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Good Riddance: Your Ultimate Defence Against Mosquito Invasion

The Content Well < 1 mins read

Following the news that the approaching mosquito season in Queensland is reported to explode in the coming weeks, I would like to introduce you to natural mosquito repellent Good Riddance. The founder and chemist Jeannie is available for comment and advice on the news. She is also an inspirational businesswoman.

We also have case studies who are happy to be interviewed regarding their preference for natural repellent against mosquitoes, particularly those whose children have skin reactions to other available brands.

With the combination of sunny days and predicted showers, this is the ideal breeding condition for mosquitoes, in particular Culex annuilrostris and Aedes notoscriptus - two prominent breeders that respond to rainfall and warm weather. These species can increase the spread of Ross River virus and Barmah Forest virus.

Please contact me for more information, interviews with Jeannie, case studies, or product samples.

Kind regards



Tel: 0421 771 938

Contact details:

Charmaine Prosser

The Content Well


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