F.A.Q.
Tick Release is a unique, non-poisonous aid in the removal of attached ticks for both humans and animals.


What is Tick Release?

Tick Release is a unique,  non-poisonous aid in the removal of attached ticks for both humans and animals.

Who can benefit from Tick Release?
Tick Release is especially helpful for active out-of-doors persons and their pets  such as campers, joggers, hikers, hunters, fishermen, ranchers and farmers whose activities bring them in regular contact with tick inhabited environments.. wooded and brushy areas, tall grass, pastures and similar terrain. Also, certain parts of the country have a higher incident of tick-borne illnesses such as Lyme Disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. A related consideration is the density of  animal populations which are know to be seasonal or intermediate hosts for ticks like deer and White Footed mice.

When is Tick Release used?
Use Tick Release immediately upon discovering an attached tick. Tick Release is for external use only. Do not get into eyes, ear canals or nasal passages.

How do I use Tick Release?
Place just one or two drops of Tick Release on the attached tick. Wait approximately one to two minutes, then gently remove the tick  using tweezers. Studies have shown Tick Release aids in removing ticks safety by weakening the “cement” many ticks use to attach themselves to your skin. Tests indicate approximately one-third to one-fourth of attached ticks will back out by themselves. 

Tick Release should reduce the frequency with which tick mouthparts break off and remain embedded in the skin. This helps reduce the chances for irritation and secondary infection from scratching.

Why use Tick Release?
Use of Tick Release should reduce the frequency with which mouthparts break off and  help to remove the “attachment cement” generated by ticks. This should decrease healing time and reduce the chances of irritation and secondary infections due to scratching