbye®.

About Kiss My Itch Goodbye®
Headquartered in Washington, DC, Kiss My Itch Goodbye® is a safe, over-the-counter lotion for alleviating chronic itch. Made in America, Kiss My Itch Goodbye® contains no artificial ingredients or harsh additives. For more information about Kiss My Itch Goodbye®, please visit www.kissmyitchgoodbye.com.

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Rosacea… Consider holistic approaches

Posted by on Mar 13, 2015 in Posts |

Alternative to rosacea treatment

 

Rosacea, for the people who suffer with this chronic condition, is one of the more visible skin problems. KMIG’s recent article in Whole Foods Magazine discusses the role that chemicals can play in this issue as well as the option for holistic treatment. Please share this link with friends and family who want to learn more about treating rosacea holistically (http://www.wholefoodsmagazine.com/…/reddened-inflammation-a…).

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Rosacea, a major problem in need of solutions

Posted by on Mar 10, 2015 in Posts |

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Please share this link with anyone you know who suffers with rosacea. This is such a major problem both physically and psychologically. An all-natural option for alleviating the redness and outbreaks is a welcome change. The Whole Foods Magazine realizes the importance of sharing this information:
http://www.wholefoodsmagazine.com/…/reddened-inflammation-a…

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Goodbye Polar Vortex

Posted by on Mar 10, 2015 in Posts |

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Kiss My Itch Goodbye® Says Farewell to the ‘Polar Vortex’ and ‘Winter Itch': All-Natural, Organic and Made in USA Relief for Chronic Itch

Kiss My Itch Goodbye®, an all-natural and organic skincare product formulated to provide relief for sufferers of chronic itch, announces its ‘Farewell to Winter Itch’ campaign. This cause is a part of a broader effort to raise awareness about seasonal itch and related skin conditions.
According to research performed by several independent doctors and scientists, including studies associated with the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, winter itch is the result of a combination of factors such as: Cold, dry air, which prevents skin from retaining moisture; strong winds, which further dry the skin (the forehead and area around the eyes are most vulnerable, when going outside); excess indoor heating, which dehumidifies a room; hot showers and baths, and the use of certain shampoos and cosmetics, which also lead to dry skin; and exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays, which damage the skin (the lips and chin are sensitive to strong amounts of sunlight).
The National Center for Health Statistics estimates that nearly 26 million Americans have some form of seasonal allergy, where the most common symptoms are itchy skin, clear watery discharge from the nose, watery and bloodshot eyes, and sneezing.
“As the Northeast continues to endure record low temperatures and more snowfall, winter itch is a serious health concern for millions of people. These individuals deserve an option besides prescription medications like steroid-based creams and ointments. Kiss My Itch Goodbye® offers consumers a more holistic and potentially more effective means of fighting this disorder,” says Merry Richon, Founder of Kiss My Itch Goodbye®.

About Kiss My Itch Goodbye®
Headquartered in Washington, DC, Kiss My Itch Goodbye® is a safe, over-the-counter lotion for alleviating chronic itch. Made in America, Kiss My Itch Goodbye® contains no artificial ingredients or harsh additives. For more information about Kiss My Itch Goodbye®, please visit www.kissmyitchgoodbye.com.

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KMIG Patent is Filed!!

Posted by on Mar 5, 2015 in Posts |

Patented

 

And it is official, Patent #14/632,995 has been filed for Kiss My Itch Goodbye. This giant step for our small company is very exciting; thanks to all of you for the never-ending encouragement!

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