While many repellents are easily diluted or rinsed off with swimming or perspiration, the wristband just keeps working, up to 120 hours. It’s packaged in an innovative reusable plastic “pod” which can be used to store the wristband and can be sealed between uses to preserve the active life of the product.
The vapors from the plastic BugBand wristband form a protective shield around the immediate area, keeping insects a safe distance away. While many repellents are easily diluted or rinsed off with swimming or perspiration, the wristband just keeps working, up to 120 hours. It’s packaged in an innovative reusable plastic “pod” to store the wristband and it can be sealed between uses to preserve the active life of the product.
The plastic wristband is designed with a patented break-away strap that snaps if it becomes entangled. It can also be worn on belt loops, hatbands, pet collars, fastened in tents, attached to baby carriages or applied to other areas where insects could be a problem.
Bug Band Insect Repellent Wrist Band Travel Video
About Active Ingredients Geraniol
Savvy folks have been planting geraniums in their window boxes for centuries, using the natural properties of the flowers to repel bugs. Today, the hard data exists that proves that the use of geraniums is more than a tradition passed down from generation to generation. Geraniol, a powerful ingredient extracted from geranium oil through a unique refining process, does indeed provide a natural – and extremely effective – insect repellent. Geraniol is an effective plant based mosquito repellent. Geraniol is found naturally in rose oil and palmarosa oil and has a roselike scent. Because of the rose like scent of Geraniol, it is commonly used in perfumes. Also, Geraniol is used as a flavoring in flavors such as raspberry, apple, grapefruit, lemon and more.
The everyday geranium plants we grow in our gardens and flowerpots contain geranium oil, although only at low levels. Geranium plants earmarked for commercial oil production have been bred and refined over the years, and are currently grown in Nepal and other Southeast Asian countries.
Directions for Use
Remove plastic case carefully Remove band from undersealed plastic case. Loop band on wrist, ankle, belt loop or backpack. Place the tip with arrow through hole. Adjust to wear loosely around your wrist or ankle to allow for air flow. May be placed on table, bedpost or any other object indoors and outdoors. For children under the age of three avoid direct skin contact and instead place on stroller, walkers, carriers or attach to clothing.