Child Safe Mosquito Repellent | Good Knight

After you get a baby in the house, you are extra careful about everything. It is important to take your baby out in the fresh air.

However, nowadays the environment is not as clean as it was when we were kids. Apart from the pollution, the sadly unclean practices have now provided such favorable conditions for mosquitoes to breed that it’s actually scary to take kids outside.

A mosquito bite can lead to dengue, malaria, chikungunya, lymphatic filariasis, Japanese Encephalitis, zika, yellow fever and many other types of vector borne diseases.

Some of the common mosquito-borne diseases today which are common in India are malaria, dengue, chikungunya, Lymphatic filariasis, Japanese encephalitis. 

And we have always learned that prevention is better than cure. Outdoor mosquito repellents by Good Knight are something that one should not miss. Good Knight is one trusted brand that my parents used when I was a kid. To protect your family when outdoors, you should do at least two things. One, you should always have them apply a personal mosquito repellent such the 100% natural Good knight Fabric Roll-On. Second, you should try and ensure they wear full-sleeved clothing.

Good knight Fabric Roll-On is 100% natural as it’s made of plant-based ingredients such as citronella oil and eucalyptus oil. It gives protection for upto 8 hours. It is available at a store near you. It is also available on e-commerce websites like Big Basket, Amazon, Babyoye and FirstCry. 

Not just that, child safe mosquito repellent is as effective for indoor application. Good knight Cool Gel is simple and easy to use. All you need to do is take some gel on your palm and apply it over arms, legs, neck, face and other exposed skin uniformly. Avoid applying on mouth, lips, eyes and over cuts or wounds.


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