Bee Stings, How to Treat Bee Stings
Here you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions from our advisory page, our customers' experience or a signpost to related articles.
For stings from bees or other insects, I recommend Gel with propolis, rub the affected area with the gel. It has a cooling effect and relieves pain.
Allergy to propolis is not related to allergy to bee stings. Prior to the use of a new product, we recommend performing an allergy test - rub the underside of the wrist with propolis ointment; if no allergic reaction occurs within 24 hours, you can use the product.
So, if you are not allergic to propolis, you can use the ointment with propolis.
Yes, you may use propolis gel even if you are allergic to insect stings.
Experience gained by our customers:
„Great product. We use it for insect bites, and it soothes the skin very quickly and the children are not so tempted to scratch the bites. Our whole family have fancied it :-)“
Anna Javorková | source: e-shop, a customer reviewed Gel with propolis
„Beautifully cooling after a wasp sting, swelling minimal.“
Petra | source: e-shop, a customer reviewed Gel with propolis
„Taken out of the fridge, it soothes and cools burns and insect bites.“
Jana | source: e-shop, a customer reviewed Gel with propolis
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