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Stingose is a first aid treatment for stings and bites which has been made in Australia for over 25 years.

Stingose has a unique 4 way action...

  1. Provides fast pain relief within minutes
  2. Minimises itching, swelling, blistering and inflammation
  3. Helps to prevent further reaction, infection and long term scarring
  4. Cleans the skin of sunscreen and oils

How does Stingose work?

Stingose contains the active ingredient aluminium sulphate, which helps to minimise the pain, inflammation and itch associated with the stings and bites of most insects and plants.

  • Mosquito bites
  • Ant bites
  • Bee stings
  • Wasp stings
  • Sand fly bites
  • Sea lice stings
  • Plant stings such as:
    • Vines
    • Nettles

Don't forget the Stingose!

Apply immediately after bite/sting for best results.

Stingose-8-indications

 

For external use only.

Source: Henderson. D, Easton, R G. Stingose. A new and effective treatment for bites and stings. Medical Journal of Australia September 1980, Vol. 2, Issue 3, p.146-50.

stingose-fast-relief-pain-mobile

Stingose is a first aid treatment for stings and bites which has been made in Australia for over 25 years.

Stingose has a unique 4 way action...

  1. Provides fast pain relief within minutes
  2. Minimises itching, swelling, blistering and inflammation
  3. Helps to prevent further reaction, infection and long term scarring
  4. Cleans the skin of sunscreen and oils

How does Stingose work?

Stingose contains the active ingredient aluminium sulphate, which helps to minimise the pain, inflammation and itch associated with the stings and bites of most insects and plants.

  • Mosquito bites
  • Ant bites
  • Bee stings
  • Wasp stings
  • Sand fly bites
  • Sea lice stings
  • Plant stings such as:
    • Vines
    • Nettles

Don't forget the Stingose!

Apply immediately after bite/sting for best results.

Stingose-8-indications

 

For external use only.

Source: Henderson. D, Easton, R G. Stingose. A new and effective treatment for bites and stings. Medical Journal of Australia September 1980, Vol. 2, Issue 3, p.146-50.