Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions about bug bites and how to treat them? Every outdoor lover does! Luckily, we’ve answered many of the common questions we get about Chiggerex right here. And if you have further questions, visit our Contact Us page.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is this really the original Chiggerex formula?

Yes! Families have relied on Chiggerex for over 50 years for fast, soothing relief from bug bites. When you have a winning formula, you don’t mess with it. That’s why we’re bringing back the original Chiggerex formula and the same iconic packaging you know and love. Don’t be fooled by imitators, and accept no substitutes.

Does Chiggerex work on bug bites other than chigger bites?

Yes, Chiggerex will provide fast, soothing relief for just about any type of bug bite. It was originally designed for chigger bites, but works equally well on mosquito bites, spider bites, bee stings, and more. Learn about Chiggerex uses here..

Where can I buy Chiggerex?

Chiggerex is available for purchase at local pharmacies and grocery stores, as well as online retailers. Learn where to buy Chiggerex here. Look for Chiggerex in the first-aid section.

What are the key ingredients in Chiggerex?

The main active ingredient in Chiggerex is Benzocaine (10%), a topical pain reliever. Chiggerex also contains Aloe Vera and Chamomile to soothe skin and reduce appearance of redness. Read the Chiggerex Drug Facts here.

What exactly are chiggers?

Chiggers are members of the mite family, closely related to ticks and spiders. They are tiny, usually reddish-orange, and in their larval form, they can bite you and cause quite a powerful itch. Learn more about chiggers here.

Are chiggers the same as bed bugs?

Nope, completely different. Although that is a common misconception Chiggers and bed bugs cause similar types of pain and itch, and are both nearly invisible to the naked eye, but they are different types of bugs and are found in different environments. Learn the difference between chiggers and bed bugs here.

Chiggers are not technically insects. So what are they?

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