Imagine, one Sunday evening, you are sitting in your balcony, sipping a cup of hot tea, gazing at the sky and suddenly the mosquitoes flock together with their buzzing sound. How well is a nice calm Sunday moment ruined! We are in the month of April and also on high-alert with the first widespread long-duration heat wave of the year. With this, there will be a lot of unexpected guests or we should say pests following us everywhere we go this summer. Yes, the mosquitoes! The warm weather in fact keeps the mosquitoes alive for longer and this menace is predicted to only get worst.
A small bite, as they say, is enough to give us a big threat to life with dreadful diseases like Dengue, Malaria & Chikungunya. We are here to give you some tips to help you understand how to get rid of mosquitoes:
While, all of this may sound a bit taxing, these have been proved to be helpful by researchers. The mosquito-borne diseases like Dengue have claimed a lot of lives in the recent past and the only way to stay safe is by preventing these pesky pests. The easiest way to go is the Goodknight way. Here are some of the products that will be handy for you when you are venturing out:
1. Goodknight patches: Specially designed for babies to keep them protected from mosquitoes for at least 8 hours. Goodknight patches is certified by paediatricians.
2. Goodknight Cool Gel: This non-sticky cool gel with a pleasant fragrance absorbs easily in your skin and is a great mosquito killer. Goodknight Cool Gel can be used for babies older than 2 months.
When you are indoors, use the Goodknight Gold Flash System, it is one of our most trusted products. It is absolutely safe for kids and ensures low energy consumption and of course, drives the mosquitoes away.
You can also spray the Goodknight Power Shots, a mosquito spray which will knock them down instantly.
A detailed explanation of how to be safe indoors and outdoors with Goodknight is mentioned in our article – “How To Control Mosquitoes In-house And Outdoors?” Do follow these steps to prevent any fatalities…after all, prevention is better than cure