A New Solution in the Bed Bug Epidemic
“Don’t let the bed bugs bite!”
It’s a childhood phrase that many of us grew up hearing before bedtime, and at the time those evil critters seemed as real as monsters in the closet or imaginary friends. We eventually dismissed them, just like stories of the boogieman or how stepping on a crack would break your mother's back.
However, bed bugs actually do exist, and over the last few years they've made a cringe-inducing comeback to the United States. These blood-sucking creepy crawlers have been appearing everywhere—from residential homes to fancy 5-star hotels, movie theaters, shopping malls, upscale businesses, and college dormitories. Their appetites are insatiable, and some are found festering even after being dosed with tons of toxic chemicals. Is there any safe way to truly stop them?
Fortunately, there is.
THE BASICS: What Are Bed Bugs?
Bed bugs are small parasites that hibernate in your mattress and other furniture, coming out only in the darkness of night to feed on warm flesh like vampires of the insect world (only they're a lot less sexy than their fictional human counterparts). They don’t discriminate, going after adults, children, young, old, rich, poor, and even your pets. And, contrary to popular myth, they aren’t found exclusively in messy rooms or roach-infested motels; they can literally be in any dwelling.
As babies, they look like black, brown, or tan fleas. After feeding they turn a brown/reddish color, and as they grow older they resemble cockroaches, with a flat, oval-shaped shell and six legs. They feed for approximately 5 to 10 minutes, but being resilient little bloodsuckers they can go months without feeding. This often gives one the false impression they've moved on, only to have them re-infest your entire home—including your new furniture and clothing.
Most people cannot feel themselves being bitten. They wake up in the morning, discover the itchy spots, and brush them off as mosquito, spider, or other flea bites. However bed bug bites can be distinguished by one unique characteristic: three bite marks in a row, known as breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
And, while it's very rare for a person to experience a severe allergy from a bed bug bite, symptoms can include lowered blood pressure, swelling, hives, and asthma-like symptoms.
THE SOLUTION: Is there one?
Yes! It used to be that once a bed bug infestation was confirmed, the only way to get rid of them was through a home extermination. That can take multiple attempts, months of frustration, and repeated bouts with itchy, painful bites all over your body.
The best way to keep bed bugs from infesting your home? Safeguard against them first.
We found an affordable, healthy, and less intrusive option to both treat and prevent the infestation of bed bugs called Bed Defense.
Unlike bug sprays or costly professional fumigations which contain harsh smells and chemicals that are hazardous to humans and pets, Bed Defense is made with all natural ingredients including lactic acid, glycerin, silicon dioxide, and the essential oils from hops flower and rosemary. These safe, naturally effective ingredients have been clinically proven to repel the nocturnal nightmares, making Bed Defense one of America's top selling bed bug repellent products.
Simply place the Bed Defense unit under your mattress or on the floor—it starts working immediately and can be used for travel, in your home, or office. Bed Defense is both a solution to an existing infestation, and also acts as a preventative measure, insuring that infestation never occurs.
Best of all, Bed Defense is only $11.95 with a 30-day money back guarantee. That means it's easier than ever to try it out and join the hundreds of thousands of satisfied people who make Bed Defense their first offense when it comes to battling bed bugs.
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