Review: Babyhug Waterproof Natural Mosquito Repellent Patches for Kids and Babies

Review: Babyhug Waterproof Natural Mosquito Repellent Patches for Kids and Babies

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I love this product! This is an awesome mosquito repellent patch, which can be attached to the baby’s or kid’s clothes. There are 24 patches in one packet. There are also packs with only 12 patches, which are just as good if you wish to give that a try. The patches are all natural and DEET (N,N-Diethyl-meta-toluamide) free. DEET is not recommended for babies, and so are the insect repellent products that contain it. 
There are lovely cartoon images on each patch, which makes it attractive for kids. The patches come in a zip lock pack that keeps the anti-mosquito property of the product safe. The patches are organized in groups of two.
 
The patches are great for protection when there are few mosquitos around. It certainly has mosquito repellent qualities! Another good thing is that the smell is pleasant. It is not obnoxious at all, like other available options in the market. The strong smell of citronella is also very reassuring and authentic. 
 
With mosquito carrier diseases on rise, this product is a good and safe option for kids whenever they want to play outside. You can apply a patch not only on their clothes, but you can also apply it on their bags, toys, and other accessories.
              
The fact that this product can be applied on clothes is great, as kids are often irritated when something is put on their skin. The best part is, when you apply the patch, the kid doesn’t need to know! My daughter has a habit of removing anything on her clothing, but with this product, I softly attached the patch on her clothes at the back, and she is not even aware! It is awesome in that way as well.  
I like that the product is waterproof and safe for a baby. It is easy to apply and remove. The mosquito repellent property is good, and the cartoon images makes it attractive. The patches can also be applied on toys, chairs, and even bed side portions. 
I find that the product doesn’t work when there are a lot of mosquitos. I had to apply more patches in those cases. Also, it will be better if the patch is made skin irritant-free as well, because sometimes, accidentally, kids may apply it on the skin as well. It can also be made cheaper. 

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