Why use a repellent?
Insect bites are not only unpleasant, but can be dangerous to your health.
Mosquitoes can transmit diseases such as malaria, dengue and yellow fever.
Lyme disease can be transmitted by an infected tick.
All the more reason to protect yourself and your family from insect and tick bites!
How does a mosquito and tick repellent work?
Anti-mosquito repellent active ingredients, such as lemon Eucalyptus essential oil, act by blocking the olfactory systems of mosquitoes that "detect" the emissions from human skin (such as lactic acid and CO²).
Disturbed, disoriented and unable to find their target's skin, the mosquitoes cannot bite
Which size should I choose?
This 60 ml bottle is enough for one person for 2 weeks of daily use (on average )
How to protect yourself from mosquitoes during the day?
Our design teams have developed a complete range to reduce mosquito bites.
With a hat with built-in mosquito net,
anti-mosquito trousers and jacket, you will no longer be bothered when hiking in the forest, bivouacking or even exploring in tropical countries.
Check out our TROPIC 500 range.
Have you considered a mosquito net?
For a good night’s rest free from mosquitoes, consider using a mosquito net that is sure to keep them out.
What about using sunscreen
Avoid using sunscreen and insect repellent at the same time: they both become less effective.
After applying sun cream, you need to wait for at least 20 minutes before applying repellent.
Recommendations for use
To protect your eyes, avoid spraying directly onto the face.
It's best to spray the product on the hands first and then rub it on your cheeks and forehead
Use biocides with care.
Before use, read the label and product information carefully. Do not expose to sunlight.
Spray at least 15 cm away from the skin.
Keep out of reach of children. In the event of irritation or skin rash: seek medical advice.
Dispose of this product and its container at a hazardous or special waste collection point. Contains CITRONELLOL, Eucalyptol. May produce an allergic reaction.