Parents can now go on holiday safe in the knowledge that their little ones are protected from mosquitoes and other nasty insects without exposing them to chemical based repellents like DEET

incognito has launched a new, chemical-free insect repellent spray which is made entirely of natural ingredients and is the only product approved by Trading Standards to be ‘clinically proven to protect against malaria’.

incognito anti-mosquito spray has a new formulation which is Clinically Proven to Protect Against Malaria. It has been fully tested by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, achieving 100% efficacy on all tests against Anopheles gambia (aggressive malarial-carrying African) mosquitoes. The active ingredient has been well researched with the findings published in the BMJ. It works on all insects. There is no stronger insect repellent on the market! It is 100% natural incognito, has a lovely fragrance and is non greasy. It is kind to the wearer and the environment. We give 10% of profits to environmental charities.

Children under six years old and pregnant women are not advised to use DEET-based repellents due to the risk of neurological damage to themselves or their unborn child.

The incognito range of DEET-free natural insect repellents was launched by entrepreneur Howard Carter after he was struck down with both malaria and dengue fever in the space of a year, despite using DEET-based protection.

Howard said: “It is vital that babies and the young are protected against biting or stinging insects especially if there is a risk of malaria as they are more vulnerable to bites. Previously parents had to weigh up the risk of insect bites with the risks of DEET based sprays, which are not recommended for use by children.

“Now parents can protect their children from insect bites with incognito repellent spray which has a fresh pleasant smell, does not stain clothes and is more effective at repelling mosquitoes than traditional DEET-based repellents.”

DEET-based insect repellents have been in use for more than 60 years and during this time some species of mosquito e.g. Anopheles albamanus, have developed a resistance to DEET which is spreading.

The incognito repellent spray is also suitable for most people with skin allergies who are sensitive to chemical-based repellents.

incognito products are ideal for use in tropical regions with a malaria risk but are also great for protecting against bites when holidaying at home or in Europe

Incognito also offer a range of other natural products to keep mosquitoes and other biting insects at bay including sprays, incense sticks, essential oils, other products are available at