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harmful chemicals in mosquito repellent | ehow - most popular japanese skin care products

by:NOX BELLCOW     2019-11-13
harmful chemicals in mosquito repellent | ehow  -  most popular japanese skin care products
When used in accordance with the instructions, insect repellent can reduce the impact of mosquitoes and other biting insects, and can even help prevent certain insects --
Infectious diseases such as malaria and West Nile virus.
Insect repellent may be harmful if used improperly.
We will consider the most popular active ingredients and their potential risks in today's insect repellent.
DEET is one of the most widely used chemicals as mosquito repellent.
Although a lower concentration of DEET is considered safe, DEET produces skin irritation when the concentration is greater than 50%.
Eye irritation is also common.
DEET also penetrates the skin, affecting the central nervous system in rare cases.
In some people, there have been vague speaking, confusion and seizures.
These symptoms are usually long
Excessive exposure or improper use.
Per is another insect repellent for handling clothing and other items such as tents, sleeping bags and other equipment made of fabric.
It causes eye irritation.
Although the chemicals to be pesticides will directly affect the nervous system of insects, it is not sure how these chemicals will affect human beings, so pay attention to following these instructions.
The Environmental Protection Agency also classified chlorhexyl ester as "potentially carcinogenic to humans if ingested ". P-menthane-3,8-
Diol may have some related health hazards.
The Environmental Protection Agency found that,
Long-term skin exposure can cause minor kidney damage and redness of the skin.
The Canadian Pest Management regulator said a study foundmenthane-3,8-
Diol may cause genetic damage.
California pesticide regulatory authority 2007-
6 indicates that liver tumor and liver necrosis may increase in toxicity studies in rats and mice, and EPA has cleared mectolon when used properly, and is considered safe.
A variety of natural extracts and essential oils are used to reduce mosquito damage, including lemon, eucalyptus, citronella, lemon grass, mint, geranium, casters, cinnamon, rosemary, Cedar, soy, coconut or palm.
While these products are generally considered safe and largely unregulated, allergic reactions may occur.
Test these products by applying a small amount of samples on the skin and observe any reactions before they are widely used.
Some of the inactive ingredients in the repellent formula, including solvents and dilutions like ethanol, can also cause adverse reactions.
Children in particular are vulnerable to injuries due to swallowing or excessive exposure.
All insect repellent should be kept away from children.
If used properly, insect repellent is a very effective way to control mosquitoes.
These simple rules will help you to use them most effectively.
Be sure to follow the instructions carefully.
Be careful when using an air mist pump or spray, especially in a closed area.
Do not apply insect repellent to the hands of children who may put insect repellent in their mouths.
Also, do not apply insect repellent under clothes.
Wash any clothes that apply insect repellent before wearing it again.
Once inside the room, wash all treated skin with soap and water.
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