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Insect bite

Your medicine cabinet is not complete without a good insect repellent. Are you going on a trip? Be sure to bring good protection against insects bites and ticks. Besides annoying, an insect or tick bite can also be dangerous! Many travel-related diseases are spread by insects like mosquitoes. For example, an insect bite can cause malaria, dengue fever or yellow fever. You can contract Lyme disease from a tick bite. Prevent nasty and life-threatening diseases and protect yourself and your family optimally against insect and tick bites.



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PREVENT INSECT BITES AND TICK BITES

Care Plus® has been developing effective tools for more than 25 years to prevent and treat insect and tick bites. Our products with DEET protect your skin from head to toe and are suitable for all destinations; both close to home and far away. Prefer a product without DEET? Anti-Insect Natural is a good remedy against mosquitoes, ticks and other insects. It’s based on natural lemon-eucalyptus extracts.

ANTI-MOSQUITO TIPS FOR INSIDE

Do you want to do everything possible to prevent mosquito bites? There are many things you can do to fight against mosquitoes. Keep them away! Switching on the air conditioning can keep mosquitoes out of your room. The Bug Sheet and mosquito net are also handy tools against mosquitoes in your (bed)room.

ANTI-MOSQUITO TIPS FOR OUTSIDE

If you are going outside, cover your skin as much as possible. Wear long trousers, a shirt with long sleeves, closed shoes and socks. Also take a critical look at your immediate surroundings. Make sure there is no stagnant water nearby, such as flooded flower boxes or clogged gutters. Any sitting water should be drained because it forms an ideal habitat for mosquitoes.

FIRST AID FOR INSECT BITES

If you take insufficient anti-mosquito measures, you may be stung or bitten by an insect or a tick. Spider bites and a jellyfish stings can also be very annoying. If this happens you can use one of the Care Plus® products, such as the Venimex, the Click-Away Bite Relief or the Insect Bite Gel.