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After Bite, Insect Bite Treatment for Kids, 20 g, $2.50 (or cheaper w/ S&S)

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[Amazon.ca] After Bite, Insect Bite Treatment for Kids, 20 g, $2.50 (or cheaper w/ S&S)

edit: Was $3.50 when first posted. Down to $3 now $2.50 now.

Bit late in the season, but some folks may still need it. New low on CCC. Subscribe & Save available to make it even cheaper. Max order of 5. Ships from and sold by Amazon.ca.
  • Non-pharmaceutical cream with aloe vera in a powerful non-stinging formula that is gentle on kids.
  • Applicator tube is perfect for packs, pockets, or purses giving portable relief.
  • Simple to apply cream allows for easy application to large coverage areas.
  • Contains natural healing ingredients such as baking soda, aloe vera and tea tree oil that smooth and moisturize sensitive skin.
  • Treat over-scratched bug bites without the fear of painful stinging.
Last edited by essjayess on Sep 10th, 2021 4:03 pm, edited 4 times in total.
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Sep 20, 2014
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Edmonton, AB
I purchased it due to huge wasp and bee problem in Edmonton. Hope do not need this, but good to have one just in case. Thanks OP!
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Subscribe & Save:
Save 5% today; Save up to 15% on future auto-deliveries

How do you get 15% off intial order? (Doesn't work when subscribed to 5 items)
Last edited by simplypop on Aug 31st, 2021 9:09 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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simplypop wrote: Subscribe & Save:
Save 5% today; Save up to 15% on future auto-deliveries

How do you get 15% off intial order?
subscribe to 5 items
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Sep 16, 2013
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Active ingredient is baking soda. Does it help? No. It did absolutely nothing for mosquito bites on my kid. There is a Benadryl cream (rather a lotion) which helps.
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Does this expire? Would like to keep some in my camper for my kid
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We have the cream version 3 pk from Costco, it doesn’t work nearly as well as the milky liquid in the AfterBite stick that I don’t see in stores anymore. A small container of ammonia to dab will probably do the trick too. Once I was unprepared without proper repellent on and welted all over so bad, I just took some Benadryl, nothing on my skin would have soothed it.
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LarryT778370 wrote: Not sure if it’s just me, but it didn’t work for me. Maybe I am not a kid Face With Tears Of Joy
You’re not the only one, it’s not only useless for me but it also did not work for my kids…
Lehmann L
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Don't know about this kid version, but the normal one seems to work for the wife, aka the mosquito magnet.
I'm rarely bit and never seem to react, so I don't bother with After Bite.
[OP]
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Price dropped again, from $3 to $2.50
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rahari wrote: I purchased it due to huge wasp and bee problem in Edmonton. Hope do not need this, but good to have one just in case. Thanks OP!
Better to pop a smartie than use this stuff.......
The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten....
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$2.13 with S&S and free ship
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Apr 6, 2008
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Over the counter 0.5% hydrocortisone works well on bites. Takes down the swelling and no more itching. It is a steroid, a little goes a long way

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