DEET Mosquito Repellent - All Dangers Exposed

MIAMI - Dec. 5, 2016 - PRLog -- It does make a lot of sense to bring along an insect repellent to places where bug bites are expected. However, the most common ingredient used in bug sprays (DEET) carries significant risks.

DEET is a type of diethyl toluamide that has proven effectiveness at preventing mosquito bites. However, this substance is a toxic pesticide and when people apply it on their skin, this can go into their bloodstream causing different types of side effects.

The majority of mosquito repellent companies keep using DEET as their active ingredient regardless of the health problems it may cause.

Studies have shown several times the negative health effects this substance has caused in the past, especially when it is used on a prolonged basis. As an example, one of the studies done at Duke University, brain cell death was found when experimenting with rats.

Even though the mosquito repellent industry is well aware of the consequences of using DEET in their products, that information has never been exposed to the general public. The reason why is the side effects of using DEET is not comparable to the damage or diseases a mosquito bite can cause.

In other words, DEET is not as evil as a mosquito bite which can cause any number of viruses.

From the consumer point of view though, it is much better to stay away from mosquito repellers which have DEET as their active ingredient. Instead, customers should opt for using a safer mosquito repellent that does not require any contact with the skin and that is safe for children, such as this one:

Tua Cucina
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