Yes, Quitch stickers are meant to be kept on 24-7. They can be worn outside, inside, and even in while showering or swimming.
Yes! This just means that the sticker has absorbed some bad stuff from the bug bite, which will help it go away faster.
There is not right answer to this. You can leave them on for up to 4-5 days, but if your bite is better after one or even a few hours, it is fine to take off.
Stop using the stickers and contact your healthcare provider immediately.
It is recommended to ask your doctor directly prior to using if you are pregnant or lactating.
Yes, these are meant to take on the go! They are water resistant, when sealed correctly. Plus, the pouches shouldn’t trigger anything going through TSA.
Yes, we have only three ingredients in the product and no animal products are used.
Avoid quitch stickers for now and see your doctor.
We have three ingredients: witch hazel, aloe vera, and hydrocolloid.
Please use on children ages 3 and up as they can be a choking hazard for children below that age. Use with adult supervision for older children.
Using quitch stickers as quickly as possible after getting a bug bite helps to soothe the skin and provide immediate relief. The pressure from the stickers, soothing ingredients, and the barrier from yourself (not being able to scratch), helps minimize the reaction.
Pretty much any bite that feels itchy - if you are having a severe allergic reaction, however, seek immediate medical care.
Returns & Exchanges
If you are not happy with the product, please reach out to us within 28 days via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can help make things right.
28 days from order date.
Well, itching is the worst part of a bug bite, and we want you to quit it! So we shortened “quit the itch” to quitch!
After a trip to the Florida Keys and being attacked by mosquitoes and being so itchy I couldn’t sleep- I knew there had to be a more effective way to help the itch.
*** Medical disclaimer: This information is not meant to serve as medical advice, please contact your healthcare provider if you have any further questions.