Mosquito Repelle Snap-to-activate Bands
Snappichappi bands combine natural, DEET-free ingredients with advanced technology to deliver an effective long-lasting mosquito repellent.
Natural & non-toxic
Our mosquito repellent is made from Geraniol, extracted from fragrant plant oils
Water resistant & long lasting
snappichappi bands are effective in water and last for up to 30 days, depending on use
High quality & child friendly
The bands are robust and safe for children under ten to use with adult supervision
One size fits all
The band is adjustable and automatically fits to the width of your wrist or ankle
- Simply wear on your wrist or ankle for protection
- Repels mosquitoes for up to 1 month
- Effective within 60cm of band
- No messy sprays or creams
- DEET free and environmentally friendly
- Water resistant
How do the snappichappi mosquito repellent bands work?
snappichappi is created using CelessenceTM, the micro-encapsulation technology. This is where tiny amounts of natural mosquito repellent are surrounded by a soluble film to form small capsules within a uniform, micrometric wall.
These micro-capsules increase the stability and life of the mosquito repellent because the contents are only released once activated.
The technology encased within the band allows the contents to be released over time. Once the band is ‘snapped’, the rate of release is controlled by how often it is aggravated.
How do I activate the band?
Simply snap it from a horizontal, flat band into a curved bracelet that can be worn on your ankle or wrist.
How effective is snappichappi?
The band repels mosquitoes within a 60cm range of the band for up to one month from the initial ‘snap’. Over agitation will release excess repellent and will reduce the length of time the band will be fully effective.
What is the age limit for using snappichappi bands?
snappichappi bands are safe for all ages and children under ten years old can use it under parental supervision.
What is the active ingredient in the repellent?
The repellent is a product called Geraniol.
Did you know?
- Up to 20% of us are unfortunate enough to be extra appealing to mosquitoes.
- People with Type O Blood are twice as likely to be landed on than people with Type A. Type B fall in the middle of the range.
- Carbon Dioxide released during respiration attracts mosquitoes. The larger the individual, the more Carbon Dioxide is released, the more likely the bite.
- Genetic susceptibility, blood type and metabolic variations are all contributing factors.
- Pregnant women are more likely to be bitten.
- Mosquitoes use their saliva to help extract blood whilst biting, leaving behind itchy patches and blisters lasting up to a week.
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