Debug Insect Repellent Patch
Summer time is a time meant for outdoor fun, but annoying bugs can make it unbearable to be outside. Introducing Debug Insect Repellent patch, an innovative design that repels mosquitoes and other biting insects up to 48 hours! This Debug transdermal patch gives you ultimate control and security to enjoy the outdoors however you choose. Bring Debug Insect Repellent patch with you on the go!
Debug Insect Repellent Patch Features:
Safe and Effective
- Safe, effective and easily applied in seconds
- Prevents biting insects up to 48 hours
- Undetectable beneath clothing
- Won't wash off or lose effectiveness in water
- Provides protection for children and adults
- Eliminates mess sprays, lotions and creams
- Deet free
Debug Insect Repellent patch is all natural, 100 percent safe and best of all it’s Deet Free. Without Deet this patch is totally harmless to children and pets, yet effectively helps keep mosquitoes and other bothersome insects away for up to 48 hours! Plus, this Debug patch is ultra convenient, you can keep it with you to use any time, any where!
Designed with You in Mind!
We’ve all tried those creams, lotions, sprays! We get little protection, and often have to reapply. By the end of the day we smell horrible, and are full of bits! Now get Debug insect repellent patch and forget about bugs. This Debug patch is honestly the best method for keeping annoying mosquitoes and other bugs from bothering you.
How does it work?
The Debug patch boosts the transdermal absorption of a special formula of thiamins, using a time release technology. Your body then converts these natural thiamins to pheromones, a scent bugs simply can’t stand, providing you with an invisible shield to protect you against insect bites!
Thousands of people nationwide become infected with the West Nile Virus and other insect-related illnesses yearly, due to poor protection! With Debug insect repellent patch, you can guarantee you won’t become one of them!
Why be Deet free?
DEET is a toxic compound, partially absorbed into the bloodstream, and associated with dermal and neurological reactions. Several cases of toxic encephalopathy (brain damage) associated with the use of DEET have been reported in the medical literature. Generalized seizures have also been temporally associated with the use of DEET.