Avoid hideous mosquito bites in and outside the home. It's easy! You can get more Vitamin B1 and ward off mosquitoes with our all-natural mosquito repellent patches.
Have you run out of options to avoid itchy bites? Are you worried about getting malaria or the Zika virus when travelling to hotspots? Chances are you have used sprays, lit candles, and rubbed lotions on your body. Yet you still suffer from mozzie bites.
It is time to take action in the natural way. Mozzie Patches are a DEET-free mosquito repellent. They are the healthy option, because they give you an extra dose of Vitamin B1 while keeping mozzies at bay without chemicals.
Use our 100% healthy mosquito patches instead of DEET mosquito repellents. They are safe to use even if you have medical conditions.
Do you love to unpack exotic destinations, or simple enjoy braaiing in your backyard? Mozzie Patches repel mosquito vectors no matter where you go. But did you know they are 100% natural? Yes, you heard right. These unobtrusive patches are safe to use. You won't have any adverse effects of thiamine.
Did you know mosquitoes find you by smell? They cannot bite you if they cannot find you! Mosquito patches comprise Vitamin B1 (thiamine). They make your blood less inviting by changing the smell on your skin. This repels mosquitoes.
Vitamin B1 has a slight "Marmite" smell to mosquitoes. To hungry mosquitoes, patches must seem an unpleasant experience. A bit like smelly feet or garlic breath! Human noses can't detect the subtle changes, but they are like a billboard for the mosquitoes.
Apply mosquito patches to the skin. They are waterproof, transparent adhesive squares that are easy to wear. The Vitamin B1 is off-putting to mozzies, but you won't smell anything different.
Put on the patches and watch the mosquitoes linger, then turn on their heels (or wings)! Our patches are safe to use anywhere on your body. You can swim, surf, ski, run, walk, and sleep comfortably with your patches.
You can apply your Mozzie Patches to any part of the body. Underneath clothing is often a great option. Enjoy patches for up to 36 hours. Ideally choose a bare part of your skin that is hidden, not easily irritated, and to which the patch can easily stick. For example, choose the forearm instead of the elbow, and the upper thigh instead of the knee.
We refer to Vitamin B1 as Thiamine. Thiamine is essential for normal functions in the human body. It was the first of the B-group vitamins discovered, hence its name.
What are you doing about taking vitamin supplements? Do you have a vitamin deficiency? A dietary supplement can help, and so can our patches! We recommend a daily dose of 1.2 mg in males and 1.2 mg in females. These are healthy daily amounts of thiamin health professionals recommend.
How will I know I have a thiamine deficiency? Alcohol use disorder, surgery complications, and chronic liver disease disorders. These are all telltale signs you are suffering from a thiamine deficiency.
Most individuals are not aware they have a lack of vitamin B1. If your appetite is poor, or you suffer from insomnia, chances are you have a deficiency.
You might experience symptoms of muscle weakness. Ask your doctor about thiamine supplements and how they can help you. If you think you suffer from thiamin deficiency, visit your healthcare provider.
Several organs enjoy healthy doses of Vitamin B1. It handles the efficient function of the nervous system. It is also responsible for efficient energy production and cell metabolism.
Speak to your doctor about your intake of thiamin. What levels of thiamine are good for your health? Is high-dose thiamine the right one for you?
A balanced diet will steer you in the right direction. Food rich in vitamin B1 includes cereals, brown rice, meat products, and legumes. It is time to ditch the white rice and processed foods. Top up on leafy vegetables, egg yolks, green vegetables, and fruit. These are all healthy options. But is the intake from foods enough?
We make our Mozzie Patches from an active form of vitamin B1. This stops mozzies from biting. Prevent mosquito attacks with the healthy option of vitamin B1 patches.