Long Lasting Itch Relief

Doing something for the planet

Posted by on Apr 24, 2015 in Posts |

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In celebration of Earth Day 2015, Kiss My Itch Goodbye is happy to announce the adoption of Megaloman through Orangutan Outreach (www.redapes.org). Mega is in wonderful hands at the SOCP Orangutan Rescue Center in Sumatra currently enjoying their Baby House (https://redapes.org/projects-partners/socp/baby-house/). We know many of KMIG’s fans are animal lovers; we hope you will consider getting involved in this great effort.  The forests orangutans call home are being decimated at a frightening rate.  Sadly, this means that groups like Orangutan Outreach have much work ahead of them.  We are very pleased to be just a small part of their large effort.

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Earth Day 2015

Posted by on Apr 22, 2015 in Posts |

Kermit the Frog

We are convinced that Kermit the Frog will forgive us in this instance where we want to discuss that it is, indeed, easy to be green.  We hope you will take this message just posted in Whole Foods Magazine to heart.  http://www.wholefoodsmagazine.com/blog/it-easy-being-green-earth-day-remember

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Diabetic Itch – Whole Foods Magazine Article

Posted by on Apr 17, 2015 in Posts |

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While summer is a season most of us embrace, it can be difficult for people dealing with chronic problems that are often exacerbated by warm weather. Please share this informative article from the Whole Foods Magazine with family and friends who are dealing with diabetes.
http://www.wholefoodsmagazine.com/…/summer-suffering-extra-…

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Pack your organic itch relief lotion and enjoy getting outside again

Posted by on Apr 8, 2015 in Posts |

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The time is finally here to think OUTDOORS! Don’t miss this great piece in Whole Foods Magazine that reminds us that being green is a good thing…
http://www.wholefoodsmagazine.com/…/enjoying-greenery-outdo…

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Rosacea Awareness Month

Posted by on Apr 6, 2015 in Posts |

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Kiss My Itch Goodbye® Champions National Rosacea Awareness Month with a Safe and Organic Way to Relieve this Chronic Skin Condition

Kiss My Itch Goodbye®, an all-natural and organic skincare product, announces its support for and promotion of Rosacea Awareness Month. This annual tradition, held each April, is a chance for the public to learn more about a chronic skin disorder, which strikes close to 16 million Americans.
Thanks to the National Rosacea Society (NRS), in addition to articles of the kind published in Whole Foods Magazine, there is a sustained effort to find the potential causes of rosacea and support ongoing medical studies about the contributing factors that worsen this condition.
“Researchers are now making steady progress in defining potential causes of the disorder, which may provide a foundation for significant improvements in its effective control,” says Dr. Richard Gallo, chief of dermatology at the University of California – San Diego and a member of the NRS medical advisory board. “Nevertheless, translating those scientific advances into effective therapy will be for naught if those who suffer from the disorder fail to realize they have a medical condition that can be treated.”
“Rosacea Awareness Month is a chance to help people with this skin problem right now. Kiss My Itch Goodbye® is a safe, affordable and portable – a tube fits in almost any pocket or purse – means of providing possible relief for this health challenge. Ending the physical and emotional trauma of rosacea should be a national 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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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 |

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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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