TotalSTOP Deet-Free Insect Repellent Spray - 50ml
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TotalSTOP Deet-Free Icaridin Insect Repellent Spray provides long-lasting, 12 hour effective protection from mosquitos and ticks, and 10 hour protection from black flies.
TotalSTOP is not oily, greasy or sticky and will not damage fishing lines, plastic or other synthetic materials. TotalSTOP is approved for use in 40+ countries and utilizes Icaridin as it's active ingredient.
Perfect for the whole family including individuals with skin sensitivities, children 6+ months, pregnant and nursing mothers!
- Safe for Children 6 months+
- Lasts All Day
Ideal For The Whole Family Including
- Children 6 Months or Older
- Pregnant Women
- Nursing Mothers
- Allergy Sufferers
- Individuals with Skin or Scent Sensitivities
Perfect For Outdoor Sports & Activities Like
Children's Sports • Soccer • Get Together's • Family Gatherings • Picnic's • Beach Days • Camping • Boating • Fishing • Hiking • Mountaineering • Photography
Excellent Choice For
Outdoor Enthusiasts • Adventure Seekers • Campers • Hunters • Fishers • Boaters • Kayakers • Runners • Mountain Biking
- Spray on the skin and spread properly.
Note: Avoid eyes and mouth when applying to face. Do not apply on excessively sunburned skin.
Purified water, 1- piperidine carboxylic acid 2 (2- hydroxyethyl) - methyl-propylester, polyethylene glycol 400, denatured ethanol, Dimethycone.
Active ingredients: lcaridin (20%) [206 g/kg (Saltidin®)]
Canadian Registration No.: 34358 Pest Control Products Act (PCPA)
TotalSTOP’s active ingredient Icaridin is recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) as the substance of choice for malaria prophylaxis and is one of the Centres for Disease Control (CDC) Recommended, US EPA-Registered insect repellent active ingredients proven effective in protecting against insects that carry both Lyme disease or the Zika virus.
Icaridin reliably protects against biting insects & ticks carrying pathogens like West Nile Fever, Malaria, Yellow Fever, Dengue Fever, Lime Disease and Meningoencephalitis.