Long Lasting Itch Relief

How to deal with the seemingly intractable itch

Posted by on Aug 18, 2015 in Posts |



If an itch just won’t go away no matter how much you scratch, it must be time to apply some Kiss My Itch Goodbye…

Lion cub, National Zoo

Photo – Allen Richon

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Yards + gardening = insect bites

Posted by on Aug 10, 2015 in Posts |



I’ve noticed that whenever I hang out in the yard, weeding or eating the occasional plant, I seem to have problems with insect bites… Wonder if someone might share some KMIG with me?

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Itch relief, now!

Posted by on Aug 4, 2015 in Posts |


While throwing dirt on your back to stay cool as well as reduce bites and stings works for elephants, humans frequently suffer from insect problems that require relief. Organic Kiss My Itch Goodbye, safe and effective.  Readily available in both 2 and 4 ounce containers.

Kandula – Smithsonian’s National Zoo

Photo – Allen Richon

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Rain and more rain = mosquitoes

Posted by on Jul 14, 2015 in Posts |



Hey mosquito… You do realize that if you bite me, I will very likely bite back, so you might be well advised to go find a human to annoy.
National Zoo – Photo, Allen Richon

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Time to travel

Posted by on Jul 9, 2015 in Posts |

PassportSummer and travel are synonymous.   Whether you are headed out on a short trip, or something more exotic requiring a passport, please take a few minutes to read some tips in our latest Whole Foods Magazine article http://www.wholefoodsmagazine.com/blog/think-locally-act-globally-staying-healthy-when-traveling-abroad

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Play ball!

Posted by on Jun 30, 2015 in Posts |

Yankee Stadium


Before you head to the ball park to watch your team win, check out these points in our latest Whole Foods Magazine article:


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Summer is here – get out and enjoy!!

Posted by on Jun 9, 2015 in Posts |


2015_06_07-GorillaNapRelaxing outdoors – highly underrated. Find some time to kick back and enjoy nature. If the occasional bug decides to share your space and leave you with a memento of the visit, get out the KMIG. After all, that is how KMIG came into being, one mosquito on a rooftop deck in summer.
Photo – Smithsonian’s National Zoo – Allen Richon

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