Magenta Pink Mosquito Repellent Bracelet
- Pink Mosquito Repellent Wristband
- Uses 100% Natural Plant Oils
- No Nasty Chemicals – DEET Free
- Protects against mosquitoes that carry Zika, Malaria.
- Wards off other flying insects
- Great fragrance, non-greasy
- Water Resistant Formula
- One size fits all
Are you a magnet for mosquitoes? Do you get bitten as soon as your planes lands? If so, this Insect Repellent Band from Zoom Health could be the solution you are looking for.
These non-toxic, all-natural Mosquito Repellent Bracelets fit both adults and children. They are fun way to keep those annoying mosquitoes away and are great for outdoor or indoor use.
100% Natural, Pink Mosquito Repellent Bracelet
Protect Your Skin Without Chemicals
Because our bands only use natural oils, they have a pleasant smell and do not have that nasty chemical smell that you might find with other products. Our special formula wristbands are suitable for all ages, and designed with sensitive skin in mind.
Super Stretchy – Won’t Fall Off
Zoom Health anti-mosquito bands are fully adjustable and stretchy. Each band fits comfortably on your wrist or ankle without exerting pressure, so you won’t even feel that you are wearing one. They can be used be adults and children of all ages and are also suitable for use as a hair band.
Use for up to 300 hours
No longer will you need to worry about using bug spray, or making sure that the kids have sprayed their skin. Each mosquito repellent bracelet could offer up to 300 hours protection. Just wear one or more wristbands and the protection begins!
The bracelet come with a resealable storage bags to preserve effectiveness when not in use.
Pink Mosquito Repellent Bracelet
Looking for a Pink Mosquito Repellent Bracelet? Then this could be the colour you are looking for. This pink insect repellent band is just the right colour if pink is your thing and you want your bracelet yo match your shirts, shorts, dress or jeans!
Magenta Pink is just one of 7 colours!
Read Our Blog Post
Want to know more? Read our blog post – What Science Has To Say about Avoiding Mosquito Bites