Saturday, January 7, 2017

Protect Your Loved Ones with Off! Lotion

My little princess just loves the outdoors. Every afternoon, she would insist to water the plants in our garden.

But there are times that I worry that she might get bitten by an insect or a mosquito that could cause mosquito-borne diseases such as Dengue, Zika, Elephantiasis, Malaria, Yellow Fever, and more.  

To prevent such a dreadful fate, I always apply OFF! Lotion on her whenever she goes out to protect her from those pesky insect bites and let her enjoy what she loves doing without any worries.

For those who are unaware, OFF! Lotion is an insect repellent lotion that's been around since I was young. I also remember using it when I was a child, which is why I never suffered from any mosquito-borne diseases and enjoyed my childhood. 

Me applying OFF! Lotion to my child. I make sure to apply the lotion to all exposed areas of the skin.
From the look on my daughter's face, it's obvious that she was getting impatient. Oh, my dear princess, give me just a minute to finish and give you the protection  you need. 

Note: I use OFF! Overtime because of its long hours ( up to 8 hours) of protection and my daughter's skin is also "hiyang" to it. Other variants are also available such as OFF! Kids, OFF! Soft & Scented, and OFF! Clean Feel.
I am proud to say that my children have not suffered from Dengue or other mosquito-borne diseases as of to date, and I refuse to just sit around and wait for it to happen. That's why there's always OFF! Lotion in our house, in my purse, and even in my husband's office so we can get "OFF! protection" any time to prevent insect bites that could cause sickness, skin irritations, and more.  It is also my simple way  to make my family feel loved and protected even when they're outside playing and I'm not there.  

OFF you go, mosquitoes!


 OFF! Lotion  is widely available in leading supermarkets and convenience stores nationwide.

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