Goibi Xtreme Mosquito repellent wipes 16 uts

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Fights for 8 hours against mosquitoes that cause tropical diseases

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Description

Most tropical diseases are transmitted by insect bites, since in tropical areas the climate is hot and humid, creating the most appropriate conditions for the life of these insects, which act as vectors transmitting from an infected man to a healthy man the parasites, bacteria or viruses that are the real cause of disease.

Goibi Xtreme products are one of the most suitable treatments to protect the skin for 8 hours on trips to areas with many mosquitoes and high risk of transmission of tropical diseases.The success of its formula is that it contains 45% DEET (diethyltoluamide), a very effective insect repellent active ingredient;

Goibi Xtreme is highly recommended for use in areas at high risk of transmission of tropical diseases such as malaria or yellow fever, and is a very effective method of preventing and avoiding bites from all types of mosquitoes, flies, horseflies and ticks.

Goibi Xtreme Mosquito repellent wipes is a very practical format to use, hygienic and can be carried everywhere. Simply apply it gently to the skin;

Prevents tropical diseases!

Instructions for use

Apply the wipe carefully to all exposed areas of skin. Avoid contact with lips, eyes and mucous membranes.

Composition

Diethyltoluamide 45%(DEET).

Pharmaceutical Advice

Spring and summer are the peak seasons for mosquitoes and their annoying bites. But why do we attract them? The answer lies in three chemical compounds that we generate as humans: lactic acid, the amount of carbon dioxide we exhale and octenol. Our body temperature and odour, which depends on each person's skin microbiota, also work as a lure for these insects.

All these factors are uncontrollable, so, to repel mosquitoes and avoid having to deal with their annoying bites, you can only try to affect the insect's receptors. This is where mosquito repellents come in, popularly known as anti-mosquito repellents, which manage to confuse the insects, preventing them from locating the person they are trying to bite. We can find repellents with a chemical base, such as DEET, icaridin or IR3535®. They are used to avoid insect bites from the common mosquito, tiger mosquito and/or fleas due to their high effectiveness and low toxicity for the skin.

In specific situations (sensitive skin, children, during pregnancy, etc.) some repellents are more suitable than others and it is advisable to consult a healthcare professional. It should be noted that mosquitoes and other insects are vectors of diseases. This is particularly important when travelling to tropical areas with endemic mosquito-borne diseases. In these cases, biocidal repellents should be prioritised because of their greater efficacy.

On the other hand, there are organic or plant-based mosquito repellents, such as citriodiol or citronella oil (the latter is not biocidal and is less effective). Botanical repellents are extracted from plants that produce defensive substances against insect attacks. These active substances are generally present in higher concentrations in some of the botanical species' essential oils (Eucalyptus and Cymbopogon).

Finally, you can take some precautions to minimise insect bites: wearing cotton clothing in discreet colours that cover as much skin as possible and avoiding using perfumes or cosmetics with intense scents. In high-risk areas, use mosquito nets. And, in the event of an intense reaction after a bite or if you feel unwell, you should seek medical attention.

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10/10

Very practical and highly recommended

Kiki F.
2/10

i asked for this I got the spray...

Anonymous A.
6/10

easy to carry

Anonymous A.

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