Small but mighty, glide this onto any bug bite for an immediate sensation of much-welcomed relief. Ingredients like calendula, arnica, and castor oil work to soothe the irritation, while copaiba and aloe de-escalate the tell-tale pinkness and bumpiness.
Keep this around to show bug bites to the curb. We recommend storing in the fridge for a boostedoooh, ahhsensation when applied.
Castor Oil- A known insect tamer as far back as Greek antiquity, historically prized for drawing out venom, poison, or less serious irritants. Relieves pain, is a natural antibiotic, and carries antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.
Camphor Bark- An anesthetic native to forests in Japan and Taiwan, camphor bark temporarily numbs sensory nerve endings to relieve pain and physical stress. Helps to reduce itchiness, inflammation, and reddened skin.
Tea Tree Oil- Known for its antibacterial, antimicrobial, antiseptic properties, it helps soothe minor irritation and dry skin.
Copaiba- Dating all the way back to the 16th century, copaiba is tapped for its healing, anti-inflammatory properties by the natives of northern Brazil. Contains large amounts of beta-caryophyllene, which produces beta-endorphin (a "happiness" hormone) when applied to the skin.