Long Lasting Itch Relief

Eczema (atopic dermatitis) – a year-round issue

Posted by on Sep 29, 2014 in Posts |

Eczema or atopic dermatitis currently impacts the lives of 25-35 million people in the United States alone. Sadly, there is no cure for eczema and studies have shown that in the last thirty years, the number of people with eczema has doubled. If you are among those dealing with this year-round issue, Kiss My Itch Goodbye may provide significant relief. A product that works on itch of all type and also conditions the skin with shea butter and grape seed oil can make a huge difference. For many people treating eczema, winter seems to exacerbate the problem; now is the time to start repairing your skin.

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Fall colors

Posted by on Sep 25, 2014 in Posts |

Fall treeWe are getting close to that beautiful time of year when we want to hit the road and see the fall colors.  Wherever your drive takes you, if you are in the area of Hendersonville, NC, or Charlottesville, VA, please stop by and get acquainted with our wonderful retailers in those areas.  Sherman’s on Main Street in Hendersonville is not to be missed and the same is true of Rebecca’s Natural Food in Charlottesville.  Both stores are loaded with wonderful items and we appreciate that they are both carrying Kiss My Itch Goodbye.

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A glowing recommendation for KMIG

Posted by on Sep 24, 2014 in Posts |

Nancy Brookshire
September 24 at 12:47pm

Our friends, Merry Ambos Richon and Allen Richon, have developed a wonderful all natural product, Kiss My Itch Goodbye! I was fortunate enough to test this product!! I have so many skin breakouts and allergies….and this summer I have been stung many times and had three bouts of chiggers!! This product has worked amazingly well for me!! If you are at one one the Bluebird rallies I am attending, ask for a free sample. Kiss My Itch Goodbye has given me a limited amount and I will be happy to share. Better yet, visit their site or “like” it here on FB. This is my own opinion of their product and when I find something that works this well, I want to share!

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Coming soon!!!

Posted by on Sep 23, 2014 in Posts |

Available the first week of October – a 1 oz bottle of Kiss My Itch Goodbye.  Perfect for your briefcase, handbag or pocket.  The 1 oz container will come with a flip-lid and will be sealed for your protection.  Check the web site or Facebook for details on pricing.

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1st Day of Fall – Winter itch is just around the corner

Posted by on Sep 22, 2014 in Posts |

As we welcome fall, we know that winter and the dreaded winter itch can’t be far behind.  This year, be proactive before you have those itchy spots on your arms, legs and back.  Just squirt a bit of KMIG from your 4oz pump bottle into a handful of any body lotion that you apply daily.  This may be just the answer to that problem that bothers so many of us the moment the humidity drops and the heat comes on…  Don’t let it be a problem for you again this winter season.

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Praise for Mommy Bloggers from KMIG

Posted by on Sep 9, 2014 in Posts |

The community of mommy bloggers has been very supportive of our product and we have enjoyed sharing their reviews with our customers.  In return for their support, our free-lance publicist, Lewis Fein, has written this terrific piece that provides an understanding of the significant impact this community has on society today.  The article has just appeared in CEO BlogNation (http://rescue.ceoblognation.com/?p=8144); we know you will enjoy reading it:


Millions of Voices on Behalf of Millions of Readers: The Mommy Blogger Revolution

The Newseum, which is an interactive museum of news and journalism located in Washington, DC, is a reportorial buffet of information. The permanent exhibitions and traveling galleries include everything from a satellite replica and a Bell helicopter to eight, 12-foot sections of the Berlin Wall and a chronicle of other events high and low, such as an illustrated map of press freedoms around the globe and the ramshackle cabin where the “Unabomber” waged domestic terror against his fellow citizens.

And yet, there is something missing from this sleek building whose upper floors cantilever over the sidewalk of Pennsylvania Avenue; there is a void in this 250,000-square-foot collection of glass facades, upon which a giant slab of Tennessee marble hangs and the inscription of the 45 words of the First Amendment asserts the primacy of American liberty. There is an absence.

I do not exaggerate when I write that in this illustrated evolution of media, and amidst so many theaters, pavilions and an enormous atrium, there is not even a plaque – or a signpost – on behalf of the single greatest force of online influence and credibility. There is no smartphone from this group. There is no tablet from these writers. There is no physical memento to commemorate the most powerful voice in business news and marketing.

I refer to the legions of women – the tens of millions of mothers, the mommy bloggers – who can propel brands to unprecedented heights, spread commentary like an electronic wildfire, showcase otherwise unknown products, and, when necessary, confront the mightiest of corporations with the aid of the mightiest of swords: Their own words, the (electronic) pen to paper (or screen), where a mother can refute grandiose marketing claims and not-so-subtle intimidation from major businesses.

I applaud these women because of their enthusiasm for my company. And, as the Founder of Kiss My Itch Goodbye (https://www.kissmyitchgoodbye.com/), I can attest to the thoroughness of mommy bloggers, who respect the products I develop that alleviate or eliminate a common frustration: The itching sensation induced by pests, pets, allergies and unexpected events.

I also happen to have the pleasure of writing this piece from our nation’s capital, home to our marble temples of independence, our statuary of great presidents, the Library of Congress, the Lincoln Memorial and Reflecting Pool . . . and tens of thousands of mosquitoes. Yes: I have the scratches and bumps caused by these nighttime ambassadors that lobby the District while I rest.

But I owe some of my most significant professional achievements to these creatures because they are, in part, the reason my product exists – and my product is the reason I continue to meet an ever-growing number of mommy bloggers from every state and major city.

The Women of Change: The Most Sincere Advocates (or Critics) of Any Business

It is just, indeed, that I can reach the Newseum (of which I am a member) within minutes. For, I can issue a request to the building’s curators – I will offer the same plea here – to update that space to reflect the changes wrought by women with a passion for respect and authenticity.

I also have some advice for executives, who may dismiss the influence of a lone individual or mock a “keyboard warrior” in pink slippers and a bathrobe: “Gentlemen (and ladies, too), mommy bloggers do their own independent research; they will scrutinize every aspect of your product, and they will test the legitimacy of every claim associated with your brand. Failure to communicate with this audience is nothing short of arrogance and incompetence.”

Does that, therefore, mean every mommy blogger is correct about the conclusions she makes about a product? Does that mean I agree with every suggestion or (mild) critique a mommy blogger writes about my product?

The answer is “no,” but I respect the investment by a mother to sample my product and provide insightful feedback. I respect the commitment each woman upholds – many without remuneration of any kind – to speak truth to power.

I respect the personal resolve to have a voice, distinctive in tone and resonant by design, where the public will listen to – and read – the words that define that voice.

To my fellow executives and entrepreneurs, I encourage you to answer that voice with dignity and kindness.

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The Story Behind Kiss My Itch

Posted by on Jun 2, 2014 in Posts |


Itching is a seasonal rite for some and an all-year battle for others. Winning that conflict, or lessening the severity of that itching sensation induced by pests, pets, allergies and unexpected events, is the essence of Kiss My Itch Goodbye® – the anti-itch product – we also have a separate line for dogs and cats – that casts aside all the pills, powders and prescription medications that may (at best) temporarily abate this symptom to scratch and pick (and scratch some more).


Indeed, Kiss My Itch Goodbye® is the result of a bite of inspiration, so to speak: A reddish, itchy bump, a sign of initiation among residents of Washington, DC, where the summer heat and humidity make the nation’s capital seem like an equatorial zone of monsoon floods, record temperatures and unrelenting discomfort. That “dining scratch” from a mosquito’s feeding needle, the cause for Kiss My Itch Goodbye®, is the reason consumers now have an all-natural, safe alternative to fighting the itches from these pesky pests and other sources of skin irritation.


Thanks to a lot of investigation on my part, and invaluable expertise from a chemist I trust, who also happens to be my husband, I – no, we – now have a lotion with seven simple ingredients, in addition to distilled water. This formula, created from scratch (pun intended), is our answer to every bite, bump, bruise or blister that eludes treatment by steroids and other conventional dermatological products.


And, while we understand that each individual (as well as each pet) has their own specific condition that may be responsible for intense itching, we seek to give every person a choice: An opportunity to try our lotion, with ingredients sourced and Made in America.


Best of all, you do not need a degree in chemistry to understand the active agents in each tube of Kiss My Itch Goodbye®.


Convenient, compact, affordable and popular among current users, Kiss My Itch Goodbye® is my answer to that perennial question: How can I stop, or at least reduce, the itching?


Put a different way: How can I Kiss My Itch Goodbye? The question asks and answers itself.


With dedication and optimism, I present this product to you.


–Merry Ambos Richon
Washington, DC

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