"TickleFLEX is a great gift for people of all ages, no matter how many times they've celebrated Christmas, but it's a life changer for parents and children. Kids won't get needle anxiety, or feel the sting, and they won't have any injection bruising. Best of all they will sleep through night time injections. Now that truly is a dream come true!"
Read what the NDSS had to say about TickleFLEX
See why we developed TickleFLEX
Watch our 2 minute video below to better understand how TickleFLEX Insulin Injection Aid works and how it can improve your quality of life.
TickleFLEX: Worry-free Injecting
TickleFLEX is the perfect Christmas gift for people with Diabetes! Buy 2 or more between now and December 25th and receive 10% off, and we will gift wrap it for you!
TickleFLEX is a universal fit insulin injection aid that supports best practice for injecting with short needles. It helps to reduce stress and anxiety when injecting insulin, empowering Diabetics of all ages to inject with confidence.
The benefits of TickleFLEX
TickleFLEX attaches to the end of your insulin pen and allows you to use it in the normal way, REDUCING NEEDLE PAIN
Stabilises the needle
TickleFLEX holds the needle stable enabling you to reach further around your body and inject with one hand.
Fits any needle
TickleFLEX will fit onto any Universal single use 4 – 8mm needle and therefore can be used for more than just insulin.
Hides the needle
TickleFLEX hides the needle as it breaks the skin, reducing stress for those with needle phobia.
TickleFLEX has a large pad area that acts like a snow shoe preventing the needle going in too deep. This can substantially reduce bruising.
How does TickleFLEX work?
Using TickleFLEX is smooth and seamless – it distracts, it gathers, it secures. Simply slide it over the needle and use the insulin pen in the normal way, but now with the added benefits of TickleFLEX Insulin Injection Aid.
How to use TickleFLEX
Our simple guide to using TickleFLEX safely and effectively
Testimonials & Feedback
Hear what our happy customers have had to say...
I recently purchased a Tickleflex for myself as I have been a diabetic for 24 years and feel like a pin cushion. My stomach resembles a road map, I was bruising all the time and often injecting into a nerve causing a lot of pain and bleeding. The first time I used my Tickleflex I was truly amazed. I found that my hand was more steady, there was no pain or bleeding and no bruising afterwards. This little device has changed my life and I was so impressed that I have brought one for my sister. I love my Tickleflex.
"I recently bought Tickleflex for my father who has been an insulin dependent diabetic for the past 10 years. He experienced so many difficulties with injecting. The results are incredible. Literally no more pain when injecting, no more bruises, no more accidentally hitting a nerve with the needle. This would also be amazing for children who require insulin injections. Couldn’t be more pleased."
“It did significantly reduce the feeling of the needle
and insulin going in and you could feel round the site
a slight tickle. I have given a few out to patients and
received some good comments, mainly reporting that
it did infact reduce the feeling of the needle and
reduced the pain.”
“Bought this for my son who has recently been
diagnosed with type 1. He has a fear of needles so
injecting insulin 4+ times a day was traumatic.
Brought this, used once and suddenly he took over all
injections. The mixture of not being able to see the
needle and the distraction of how the TickleFLEX feels,
Great item really pleased I came across it, only wish it had been available 21 years ago when I became Diabetic. Would have saved me anxiety & bad bruising, I highly recommend this product. Well done to the people who came up with this idea & went for it.
This changed my sons life. He has a fear of needles and the anxiety meant he was unable to do his own injections and panicked knowing I had to. This arrived and I used it once, since then he has done all his own injections.
Meet Peter, the inventor of TickleFLEX
Hear why Peter set out to invent a device to help him lessen the stress and anxiety asscociated with injecting insulin.