Best Way of Preventing Swimmers Itch

The Weeders Digest Introduces Swimmer’s Itch Guard!

Up until now, the focus on Swimmer’s Itch has been how to treat the rash once it appears. Most topical, over the counter products, don’t help with the itch of the rash.  Although the rash typically only lasts from 4-7 days, it is bothersome enough that it keeps people from enjoying swimming, boating, and other water activities.  Well now there is GOOD NEWS!  Weeders Digest has a solution.

It’s called Swimmer’s Itch Guard (SIG).  It’s a combination “chemical block” with an SPF30 sunscreen.  Why does SIG work so well?  The answer: because it is a preventative solution.  SIG is applied BEFORE you enter the water.  It acts as a repellent and prevents the parasites from entering the skin.  The secret, be sure SIG is applied prior to entering the water.  Swimmer’s Itch Guard is also safe for children. All of the ingredients are proven safe, natural ingredients.  These ingredients prevent swimmer’s itch by repelling the parasite and thereby preventing them from penetrating the skin.  Here are some other facts about Swimmer’s Itch Guard:


What is the Shelf Life of Swimmer’s Itch Guard?

The shelf life of Swimmer’s Itch Guard is 7 years and the shelf life for its protection against swimmer’s itch is more than 7 years. The expiration date is stamped on each jar.

Applications per Jar

An average sized adult will use about 1 ounce of Swimmer’s Itch Guard per application so children will use proportionately less according to their size. A reasonable estimate for a family of four going in the water 2 times per week for 8 weeks is 6 jars.

Directions for Use

Before entering the water, apply to all uncovered skin and all skin under loose fitting bottoms and tops that will be under water continuously for 5 minutes or longer. Apply liberally and evenly. Reapply after 90 minutes of water activity or taking a shower or hot-tub.

How to Remove Swimmer’s Itch Guard Easily

The easiest way to remove Swimmer’s Itch Guard is to “wet” a paper towel with any vegetable oil or baby oil and wipe off with the “wetted” paper towel. You should see a pink residue on the paper towel. Afterwards, a soap and water bath or shower will remove the oil. This extra step makes the removal process much easier.