Bushman Heavy Duty insect repellent with DEET
Bushman Heavy Duty insect repellent with DEET utilises high concentrations of DEET to ensure protection in the harshest of Australian environments, even with extremely high levels of intense insect activity.
It encompasses all the characteristics expected of a Bushman Repellent product to give you the best protection.
Bushman Heavy Duty insect repellent with DEET is comfortable to wear, with a pleasant odour and is sweat, water and rub resistant.
Available as a convenient 130g aerosol for easy application and full coverage Bushman Heavy Duty with DEET provides 10 hours protection. It is water, sweat and rub resistant, has a pleasant neutral odour and has unique time release protection. All this means you have the best protection from insects and makes it perfect for your next camping, caravan or motorhome holiday and bush walking, bbq’s and more.
- Size: 130g
- Application: Aerosol
- DEET Content: 40%
- Protection: 10 hours insect repellent protection
- Water, seat and rub resistant
- Unique time release insect repellent protection
- Pleasant neutral odour
Does It Smell?
Absolutely not. DEET itself does, but Bushman is formulated so it has a pleasant, neutral smell.
Does It Work?
Yes, very well. We believe Bushman to be the best, please read independent testimonials HERE.
Is it visible?
No, it’s quickly absorbed in the skin and there is no evidence you are wearing a repellent.
Is it suitable for sensitive skin?
Is it expensive?
Bushman is a premium product. All of its ingredients are selected because they are the best, and it is those ingredients that make it work so well. There are certainly cheaper products from alternative brands on the market, some even cost half as much as Bushman. We’re sure Bushman lasts twice as long as such products, and works better for the entire time.
Is DEET dangerous?
No. DEET is considered to be the best repellent, but there are lots of myths and misconceptions about it.
More on DEET as an insect repellent
DEET was developed by the United States Army, following its experience of jungle warfare during World War II.
It entered military use in 1946 and civilian use in 1957. Its long history, combined with the fact that it is the most common active used in insect repellents, mean that it is well proven, well tested and highly effective protection for you.
See more Scientific evidence of DEET’s effectiveness as an insect repellent and medical studies HERE