Insect bites and stings are an inevitable summer hazard, both in the UK and when we travel abroad. When a blood-sucking insect, such as a mosquito or midge, bites your skin you will have an immune system response to the insect’s saliva which causes that infuriating itching sensation.
NatraSan’s natural antibacterial First Aid Spray contains the body’s own biocide and healing agent, hypochlorous acid, which will help soothe the itch associated with insect bites.
How does NatraSan antibacterial spray help with insect bite relief?
NatraSan First Aid Spray contains hypochlorous acid which is a mild, yet incredibly effective, natural antibacterial insect bite relief treatment. Hypochlorous is so effective that it is used in hospitals around the world as a wound antiseptic and to prevent infection.
Because they cause us to scratch them, insect bites are prone to infection by surface bacteria, so as well as providing insect bite relief, NatraSan is also incredibly effective for germ protection as it kills 99.9999% of harmful bacteria, viruses, mould and fungi in seconds, but what does this actually mean?
If there were 1 million bacteria present then a regular product (which is 99.9% effective at killing bacteria) will leave 1,000 bacteria still alive in the right conditions, the remaining bacteria are capable of replicating to the same quantity within 2 hours. Because NatraSan kills 99.9999% of harmful bacteria it will leave just 0-1 of 1 million bacteria still alive.
Directions for using natural antibacterial NatraSan
Simply spray NatraSan First Aid liberally onto insect bites to beat the itch. Spraying NatraSan three times a day will help prevent infection and stimulate the healing process.
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If you would like any advice on using NatraSan First Aid Spray as an effective insect bite relief and to prevent infection or if you would like to place your order over the phone, we’re happy to help you and are available during standard office hours, Monday – Friday from 9:00am to 5:30pm on 01903 893990 or Freephone 0800 707 6883.