When my kids were affected by dengue in 2005, I felt that I wasnâ€™t protecting them enough. I should have done better as a mom.
When they get well from dengue, I make sure they get all the protection they need from taking the right kind of vitamins and supplement to application of mosquito repellent on their skin. The last one I used stings on the skin. It must be the chemical content of the lotion. I wish there are better alternative to the sticky lotion.
Recently, I came to know about Anion Mosquito Repellent Patch though my mommy blogger friends. I havenâ€™t tried this product yet but with its feature, I know that it can be a better alternative to my old mosquito repellent.
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- Made of high polymer non-weave fabric. Non-toxic and No DEET.
- Uses pure and natural nanometer citronella essential oil.
- Patches are individually-shaped as cute Ainon Babies
- Uses US 3M Sticker that does not fall off easily
- Attaches on clothes, pants, crib, stroller or any material
- Repels mosquitoes and bugs within 1 cubic meter area for more or less 72 hours
- Safe, No harmful side effects
- Convenient to use and bring anywhere (ideal for traveling, outing & camping)
- Peel off the patch from its backing and attach on a clean and dry area of clothing or item.
- Do not stick on the skin.
- After opening, keep unused patches sealed in its resealable pouch to maintain product effectiveness
OTHER AINON PRODUCTS:
AINON BABY WET TISSUE
- 35 sheets of bio-degradable wipes
- Made of woven fabric
- Hypo-allergenic with green tea extract that is safe for babyâ€™s sensitive skin
- Handy & ideal for moms on the go
AINON BABY SUPERFINE COTTON BUDS
- Cottonbuds with superfine tips that is ideal for babiesâ€™ small nostrils, ears & belly buttons; ideal for adults too.
- Safe & eco-friendly â€“ no fluorescent and with paper stems
- Buds do not come off from the stem
- 200pcs / 400 tips per pack
IHappy New Year!!! Hope you still remenber me. You know what, I’ve used Ainon Mosquito Patch and it really worked. But, one thing though abt your blog, Ainon was misspelled to Anion, hehe.