The Most Complete Mosquito Repellent Product

- Nov 04, 2020-

In the season when mosquitoes begin to wreak havoc, don’t think it’s no big deal to be bitten by a mosquito. After being bitten by a mosquito, it not only makes your body very itchy. What's more frightening is that after being bitten by a mosquito, you may be infected with many diseases, such as dengue fever, malaria, Japanese encephalitis and filariasis. Whether it is a mosquito in the south or a writing in the north, or a mosquito in a foreign country, as long as it is a mosquito, they drink blood and bite without discussing it. This is an untouchable fact. First come to feel the deep malice from mosquitoes:

Mosquito repellent 

Physical mosquito repellent methods: mosquito nets, electric mosquito swatters, lights, ultrasonic mosquito repellents, etc. Chemical mosquito repellent methods: mosquito coil, mosquito repellent, mosquito repellent patch, mosquito repellent bracelet, mosquito repellent, etc. 

The physical mosquito repellent method is the safest, but it is more limited. You can't hide under the mosquito net for 24 hours and you can't get out. You can't carry an electric mosquito swatter with you when you travel or something. Although the chemical repellent method is not the safest, it is by far the most effective and convenient. There is no problem in choosing ingredients and dosages within a reasonable range. In addition, infants under six months of age are not recommended to use chemical mosquito repellent products, or to take physical mosquito repellent methods. 

If you use skin care products or sunscreen products, please apply mosquito repellent products after using skin care products and sunscreen products. 

CDC only recommends deworming products:

DEET 

Also known as DEET. Developed by the U.S. military and applied to the army, it is the most widely used repellent. It has a repellent effect on a variety of stinging insects in various environments. It has been used for civilian use since the 1960s and has anti-sweat, water and friction properties. It is stronger than other repellents. Slightly toxic, children may have allergic reactions, pregnant women should not use it. Mosquito repellent. 

Also known as Yimening, BAAPE, ethyl butylacetamidopropionate, IR3535. Belongs to a broad-spectrum, highly effective insect repellent. Compared with DEET, it has no toxic side effects on the skin and is safer. To achieve the same mosquito repellent effect, the concentration of DEET needs to be twice that of Imonin.

Ecarudin 

Also known as Pacaridin, Icaridin, KBR 3023. Developed by the German chemical company Bayer Pharmaceuticals in 1998, it is another most effective mosquito repellent besides DEET. It has been tested with a variety of beauty products and will not produce adverse chemical reactions.

Lemon Eucalyptus Oil 

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends only one plant-based mosquito repellent product, which is lemon eucalyptus oil (containing lemon eucalyptol PMD. Many vegetable oils, such as cloves, peppermint, geranium, catnip, purple beads, etc., also have Repellent effect, but they are too volatile and need to be applied repeatedly to take effect. Children under 3 years old cannot use lemon eucalyptus. 

China M-Toluic Acid CAS 99-04-7 

China M-Toluic Acid is mainly used to produce highly effective mosquito repellent.