Mosquito bites can be one of the biggest banes of people's lives during warmer weather. Mosquito bites can be itchy and uncomfortable. Mosquito bites can also transmit serious diseases such as Zika, West Nile virus, and many others. Mosquito bites can also give you malaria, chikungunya, dengue and many more serious diseases.
When a female mosquito bites, she is feeding on the blood of the host. The blood contains necessary proteins and nutrients for her reproductive purposes. But in this process, it can transmit dangerous viruses to the host. As we all know that prevention is better than cure. So to prevent mosquito bites, it is advisable to use a mosquito repellent spray to protect yourself and your loved ones.
Choosing an effective mosquito repellent can help prevent bites. It can also save individuals from the irritation of a bite, and protect them against mosquito-transmitted illness. With so many mosquito repellents available, it can be tricky to make a good decision.
The length of time a product is effective in preventing mosquito bites. This is one of the first things to look for in a repellent. Looking at the labels is a good way to determine which mosquito repellent spray will be most effective. If the active ingredients make up a high percentage of the ingredients, it is usually more effective. But more effective doesn’t mean that it is ‘safe’ to use.
The safest mosquito repellents are those that are DEET free and alcohol-free. But not all bug sprays are DEET and alcohol-free. Most of the mosquito repellent sprays available on the market have harmful chemicals like DEET. Using chemical sprays can be very effective in the short run. But using these mosquito repellent sprays with chemicals, in the long run, can be very toxic.
DEET is a synthetic chemical that has been used in insect repellents for more than 50 years. But according to many studies, it is proved that DEET has a bad rap. It has toxic effects when used at high concentrations or ingested. DEET also has a very strong chemical like smell. DEET also melts plastic upon contact. Using such chemicals on the skin can have very hazardous effects in future. This has prompted consumers to seek DEET free alternatives.
You may choose a DEET free mosquito repellent spray like MoskitoSafe.
Moskito Safe is a Natural Alcohol & DEET Free Mosquito Repellent Spray. MoskitoSafe is enriched with natural Citronella and Neem oil. It is absolutely safe for the skin. It can be used regularly and is the best choice one can make to keep away from mosquito-borne diseases. MoskitoSafe is tried and tested that effectively avoids mosquitoes for up to 3-4 hours.
Protect yourself and your loved ones from mosquito bites and harmful diseases like dengue, malaria, and chikungunya with a good repellent. Stay safe with MoskitoSafe.
This was first published in Jan 2018 on Safetykart.com