Subject: Picaridin
From: Paul Taylor <>
Date: Sat, 31 Mar 2007 12:08:51 +1000
Dave Torr wrote:
That review shows Skintastic is DEET based, not Picardin?

Some "Off! Skintastic" products are still DEET-based.  The Picaridin
version appears to be marketed as "Clean Feel", but that may not be
true of the local product.

The best way to tell is to check the active ingredients on the label
carefully:  DEET = diethyltoluamide.


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