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24 patches based on citronella: duration 6-8 hours

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Goibi patches based on Citronella

GOIBI patch is an application adhesive with pleasant aroma citric, completely harmless to humans but very unpleasant to insects.

It spreads instantly in an approximate radius of half a meter and for a long time (6-8 h).

How to use:

Goibi patch is easy to use and attached with adhesive to the garment or any surface thus avoiding the contact with the skin and making it, so in an ideal product for children and for people with sensitive skin and hyperactive.

The use of two patches (one to the shoulder) and the other at the waist, is recommended to ensure action throughout the body.

Precautions:

Patch for external use only.

Do not ingest or apply to the skin.

For use in children, apply the patch in areas inaccessible for them to avoid ingestion

If necessary use in children younger than 2 years, please consult your pharmacist or doctor.

Do not use if there are known allergies to any of the ingredients of GOIBI patches.

Do not apply to eyes, mucous membranes and skin healthy or damaged.

Where there is contact with the eyes, wash them with abundant water.

If, after the use of the product notice irritation of the skin or eyes, or if you start coughing, discontinue use immediately.

If you suffer from respiratory diseases including asthma ask medical advice before using GOIBI patch.

If you are pregnant or breast-feeding, ask your doctor before using GOIBI patch.

Ingredients:

Cymbopogon winterianus herb oil (oil of citronella), geraniol, citronellol, limonen, citral, linalool, eugenol

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Customer Reviews of Goibi patches based on Citronella

Alérgica a las picaduras
Cuando llega el verano es imprescindible para nuestra hija que lleve estos parches por ser alérgica.Son muy efectivos
Review by Rafael / (Posted on 08/06/2014)
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