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Stop Bugging Me Review

The news of Bed Bugs lately gives me the heebie-jeebies.  Recently Carrie Brown’s stay at a Lombard Hotel covered her in more than 50 Bed Bug bites, which became infected. Three Maryland Fire Departments are infested with Bed Bugs and  NYC schools have bed bugs. To say that Bed Bugs are on the rise, is an understatement.

According to, Chicago Tribune, PCT Magazine, and AOL Health the Top TEN Most Infested US Cities are:

  • New York, NY
  • Philadelphia, PA
  • Detroit, MI
  • Cincinnati, OH
  • Chicago, IL
  • Denver, CO
  • Columbus, OH
  • Dayton, OH
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Los Angeles, CA

There’s a product that safely kills and prevents bed bugs and gives us all peace of mind, Stop Bugging Me! 

Traveling is something we often do and for the past year I have been a super inspector seeking bed bugs. To be honest, I don’t really know what I”m looking for, but if it is moving, I’m squashing it! Here’s some insight on these bugs that are making news.

About Bed Bugs: (From the Stop Bugging Me Website)
  •  Bed bugs, derived from their preference for living in areas people like to sleep. They are about 1/4 of an inch long, flat and oval in shape.
  •  Brown in color, they transform from dark red or black and become engorged after feeding.
  • They are attracted to warmth, blood and carbon dioxide making humans (not pets) their preferred feeding choice.
  • Their eggs look like white rice before they hatch.
  • These parasitic insects feed on human blood and while they can survive up to a year without it, they prefer to feed every five to ten days.
  • The main indication of bed bug bites is persistent itching and skin rashes. They are small, flat or raised bumps on the skin.
  • Their saliva has anesthetics in it so the host cannot feel the bite as it contains proteins that can cause a potentially dangerous allergic reaction.
  • Bed bugs do not transmit disease and are not related to sanitation – the cleanest homes can have them.
  • They do not jump or fly, but because bed bugs are so small and thin, they can hide in very narrow cracks, and move quickly over walls, floors and furniture to spread basically anywhere.

Stop Bugging Me

While I am under the belief that our home does not have bed bugs, I’m intent on keeping it this way. If I can do my part to prevent and keep bed bugs from reaching our home, I’m all about it.
Stop Bugging Me is an insecticide, however, it is safe to use around children and pets.  We like that it doesn’t smell like chemical. My son says it smells more plant-based. It’s also easy to use. Just spray on your bedding and furniture and let it do it’s thing. Always test in a small inconspicuous area and never use on silk or dry clean only textiles.
Proven 100% Effective in Independent Laboratories this formula is fast-acting and kills 100% of bedbugs within 15 minutes and more than half of bed bugs are dead within 30 seconds. Each application may prevent bed bugs and dust mites for up to two weeks.
A  Non-Toxic Formulation with environmentally friendly ingredients. Stop Bugging Me uses a natural insecticide called 2-phenethyl propionate, eugenol, sodium lauryl sulfate, geraniol and cinnamon oil with aromatic bark. It’s safe for use around the entire family and 100 percent biodegradable. It is also FDA GRAS, EPA FIFRA 25(b) Approved.
Stop Bugging Me comes in travel size bottles to make traveling or visits to the movie theater a protected adventure. Stop Bugging Me is also available in a larger 12 oz bottle for protecting the home.
Still not convinced bed bugs are pervasive? The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) and the University of Kentucky conducted a survey, 2011 Bugs Without Borders Survey, that reported that that bed bug infestations have increased and are now being found just about everywhere. The study, which surveyed U.S. pest management professionals, found that bed bug infestations are increasing in truly revolting ways in the last year:
  • College dorms: 54% compared with 35% the year before
  • Hotels: 80% compared with 67% from 2010
  • Schools and day cares: 26%, up from 10%
 In support of the first ever National Bed Bug Awareness Month, Stop Bugging Me! is offering a special promotion for the month of September: Buy one product, get one free of equal or lesser value. Stop Bugging Me! also urges Americans to protect themselves against infestations by traveling prepared and knowing how and where to inspect.
*I received Stop Bugging me in order for me to facilitate an honest review. The opinions, were expressed, are my own and were in no way influenced by the sponsor. Others experiences may vary.
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