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Best Citronelle And Neem Mosquito Repellent Spray
Moz Away mosquito repellent spray is a 100% natural made from citronelle and neem oil with deet free and no side effect to adults, children and babies
Why use Citronelle oil?
Citronelle oil is violating liquid oil derived from dried cultivated grasses. It works on insects without harming and killing them and it has a distinctive odor which make difficult for some insects such as mosquitoes to locate host. Citronelle oil also can be used to repel other insects like black flies, flea and ticks.
Why use Neem oil?
One of the active ingredients ‘azadirachtin’
Characteristics of Moz Away mosquito repellent spray:
• 100% natural plant oil (DEET FREE)
• Long protection hour
• Suitable for indoor and outdoor
• Non greasy, staining and alcohol free
• Safe for baby and children
• Suitable for all skins
• Easy to use and carry especially when you travel
Moz Away mosquito repellent spray is 100% made of natural ingredients, non- greasy, non- alcohol and DEET FREE. MOZ AWAY is specially formulated to pH5.5. It is chemical free and no artificial fragrance and suitable for all skin. It is gentle on all skin and washes off easily. It is safe for children and babies
Direction for use:
Spray onto exposed areas such as arms, legs and face. For face and lower limbs, it is easier to spray on the hands before apply.
Understand why citronella mosquito repellent is good for health:
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Moz Away mosquito repellent spray is a 100% natural made mosquito repellent spray with deet free and no side effect to adults, children and babies. Because it is natural, safe and effective, Moz Away mosquito repellent spray has becoming popular household brand in the market today.
Visit our websites for more details.
English website: http://bestmosquitorepellent.blogspot.com
Chinese website: http://1mosquitorepellent.blogspot.com
Page Updated Last on: Feb 04, 2011