To protect you from getting additional bed bug bites while a lengthy multi-application chemical bed bug treatment is performed
Use CimexiShield™ as a Bed Bug Spray for Skin DURING a Bed Bug Treatment to reduce the amount of new Bed Bugs Bites!
Now that you have selected and started a Bed Bug Treatment, it is going to take time to KILL the Bed Bugs. Most chemical Bed Bug Spray treatments require no less than 3 visits over several weeks to months to complete. Even if you choose Steam or Freezing, those methods can only Kill Bed Bugs the Applicator finds by eye. There could still be Bed Bug eggs or Bed Bug nymphs that were not detected, and therefore are still Alive and able to bite you! If this happens, you will have to schedule additional visits to get rid of all the Bed Bugs. Whether that is one day, one week or several weeks, you are still going to be bitten by the Bed Bugs! You Will Still Be Getting MORE BED BUG BITES and feeling the Bed Bug Bites!
CimexiShield™ is Fortified with Aloe and Vitamin E, and as a Bed Bug Bite Spray will significantly relieve the itch, pain, swelling and discomfort associated with your existing Bed Bug Bites!
During most Chemical, Steam or Freezing Bed Bug treatments, the visible Bed Bugs are sprayed with chemicals or media while a residual chemical barrier is applied. When any hiding Bed Bugs, Nymphs, or newly hatched Nymphs cross the Bed Bug Spray chemical barrier, they come in contact with the chemicals and hopefully die in time.
What attracts the remaining Bed Bugs and draws them out of hiding is YOU! Your CO2, your Body Heat, and your Scent all draw Bed Bugs out from hiding! YOU Are the Bed Bug Bait! Like fishing, the Bed Bugs have to sample the Bait to get hooked! Whether it takes one day, one week or several weeks to draw out all the bugs you are still going to be bitten by the Bed Bugs! You Will Still Be Getting MORE BED BUG BITES and feeling the Bed Bug Bites!
To understand why the Bed Bug treatment process takes weeks, you need to understand the Bed Bug Life Cycle:
1. Bed Bug biology naturally promotes infestation.
2. Female Bed Bugs lay one to five eggs per day, or an average of 540 eggs in a lifetime.
3. Bed Bugs lay their eggs in cracks or rough surfaces.
4. Bed Bug nymphs grow to full adulthood in about 21 days and go through five stages of development before they reach maturity.
5. A Bed Bug will molt once during each stage of development and a blood meal is required for each molt.
dramatically reduces the amount of Bed Bug Bites, if not Eliminates them completely!
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Even though all visible Bed Bugs may have died from your Bed Bug Treatment, all the non-visible or newly hatched Bed Bugs are still alive. As the immature Bed Bugs go through their Life Cycle, you are still going to be bitten by the Bed Bugs! You Will Still Be Getting MORE BED BUG BITES that are itchy and painful, sometimes causing swelling and are extremely uncomfortable!