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Craghoppers to Support Malaria Awareness Day with 20% discount

World Malaria Day took place yesterday raising awareness of the disease that kills thousands each year. In the past year knowledge of the disease has increased due to celebrity Cheryl Cole and footballer Didier Drogba contracting the disease.

The aim of campaign is “towards malaria control and elimination and to renew efforts towards achieving the target of zero malaria deaths by 2015.” If your travelling into a Malariaous zone you need to be take Malaria tablets, however the chance of a bit can be reduced by using insect repellent and also clothing.

Craghappers are know for their NosiLife range which can reduce bites by 80-90%, and best of all NosiLife is permanent and lasts a lifetime. You can get a 20% discount on any product from the Nosi and NosiLife SS11 range. use the code CE37 when ordering. Must end 02/05/2011. Head over to Craghoppers to use.

For more information about World Malaria Awareness day see and if your traveling into a Malarious zone please contact you local travel clinic at your doctors for information on how you get protected.

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Lifesystems Release Slow Release Insect Repellent

If your planning a trip away and looking over insect repellent options then new to the market is a slow release DETT based repellent from Lifesystems. Marketed as the the longest lasting repellent available it’s been developed with 3M.

The cream is specially formulated cream to slow the evaporation of the DEET from your skin, so you stay protected for longer. Protection lasts for up to 12 hours and repels all sorts of bugs from mosquitoes, midges, horseflies, sandflies, gnats, fleas and ticks.


Expedition Endurance Insect Repellent


The bottle comes in 60ml tube which means it’s allowed in your hand luggage on a plane. You pick up the new Expedition Endurance insect repellent from Cotsworld Outdoor for £9.00