Effective and Refreshing Repellent
Natural eucalyptus citriodora leaf, clove, lavender and black wood tree repellent; it has compounds with insect repellent and fungicide properties. Does not contain deet, is not toxic for humans, pets and environment. Also, its oil content makes this repellent a great option to remove mosquitoes and give a moisturizing and refreshing skin effect.
Naturally derived active substance
Renewable resource, sustainably sourced from around the world to make the best use of the earth’s resources and assure supply. Eucalyptus citriodora oil (main repellent ingredient) has been approved by ECOCERT.
Highly effective against Aedes and Anopheles mosquitoes
Provides protection against vectors that transmit the viruses that cause Malaria, Dengue fever, yellow fever, West Nile fever, chikungunya and the Zika virus along-side other lesser known diseases.
Low transdermal absorption
Compared with other dermally applied actives, very little product is absorbed through the skin and into the bloodstream, reducing the impact it has on the consumer’s body
Suitable for pregnant women and small children
Can be used on children from 6 months old (*Depends on the jurisdiction, however we does not recommend use of insect repellents on children under the age of 6 months)
As effective as the alternatives
Comparable efficacy to synthetic actives allowing consumers to have an effective, naturally sourced choice.
No accumulation of residues that later become pollutants.
No plasticising effect
Will not damage other materials unlike some of the alternatives, keeping sporting equipment, eyewear etc. free from harm.
Protection against the following biting insects and other arthropods.
- Mosquitoes, including the Aedes, Anopheles, Culex, Ochlerotatus and Psorophora genera
- Ticks, including Ixodes genus
- Flies, including Sand flies and Stable flies
- Land leeches
- Head lice
BACKED BY SCIENCE
It is produced from the distilled oil of Eucalyptus citriodora trees (also known as Corymbia citriodora) using an accelerated process that mimics what naturally occurs in the leaf, by converting the citronellal content into p-menthane-3,8-diol (PMD).