Mosquito Repellent Keeps Mums and Babies Safe While Breastfeeding

 
 
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SAN DIEGO - Nov. 21, 2016 - PRLog -- A lot of mothers have made the healthy choice to breastfeed their babies instead of giving them powdered milk. The CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) encourage this practice because of all the health benefits implicit in it.

However, some new mothers "suffer" or panic a little bit when they are outside and they need to breastfeed their babies. The reason why is because they do not want them or their babies to experience a mosquito bite and because they do not desire to wear a mosquito repellent spray.

It is normal for a parent to be over protective of their first child. So they do whatever it takes to make sure their newborns are not at risk.

So what would be a wise insect repellent choice for mothers that dislike using bug sprays and at the same time need to protect themselves and baby against mosquitoes when breastfeeding?

One of the best options would be a mosquito repellent that:

• Works on batteries (no plug in needed)
• Is durable
• Non-toxic
• Is portable

Here you can see an example on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01GCIZDGE

Photo number six gives an idea of how this mosquito repellent keychain can be placed when a baby is around.

The reason for writing this, is to let mothers with newborns know that they can be safe from mosquitoes without applying any sort of chemicals on their skin or their babies skin.

A portable and ultrasonic mosquito repellent is definitely the way to go in these sorts of situations.

For more information please visit: https://www.amazon.com/Tua-Cucina-Mosquito-Repellent-Ultrasonic/dp/B01GCIZDGE

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