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    Anti-Insect Natural Spray

    €9,85 8 In stock: Ordered on working days before 17:00, shipped the same day.
    2 variations 60ml
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    As a nature lover you know how annoying all those flying mosquitoes are. It will be a tough night in the tent without any protection during the day. In addition, you also run the risk of developing nasty infectious diseases such as malaria and yellow fever. That is why we recommend you using Anti-Insect Natural Spray. This spray contains a 30% natural component: Eucalyptus Citriodora oil. These lemon-eucalyptus extracts are obtained in a sustainable and ecologically responsible manner. This spray is also suitable for children from 3 months of age. Unlike DEET, a pretty strong synthetic agent, Anti-Insect Natural Spray is suitable for all destinations and can also be safely used by pregnant women and during breastfeeding. It offers optimal protection for 6 hours against mosquitoes, ticks and midges.

    Advantages of this spray:

    • no side effects have been reported since the introduction in 1994,
    • it does not affect plastics such as spectacle frames, photo cameras or varnished table tops,
    • it is registered by Tropenzorg B.V. as a biocide and fulfills all requirements concerning safety for people and the environment.

    The spray is available at in 15ml, 60ml and 100ml packages.


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