how to prevent mosquito without harming them nor yourself!

What’s the first thing that comes to your mind as a concern when you’re out on forests and camps? Mosquitoes, right?

As an important fact you need to know, There are more than 3,500 species of mosquitoes. About 175 of them are found in the United States, with the Anopheles quadrimaculatusCulex pipiens, Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus (Asian tiger mosquito) among the most common. The Anopheles is a malaria carrier, and the other three are known to spread various forms of encephalitis.




Also you knew that only the female Mosquitoes are the ones whom bite?

A female mosquito can drink up to three times its weight in blood. Yet you don’t need to worry, though. It would take about 1.2 million bites to drain all the blood from your body.



But in case you’re too selfish for the blood that the female mosquitoes can suck up you can do something else to prevent them to bit you or your beloved ones! 😉



The Best Wristband that utilizes a non-toxic scent in combination with powerful sonic sound to create a ultimate portable shield against mosquitoes,



a perfect protection for yourself from the dangerous mosquitoes that may ruin most of our days out doors! Just place it on your wrist and go outdoors for a good day! just a one Battery that will last for three months of mosquito protection!



Brandito Wristband is perfectly safe for your use and your beloved ones even the little ones, with non-toxic scent yet could be refreshing to you but definitely annoying to the mosquitoes, annoying enough to build a shield around you, a shield that will be inadvisable to you but so annoying for buys to get mess around you. No option for them!

  • Citronella – Hands down the most effective natural alternative to DEET
  • Peppermint – Refreshing to us, revolting to mosquitoes
  • Lemongrass – Nothing repels a mosquito better than this lemon-citrus scent



Place it close to your ear and you’ll notice a faint buzzing. It’s nearly impossible for humans to hear otherwise. Mosquitoes, on the other hand, will be hearing it for sure!


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