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OUCH! You've Just Been Stung! What's Next?

General treatment and care for bee stings:

  • Remove the stinger carefully using a scraping motion. Use a credit card, finger nail, or other dull edge to take out the stinger without squeezing the venom sac.
  • Do not use tweezers to remove the stinger. Tweezers could squeeze the venom from the sac into the skin.
  • If the casualty has difficulty breathing and/or swelling of lips, face, or neck area, call 9-1-1 or activate EMS immediately! If the casualty has an EPI-pen, help them access and self-administer the injection (learn how with this 52 page First Aid Guide for under $1!).

Safetec® Sting Relief Products

Temporary Relief of Insect Bites and Stings (sting relief wipe size: 1.125” x 2.75”)
Simply apply Safetec® Sting Relief to the affected area and feel relief fast
with lidocaine helping to minimize the pain; dries instantly. It provides
temporary relief from pain and itching caused by insect stings and bites.
Choose from individually wrapped towelettes or the “no touch” spray
applicator. Stop the urge to itch and reduce your chance of secondary
infection. The Sting Relief spray bottle and sting relief wipes are convenient for first aid kits, the office, purses, bags, hospitals, travel, workshops and more.

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These items contain fast acting pain relieving lidocaine. They also dry instantly!

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