While the labels of many insect repellents make strong claims, the sad fact is that some products simply don’t work. And by the time you’ve discovered this, you’ve not only parted with your hard earned cash, but you’ve probably been stung in more ways than one.
As a seasoned traveller constantly visiting hot tropical countries, I found that most insect repellents actually attract insects mainly because of their scent. That was why I was particularly keen to try the SPF30 Mineral Suncream Insect Repellent from incognito.
According to incognito, the 75ml mini sized sun cream and insect repellent has an aroma proven to not attract insects. Also the product was developed to contain larger octo-sized particles of zinc and titanium dioxide and is free-from nano-size particles and DEET that harm coral and aquatic wildlife.
Our curiosity was further piqued when told that the incognito three in one solution (it’s also a moisturiser) includes 30 percent oil of lemon eucalyptus, known by its chemical acronym, PMD, an active ingredient proven to offer 100 percent protection against mosquitoes for over 5 hours.
Sceptical yet intrigued I decided to road test the SPF30 Mineral Suncream Insect Repellent over a period of ten days. The result: ten days blissfully free from sun burn and irritating insect bites. Wonderful. It’s not often that a manufactures claim regarding their product can be regarded as statements of fact rather than marketing hyperbole. However, in the case of the SPF30 Mineral Suncream Insect Repellent, I am pleased to report that the cream does exactly what it says on its environmentally friendly sugarcane petroleum-free plastic bottle. After nearly two weeks of use, I was mildly surprised to find that, not only was my skin protected against the recent heatwave we’ve experienced here in France, but I had practically no insect bites whatsoever. As a travel mini, the SPF30 Mineral Suncream Insect Repellent was convenient to carry and apply.
I was also pleased to find that the three in one solution is also free from oxybenzone and octinoxate – which bleach coral – and contains organic aloe vera leaf extract and geranium oil. All of this adds up to an ethically produced sun cream and insect repellent that is both effective and reliable.
For anyone looking for a cream that offers protection against both insects and the sun while moisturising your skin, you need look no further than the highly effective SPF30 Mineral Suncream Insect Repellent. With an RRP of £12.99 for a 75ml tube the SPF30 Mineral Suncream Insect Repellent is worth every penny. Go buy.
Kizzi Nkwocha is the editor of Business Game Changer Magazine and publisher of The UK Newspaper, Money and Finance Magazine, the net’s fastest growing wealth creation publication. Kizzi Nkwocha is chair of The Ethical Publishers Association and co-chair of The Logistics Association. Kizzi made his mark in the UK as a publicist, journalist and social media pioneer. As a widely respected and successful media consultant he has represented a diverse range of clients including the King of Uganda, and Amnesty International. Nkwocha has also become a well-known personality on both radio and television. He has been the focus of a Channel 4 documentary on publicity and has hosted his own talk show, London Line, on Sky TV. He has also produced and presented both radio and TV shows in Cyprus and Spain.