Natrapel Helps to Keep the Outdoors Friendly
Almost everyone has used insect repellents at one time or another; the outdoors can be made literally uninhabitable when bugs attack. Unfortunately, many insect repellents contain potentially dangerous DEET that may be absorbed through the skin. If the choice seems to be coming down to using repellents with DEET to keep insects away or just staying inside Natrapel may be the perfect answer. Natrapel uses picaridin (similar to black pepper) to repel insects with less chance of skin irritation. DEET-Free 8-Hour Insect Repellent Wipes may help keep away nasty biting bugs like mosquitos and black flies.
Why Fleas and Ticks Are Dangerous
Unfortunately, mosquitos and black flies aren’t the only small predators searching for a meal of blood – there are also fleas and ticks. Natrapel 12-Hour Tick & Insect Repellent does a good job of keeping fleas and ticks at bay, too. Fleas have the capacity to spread diseases to humans, but in most cases, bites will only cause irritation, although they might become infected, too. Ticks, on the other hands, can spread serious illness to people. Natrapel repellent may help to prevent ticks from latching on and injecting their host with bacteria that can cause Lyme disease, tracker dog disease, and Rocky Mountain fever. Keeping ticks at a distance is the best way to avoid these diseases.
Keeping the Whole Family Safe When Outside
Spring, summer, and autumn are great times to be outside – unless there are biting insects and ticks present. Natrapel DEET-Free Insect Repellents may help to keep all members of the family safer when enjoying the outdoors. Because the active ingredient in Natrapel repellents is picaridin, which is similar in structure to piperidine found in black pepper, it may be completely safe for children, and even pregnant women to use. Natrapel makes it easier, and safer, for everyone in the family to enjoy outdoor sports, hiking, or cookouts.