Anti-Tique Spray

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Effective, 100 % natural insect repellent. Works with the essential oil of lemon eucalyptus. For dogs, humans, horses. Mehr ErfahrenRead more
  • for dog, human, horse
  • natural repellent
  • protection against ticks, mosquitoes, fleas
  • effective
  • bottle made from recycled plastic

 16.50

In stock

Volume: 
100 ml

incl. VAT

 165.00 / l

The ANTI-TIQUE SPRAY protects against ticks and other parasites. The unique herbal formula relies on the effective power of lemon eucalyptus. The essential oil of this eucalyptus tree species native to China contains citriodiol. The active phyto-ingredient is considered the most effective natural repellent: Its scent effectively repels insects without poisoning them. This makes our ANTI-TIQUE SPRAY a trustworthy alternative to chemical concoctions.

The spray is a light emulsion and easily applied to coat and skin. The ingredients are hydrating and non-sticky. ANTI-TIQUE SPRAY is also very suitable for protecting people and horses. For carefree time in nature.

Our bottles are made from recycled plastic produced regionally by a manufacturer in Franconia. Due to short transportation and the use of plastic waste as raw material, we keep environmental pollution as low as possible.

Shelf life: Use within 12 months after opening.

Not suitable for cats.

Active substance: 9,6 g/ 100g Eucalyptus citriodora oil, hydrated, cyclized
BAuA Reg.-Nr.: N-75525

Ingredients

Aqua

Water

Eucalyptus Citriodora Oil Hydrated Cyclized

Citriodiol is a natural active ingredient from the group of repellents used to prevent insect and tick bites. It is an extract obtained from a species of lemon eucalyptus native to China. It is considered the most effective natural means of protection against insects and keeps them away through its scent.

Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride

The mixture of medium-chain fatty acid esters is also known as “neutral oil” or MCT oil (“medium chain triglycerides”). Neutral oil is derived from vegetable oils such as coconut oil. It is used in natural skin care products that need to be absorbed quickly without leaving a film. Neutral oil is the high-quality, sustainable alternative to cheap mineral oils and silicones. It is hypoallergenic.

Glyceryl Citrate/Lactate

Emulsifier based on vegetable oils and lactic or citric acid. The name refers to the components glycerin (glyceryl), citric acid (citrate), lactic acid (lactate), linoleic acid (linoleate) and oleic acid (oleate). In natural cosmetics, the emulsifier is always used when emulsions are to be quickly absorbed and moisturised.

Glyceryl Linoleate/Oleate

Emulsifier based on vegetable oils and lactic or citric acid. The name refers to the components glycerin (glyceryl), citric acid (citrate), lactic acid (lactate), linoleic acid (linoleate) and oleic acid (oleate). In natural cosmetics, the emulsifier is always used when emulsions are to be quickly absorbed and moisturised.

Polyglyceryl-4 Cocoate

Vegetable emulsifier. The name refers to glycerol and fatty acids of coconut oil.

Glyceryl Caprylate

Co-emulsifier derived from various vegetable oils. It supports the skin’s lipid layer and slightly moisturising effect.

Polyglyceryl-3 Caprate

Vegetable emulsifier. The name refers to glycerol and capric acid (fatty acid found in coconut oil, for example).

Xanthan Gum

Xanthan gum is a natural thickener and obtained by fermenting substances containing sugar. Xanthan gum has a moisture-binding effect and is also suitable for sensitive skin.

Sodium Hydroxide

Sodium Hydroxide is a pH value regulator of mineral origin.

Application

ANTI-TIQUE SPRAY is applied to legs, belly, and throat right before going for a walk. It repels insects for up to four hours at a time. Reapplication prolongs the effect.
For dogs that do not like the sound of spraying, spray the product into your palms and massage into your dog’s coat.

Our Recommendation

Three essential products – ANTI-TIQUE SPRAY, TICK TWEEZERS, SILVER SPRAY – conveniently packed in a stylish pouch: Our ANTI-TIQUE SET is your trustworthy companion in the great outdoors.

Ticks: Not Just a Nuisance But a Real Danger

We often believe that ticks are a nuisance of the summer months. Unfortunately, Ticks become active from temperatures of 8 ° C. This means that effective tick protection is essential as early as the end of February.

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