Diva

Don't Bite Me

20-Patches

£17.50

DEET-free and safe for children, these revolutionary Don’t Bite Me! transdermal insect repellent patches contain ingredients that are absorbed into the bloodstream to deter mosquitoes, ticks, chiggers, gnats, sand fleas.

Perfect for holidays in sunny climes, these clever transdermal patches insect repellent patches contain no DEET, are waterproof, and remain effective for 26 hours. Each ones contains active ingredients Vitamin B1 (Thiamine Hydrochloride) and Aloe Vera, within a pressure-sensitive, latex-free acrylic adhesive, that when applied to a dry, hairless part of the body, are absorbed into the bloodstream to reduce the human odour that attracts mosquitoes, ticks, chiggers, gnats, sand fleas.

Apply one patch to a clean, dry, hairless area two hours before exposure to biting insects. An additional patch may be needed if your weight is over 200 pounds and when travelling to heavily infested areas, smoking cigarettes or drinking alcohol.

Product Code: DVA0002

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