Long Lasting Itch Relief

Oh, no…

Posted by on Aug 14, 2016 in Posts |



We are leaving for a late summer camping trip tomorrow and we ran out of Kiss My Itch Goodbye??  How will we treat insect bites/stings, poison ivy and mild sunburn??

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Beware… Poison Ivy is everywhere

Posted by on Jul 24, 2016 in Posts |

Poison ivy caution


Summer brings with it a major chance of coming in contact with poison ivy.  If you realize the itchy rash that just appeared somewhere on your body is a result of that chance encounter, immediately apply Kiss My Itch Goodbye.

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Heads up – mosquito season is here

Posted by on Jul 6, 2016 in Posts |



Wow!  Did you see the size of that mosquito that just went by?  Fingers are crossed you won’t end up with a bite, but if it happens, KMIG to the rescue!


Sand cat, National Zoo

Photo – Allen Richon

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Questions about skin irritation?

Posted by on Jun 13, 2016 in Posts |




If you have questions about what types of skin problems can be treated by Kiss My Itch Goodbye, please refer to our FAQs, or drop us an e-mail.  We would enjoy hearing from you.

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Relief for summer skin problems

Posted by on Jun 2, 2016 in Posts |


Keeping a low profile may not be the best prevention for skin irritation. Is it time to try an all-natural remedy for fast relief?  KMIG is organic, gluten-free and contains soothing ingredients that will make irritated skin feel better quickly.


Meerkat, Smithsonian’s National Zoo

Photo – Allen Richon

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Happy Mother’s Day

Posted by on May 6, 2016 in Posts |



We would like to wish the mothers who make so many lives better a very Happy Mother’s Day.

Giant Pandas Bei Bei and Mei Xiang, National Zoo

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Plan ahead

Posted by on May 4, 2016 in Posts |



Planning ahead is always a good idea (ask Bonnie who is carrying a snack for her trip across the O-Line). For some, just remembering to take Kiss My Itch Goodbye along when camping, boating, or heading out to a picnic will quickly deal with any insect or poison ivy problems that may arise.

Bonnie, National Zoo – Photo, Allen Richon

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