Incognito Anti-Mosquito Spray 100ml | Mosquito Protection.
The Incognito Anti-Mosquito Spray protects you more effectively than Deet (1), yet is 100% natural! It is safe for all the family and works for up to 4 hours.
The active ingredient (PMD) recommended by Public Health England and NHS, and is clinically proven to protect against malaria when used in conjunction with an impregnated mosquito net.
Repels and camouflages you from mosquitoes, midges, sandflies, horseflies, ticks and many more insects. Protects against mosquitoes that carry Zika, Malaria, Dengue and Chikungunya.
This product is fully tested and meets UK safety and efficacy standards.
100% natural and certified organic & sustainably produced. Ethical and Vegan Society approved.
No GM and never tested on animals. The bottle is made from sugarcane plastic which has a positive carbon footprint and is 100% recyclable!
Alcohol, Aqua, PMD rich botanic oil (menthanediol), cinnamomum camphora (camphor) bark oil*, citrus bergamia (bergamot) oil*, linalool*, limonene*, citral*. All blended together in a unique secret process. (*Natural components of the essential oils).
(1) DEET - Wikipedia
N,N-Diethyl-meta-toluamide, also called DEET (/diːt/) or diethyltoluamide, is the most common active ingredient in insect repellents. It is a slightly yellow oil intended to be applied to the skin or to clothing and provides protection against mosquitoes, ticks, fleas, chiggers, leeches and many biting insects.
DEET was developed in 1944 by Samuel Gertler of the United States Department of Agriculture for use by the United States Army, following its experience of jungle warfare during World War II. It was originally tested as a pesticide on farm fields, and entered military use in 1946 and civilian use in 1957. It was used in Vietnam and Southeast Asia.
As a precaution, manufacturers advise that DEET products should not be used under clothing or on damaged skin, and that preparations be washed off after they are no longer needed or between applications. DEET can act as an irritant; in rare cases, it may cause severe epidermal reactions. Other symptoms that can occur are breathing difficulty, burning eyes, or headaches.
Definitely NOT recommended …