Bushman Plus Personal Insect Repellent Gel 80 Percent 75g
How can using Bushman Insect Repellent Heavy Duty Help me?
Provides 7 hours of protection for the aerosol and up to 12 hours of protection for the gel.
Sweat, water and rub resistant.
Produces pleasant, neutral odour.
Formulated with unique time release protection.
Plus the extra benefit of suncreen protection of SPF 15.
Some people are afraid to explore the outdoors because they worry about insect bites. But this doesn't have to be the case because there are insect Repellent products that serve the sole purpose of providing protection from insect bites. It can be very Helpful to prevent the development of simple skin irritation as well as a variety of insect-bite borne diseases. Some of the life threatening diseases associated with insect bites are malaria, dengue fever, Japanese encephalitis, among many others.
How can I use Bushman Plus Personal Insect Repellent Gel 80 Percent?
Put a small amount of gel into your palm and rub onto all exposed areas.
Do this prior to getting exposed to outdoors.
How can I use Bushman Plus Personal Insect Repellent Aerosol 20 Percent?
Hold the can upright about 15-20 cm. from the exposed skin area.
Lightly spray with a slow sweeping motion.
Spray on hands and rub on face. Do not spray directly onto the face.
Avoid spraying towards the mouth and eyes area.
There is a need to spray on clothing that fits tightly against the body.
Re-apply only when necessary.
Are there any warnings and precautions?
Store in a cool dry place
Keep out of reach and sight of children.
Discontinue use if you experience any irritation.
Not suitable for children under 3 years old.
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Bushmans Plus Gel30.01.2014 ByGordon Shirley This Product is easy to use and effective. Recently I was in Fiji for a few days and had no problems with mosquitoes at all for the first time. I would thoroughly recommend this Product to would-be travellers going to tropical areas.