The Hazard of Moz
As much as this video looks and sounds cute, the aftermath of an insect bite can be dangerous and sometimes life-threatening. Whenever I am taking kids out to the park or anywhere outside home, I do not leave without applying mosquito repellent or putting a mosquito patch on them and myself too. Using a mosquito repellent has become a must for everyone nowadays with the danger of Malaria, Dengue and Chikungunya lurking around us constantly all around the year.
There are many mosquito repellent sprays in the market right now. Market is flooded with mosquito repellent wrist bands, patches, oils, sprays, gels and lotions. Some meet their promises and some don’t. Some claim to be DEET free and some don’t.
When I was approached to review MOSKITOSAFE Mosquito Repellant Spray, my first thought was – it won’t be any different. But it is different!
- It claims to be 100% natural, Alcohol-free and DEET-free
- Its composition constitutes of Neem Oil, Citronella Oil and Water
- Smells beautiful, unlike other mosquito repellents
- It’s not oily
- It can be sprayed on clothes as well
- It gets absorbed in 5 seconds and leaves no residue on the skin
- It has a cooling and soothing effect upon spraying
- Doesn’t irritate skin
- It is advised not to spray it on scratches and open wounds
- Doesn’t leave stains on clothes
- The effect stays for 3-4 hours
- Safe to use for all ages
- Price: INR 140 for 100ML spray bottle
- It’s expensive than Odomos, but cheaper than many other mosquito repellent sprays in the market
- It’s affordable though
- The texture of the liquid is very light
- It doesn’t require much rubbing after spraying on the skin
- Quick absorption makes it free from mess
- Don’t forget to wash your hands after rubbing the liquid on skin
- A must have!
Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post, however, PR samples have been provided by the brand for review. All the content is original and opinions are my own. They are not influenced by any external factor or agency.