Downy Antibac: Making You Less Attractive To Mosquitoes
Tuesday, August 4, 2009
|Mosquitoes need water. Mosquitoes lay their eggs in water. The rainy season literally provides mosquitoes with a large breeding ground so you end up with a lot of mosquitoes. Without standing water, mosquitoes cannot breed. When they have standing water, they reproduce a whole generation about once a week that gives mosquitoes fantastic odds at survival.
Since we have a fishpond in our mini-garden, we end up with a lot of mosquitoes at home so we use an electric gadget that kills mosquitoes. Of course, we don't use it for 24 hours because it's kinda expensive, hahahah. Good thing Procter & Gamble Philippines introduced a new mosquito repellent fabric conditioner at a very affordable price. We really use Downy at home because it adds fragrance to our laundry, makes fabric soft and smooth and makes ironing easier. This Downy Antibac is new for me, I'm glad that I was invited to the Bug-Free Seminar which was organized by Procter & Gamble Philippines last July 31 in Greenhills, San Juan. It was a privilege also to have finally met Jing Lejano, Editor-in-Chief of Good Housekeeping (one of my fave magazines), who served as our guest speaker.
Studies show that mosquitoes are drawn to the smell of sweat. Downy antibac contains a unique fragrance system and an antibacterial ingredient that helps fight the smell of sweat by preventing the growth of malodor causing germs, making you less attractive to mosquitoes. This is really good news in repelling mosquitoes.
Try it now!!!
Thanks to KanKan Lim, Elaine Uy and Toni Alvarez of Yehey! and Ferdie Bondoy of Campaigns and Grey for inviting me!