Repellent

Welcome to our Repellent section.

Repellent

Here you can find your protection against any insects. Starting from Insect Repellent for KIDS, to Natural Insect Repellent Spray, you can decide how to be protected and with which product.

Maybe you didn't know about that (I doubt it), but you can prevent the pesky bug bites with a little chemistry. Most of us are familiar with spray-on insect repellent, most commonly called bug spray, which helps keep the bugs away whether we're lounging at the beach, hiking in the woods, or relaxing around a campfire. If you want to prevent bug bites from pests like mosquitoes and fleas, here in New Zealand you have only one option: Ozone Repellent Spray. This is the best way, a proven-to-work method against any pests.

Insect repellents also contribute to the protection of public health by helping to prevent the transmission of viruses that insects can carry, such as the Zika virus, malaria, and West Nile Virus.

How does our spray work?

We have a large variety of Repellent Sprays, designed to prevent bites from mosquitoes, ticks, sandflies, and other biting insects. The effective formula is designed to provide strong protection whilst also moisturizing and soothing your skin. It has been uniquely developed to provide the ultimate shield in the great outdoors.

Here are some benefits of using our Insect Repellent products:

 - Natural insect Repellent with moisturizing, soothing properties enriched with Aloe Vera and Vitam E to nourish your skin

 - Gentle on the skin

 - Immediate protection

 - Protection for up to 6 hours

 - Made in New Zealand

The effective formula for our Ozone Insect Repellent Spray is made with 40% DEET and is designed to provide strong protection whilst also moisturizing and soothing your skin.

What you need to know about DEET and safety:

1. According to the CDC, DEET products used as directed should not be harmful, although in rare cases DEET products can cause skin irritation.

2. The EPA has stated that the “normal use of DEET does not present a health concern to the general population, including children.