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Smidge insect repellent 75ml pump spray

Smidge insect repellent 75ml pump spray

Smidge insect repellent comes in a practical, robust and lightweight 75ml aluminium pump spray.


Thanks to its novel, water and sweat resisting formula it provides powerful, immediate protection for up to 8 hours without re-application.


Why use Smidge?


It stops midges finding you:
The active ingredient in Smidge (Picaridin, also known as Saltidin) has been molecularly designed to effectively block the antennal receptors of biting insects, and it throws them off your scent.


It makes you a less appetising target:
As you Smidge up, you’ll notice the pleasant fragrance and appealing moisturising qualities, but both are deterrents to landing midges or mosquitoes.


Effective, Safe Protection
Smidge works against a broad spectrum of biting pests, including mosquitoes and ticks. In fact Smidge provides up to 8 hours protection against all of these biting beasties:

  • Biting Midges - Biting nuisances that can occasionally cause nasty allergic reactions to their bites.
  • Mosquitoes - Multiple species, responsible for transmitting a variety of disease to humans including malaria , Dengue fever, Yellow fever & Zika virus.
  • Ticks - Nasty bites if not removed quickly and can be infected with bacteria causing Lyme disease.
  • Horse flies - Extremely painful bites.
  • Fleas - Itchy bites, that can become infected.  On rare occasions can carry diseases such as typhus.


Key features include:

  • Powerful, water- and sweat-resistant protection for up to 8 hours
  • Protects against biting insects including midges, mosquitoes, horse flies, fleas & ticks.
  • DEET-free: contains 20% Picaridn (also known as Saltidin), recommended by WHO, Health Protection Scotland and Public Health England for effective biting-insect protection.
  • Safe for adults, pregnant women and especially good for use with young children (from 2 years).
  • Non-sticky, moisturising formulation with a pleasant fragrance.
  • Alcohol-free
  • Developed and tested in Scotland under the harshest of conditions
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