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8 Most popular repellents

8 Most popular repellents

Especially during the hottest months of the year, repellents are essential to protect your skin from mosquito bites. To help you choose the best option, we have selected the 8 most popular repellents available on the Netfarma website. Extreme Spray Repellent Exposis Extreme Spray - Photo: Disclosure / Netfarma

Exposis Extreme Spray has 25% Icaridina, ideal concentration for 100% protection and greater concentration in the spray package to compensate loss in application. Icaridina has a long-acting action and repels all insects that transmit diseases, including the dengue mosquito. The component is non-toxic, non-irritating to the skin and can be used in children over 2 years of age.

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Exposure Gel Repellent

Exposure Gel Repellent - Photo : Disclosure / Netfarma

Expoisi offers 100% protection against disease-transmitting insects.

Repellent Exposis Spray

Exposure Spray Repellent - Photo: Disclosure / Netfarma

Exposure Gel has 20% Icaridina, ideal composition percentage for 100% effective protection

Exposis has 100% protection against insects that cause diseases, including the dengue mosquito. This is because it has the concentration of 25% of Icaridina in its composition. The component is non-toxic, non-irritating to the skin, can be used in children over 2 years of age and can also be used together with sunscreens as there is no interaction between the active ingredients. of the Repellent Exposis Spray

Repellent Exposis Infantil Gel

Repellent Exposis Infantil Gel - Photo: Disclosure / Netfarma

Dermatologically tested, The Children's Exposis is suitable for children from 6 months. It prevents insect diseases and provides protection for up to 10 hours on exposed skin.

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Repellent Repellent Soft Aerosol Fragrance

Repellent Repellent Soft Fragrance Aerosol - Photo: Disclosure / Netfarma

Repelex Aerosol protects you against insects leaving a pleasant scent. Its practical shape facilitates the application and its non-greasy formula has quick absorption and does not leave the skin greasy after the application.

Repellent SBP Advanced Spray

Repellent SBP Advanced Spray - Photo: Disclosure / Netfarma

Long-lasting spray repellent with icaridina in its formula. It offers protection against flying insects, including the mosquito that transmits dengue, zika and chikungunya. It is water-based, fragrance-free and dermatologically tested. Can be used by the whole family including children from 6 months. Repex Kids Repellent Gel

Repellent Repellent Kids Gel - Photo: Disclosure / Netfarma

The repellent Kids Repellent with new scent, offers protection of insects for children. Johnson's Baby Repellent

Johnson's Baby Repellent

Johnson's Baby Repellent

Johnson's Baby Repellent Anti-mosquito Repellent

Johnson's Baby Repellent Antimosquito is safe and effective for babies 6 months or older. This is because it is the only one with non-toxic formulation. In addition, its non-alcoholic formula does not dry out the baby's delicate skin, it is dermatologically tested and repels mosquitoes, mosquitoes, snails and other insects for up to 4 hours.Check out the price of Johnson's Baby Repellent Anti-Mosquito Lotion

Cellulite grades 3 and 4: what treatments are available?

Cellulite grades 3 and 4: what treatments are available?

Cellulite, also known as gynoid lipodystrophy, is a problem that interferes with the appearance of skin, especially of women, and can be classified in degrees according to with its evolution and skin aspects. It is common to see degrees 1 to 4 for cellulite. Look at each of them: Grade 1: cellulite appears if the tissue is compressed or there is contraction of the muscles, there is no pain Grade 2: changes in the tissue are visible without compression or muscle contraction, only in the inspection, there is a small picture of pain and loss of temperature in the region Grade 3: cellulite is visible in any position, the skin looks like a "bag of nuts", there is great pain in the region to touch and great loss of temperature also Grade 4: the frame is equal to grade 3, however the nodules in the region and the changes are more palpable and visually more pronounced, as well as more painful.


PMMA: understand the pros and cons of this type of filling

PMMA: understand the pros and cons of this type of filling

PMMA is an acronym for polymethylmethacrylate and is a material that fills tissue volumes, used in fills that alter some body shapes, a procedure called by some bioplasty professionals. It is a type of plastic, presented in a microsphere format. However, its use receives a number of caveats. It has typically been used for body and facial fillers, but ideally it should be used in small quantities mainly due to the poor quality of some of its products on the market.