Incognito delivers a 100% natural insect repellent as strong as any other on the market with a family-safe design across multiple platforms, from spray repellents to moisturisers and body wash.
Not only can insects be a nuisance but some species can carry potentially fatal diseases like dengue and malaria. Incognito are dedicated to providing customers with an effective, 100% natural insect repellent that's as strong as any other on the market, yet safe to use on babies as young as 3 months. Incognito products have been tested to be 100% effective against Zika-carrying mosquitoes as well as performing very well in the prevention of bites from horseflies, sandflies and ticks.
Founded on the principle of fair trade and ethical production, incognito® ensures their every decision, from supply and manufacture to packaging is evaluated from a social or environmental sustainability perspective. In 2015 they received the Queens Award for Sustainable Development. Where possible incognito® products are shipped rather than flown; using minimal packaging e.g. their flagship spray bottles are made from 50% recycled plastic, with the labels printed onto the bottle saving significant amounts of waste. All promotional material is printed on recycled materials with the use of biodegradable, eco-friendly bubble wrap.
Incognito use a fair amount of organic raw materials, which means no insecticides or pesticides. Most of their products are manufactured in the UK. incognito® ingredients are grown in nitrate-free fertilizer soil and no pesticides are used in cultivating the organic Java citronella, organic bergamot and organic geranium. To this end, each incognito® product sold means potentially one less pesticide polluting our planet - currently some synthetic insect repellents not only kill aquatic wildlife but can also damage mammalian brain cells.
As a growing business, incognito® are constantly adapting to new challenges and opportunities, but enshrined in their articles of association is a promise to donate 10% of all profits to charity. Over the years they have been proud to support organisations, big and small, local and global so that their vital work can continue to reach those most in need.