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APAISYL - MOSQUITO REPELLENT - 30 ML

APAISYL - MOSQUITO REPELLENT - 30 ML


Mosquito Repellent Lotion Apaisyl® daily protection effectively repels European and tropical insects to 8 hours: mosquitoes, mosquito tiger (3 hours) and ticks.
It can also help to deter wasps, bees and flies. Dermatologist tested, it is conform with the recommendations of health organizations. It is one of the possible actions to protect against mosquito vectors of malaria, dengue, chikungunya and zika virus.

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4,51 €

150,33 € per l

3401521209267

Availability : In Stock

DESCRIPTION : Mosquito Repellent Lotion Apaisyl® daily protection can be used by adults and children over 12 months, as well as pregnant and lactating women * in areas at risk of severe disease vector-borne (by insects).

* In breastfeeding women, do not apply to the breasts and wash hands before breastfeeding.
USE : Spray all exposed areas of the body (arms, legs and face).
Applied dose is 3g product for an adult by applying either 0,33mg / cm2 skin.
When using sunscreen, apply the repellent after sunscreen.
Do not apply to children's hands.
Do not spray directly on the face but on your hands, then apply the product on the cheeks and forehead.
Then wash your hands.
In children under 3 years, not to exceed 1 application per day, 2 applications per day for children under 10 years and 3 applications per day for adults.
This product may affect plastics.
COMPOSITION : IR3535® (ethyl butylacetylaminopropionate): 20%, excipients (alcohol content 35% v / v).

Contents: 30 ml

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APAISYL - MOSQUITO REPELLENT - 30 ML

APAISYL - MOSQUITO REPELLENT - 30 ML

Mosquito Repellent Lotion Apaisyl® daily protection effectively repels European and tropical insects to 8 hours: mosquitoes, mosquito tiger (3 hours) and ticks.
It can also help to deter wasps, bees and flies. Dermatologist tested, it is conform with the recommendations of health organizations. It is one of the possible actions to protect against mosquito vectors of malaria, dengue, chikungunya and zika virus.

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