SantaDerm ParasiteS – Insects Repellent

Walking in nature is everyone's favorite activity. But insects can give a lot of headaches, especially to the parents and the little ones, and can even spoil the most relaxing moments. That's why we created the SantaDerm ParasiteS range with repellents against mosquitoes and ticks, containing an active and natural ingredient, Citriodiol®, made from Eucalyptus oil and Eucalyptus extract.

GOOD TO KNOW: The products DO NOT contain toxic substances!


100 ml.

It is a repellent product used against mosquitoes and ticks that contains an active and natural ingredient, Citriodiol®. It also soothes very fast the itchy sensation and skin irritation caused by insects bites.

The product's effectiveness is between 6 to 8 hours.

It can be used both by adults and children over 3 months old.

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60 ml.

It is a biocidal repellent product against mosquitoes and ticks, ideal for the use of adults and children over 3 months.

The product contains an active and natural ingredient, Citriodiol ®, that is a mixture of cis- and trans-p-menthane-3-diol extracted from a species of eucalyptus (Eucaliptus citriodora).

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30 ml.

Calming Gel for Insects Bites from SantaDerm ParasiteS is a product recommended for soothing and restoring skin integrity affected by insect bites: mosquitoes, ticks, fleas, beetles, bees, wasps, bumble bees, mites, ants, spiders, mites.

It has an antiseptic effect and gives a cool feeling to the affected skin area due to the combination of essential oils of mint, lavender, rosemary, cloves and green tea it contains, as well as Litsea cubeba extract, lemongrass, wintergreen and terpineol.

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What are mosquitoes and why are they dangerous?

Hematopoietic insects are dangerous because they are vectors in the transmission of pathogenic bacteria or viruses.

There are over 3,000 mosquito species worldwide, but only a few hundred are medically important. Mosquitoes that can spread diseases are part of certain species. For example, the West-Nile virus and the Saint Louis encephalitis virus (two of the greatest public health threats) come from the Culex mosquitoes. However, this does not mean that only Culex mosquitoes are capable of transmitting viruses. Until now, it has only occurred that these species are responsible for epidemics.

Why are ticks dangerous?

Ticks are part of the arachnids class, related to spiders and are parasites, feeding on the parasitic organism. Their dimensions may vary, depending on the amount of blood ingested, from the gamma of a needle up to a few millimeters. The color also varies from different shades of brown to red-brown and black.

They can be taken by humans from various animals (dogs, cats), but also from grass. They are most commonly encountered in spring and summer, but the ticks can adapt even when temperatures drop below 0 degrees Celsius, while high temperatures can accelerate their development.

Once they are settled on the body, the ticks tend to migrate to the axillary, groin or hair area. Being in a good place, it introduces the head under the skin and begins to feed on the hosts blood.

Ticks can transmit severe diseases such as Summer Meningo-Encephalitis (FSME) and Lyme Borreliosis. A single sting is sufficient for these diseases to be transmitted to humans if the tick is infected with such a pathogen.