I’m about to do something I never do, at least never on this blog. I haven’t sold out, I’m genuinely bowled over by this product and want everyone to experience the miracle as I have. It’s literally life saving stuff.
If like me you are a veritable feast for the creepy crawlies all around us then read on. This is not a sales pitch* but a testimonial, from one begrudging victim to another, I have never been more pleased with a purchase in my entire life. I was so impressed I contacted Incognito to pass on my glowing review and impulsively offered to become a product ambassador for them, I was that enthused. They unexpectedly took me up on the offer and sent a box full of their various lines, 16 in total, and whilst I passed a few around to other long suffering pals, I am pleased to report they enhance the already magical properties of the PMD oil found in their roll on and sprays, by minimising the amount of body odour that is detectable to critters. From the crystal anti-deodorant to the citronella oil and bath soap, each product is designed to work in synergy with the others, to provide a layering cloaking effect leaving you completely invisible to bloodsuckers of all kinds.
Impressively Incognito also repels many arachnids, like ticks, which, for an avid dog walker and lover of our four legged friends, is a massive bonus, obviously I don’t want to risk Lyme disease but it gives that extra reassurance on top of the regular flea and tick treatment I give to my dog. I simply apply the roll on to my hand and wipe down her fur.
With each new fact I learn, I am even more excited about the potential for its uses, not only is it providing me with 100% protection against bites that I’d suffered with my whole life, to which I reacted very badly, I can use it on my dog, which in turn could bring her vet fees down considerably. When Frida squatted down to wee over an ant’s nest recently she was bitten several times which resulted in oozing lesions. Frantic, as I wasn’t immediately aware of the cause, I emailed the vet some pictures and after identifying them correctly she was prescribed an ointment for £35. I decided to keep an eye on them instead and luckily they resolved themselves after a few days. I started applying the roll on to her then and am pleased to report it was an isolated incident, she has been bite free ever since.
Incognito doesn’t kill bugs as other repellents may do, it just repels them. I’ve seen flying creatures make a bee line for me then swerve at the last minute. I’ve watched them hover around my window, under which I’ve placed an Incognito room freshener, then buzz away completely disinterested by the inviting bright warmth of my abode.
For 3 years I have managed to avoid attacks that would blight and infect my skin, and it was an attack. Once whilst camping I fell asleep with my hand outside the tent and awoke to find it had swelled so I couldn’t move my fingers. It was intensely itchy and painful; I spent the rest of the day pressing crosses into the skin with my nails for some relief. Another time I met with some friends on the green up Brixton hill. I was devoured through my clothes, my entire back bobbled like a mogwai erroneously fed after midnight! A friend had a zap ease contraption that she applied to my back for me but it was a number of days before those welts went down, during which time I could barely sleep, or sweat, without sobbing a little. I’ve since learnt horse flies have saw like jaws instead of individual teeth and I’m convinced this is what caused the carnage that induced an audible gasp in those caring for my back.
When I moved to a house that is not far off from a boggy body of water, I knew I had to take the health of my skin seriously. I love the great outdoors and would live in a tent if I could but have always been somewhat hesitant because of the way nature can turn on me. In the past I have used products containing deet but spent the time consumed with guilt at all the creatures falling like flies, and concerned for the effects long after I’m gone. I took my hunt for an ethical sustainable protection system seriously. I spent varying amounts on products because I reasoned the cost was unimportant, when it was something so crucial to my well-being. I have mosquito guards for my windows but the odd pesky one would still sneak through. I have used cosmetic repellents, essential oils, luxury moisturising repellents, clinical looking and sounding ones but when I chanced upon Incognito my interest was certainly piqued, it contained every single repellent herb and oil I’d ever come across, and it was making some rather bold claims, about how it was 100% effective, for much longer than any other brand, and this whilst being gentle enough to use on 6 month old babies. I reasoned Ocado wouldn’t stock snake oil, not if their commitment to trading standards is worth anything. At around £8 it’s on the reasonable end of the scale too. It absolutely did not disappoint and they found a loyal customer for life in me.
As if I needed any more convincing, their new suncream insect repellent is such a useful product when under the sun: it has broad spectrum protection SPF30.
The secret process has long been a thorn in the side of big pharma who are predictably resistant to the concept of an ethical multi use product that would bite into their profits. Just look at any seller’s comments sections for the 1 star reviews, claims such as that they didn’t know incense sticks could set fire to plants, as though that is the fault of the product and not the end user. I’ve used Incognito’s incense sticks for 3 years and never run into any problems, because I understand fire safety and do not leave flammable items unattended. Reviews such as these bring the overall ratings down and it is not a massive stretch to consider they might be malicious. If anything it makes me even more determined to help Incognito succeed.
In a world that is rapidly changing so that we the people will no longer stand for the planet destroying endeavours of corporations just in it for themselves, Incognito shines a beacon for the way ahead. It uses sugar cane packaging for its products, and is committed to clean energy, not just in the production but the running of its offices and transportation systems. I highly recommend you check them out and get yourself the protection you deserve against what seems to me, increasingly hostile and hench bugs. The changing weather is bound to have an effect. PMD oil has also been shown to kill some coronaviruses and is currently being tested against SARS-COV-2 and whilst the results are still pending, it doesn’t hurt to use it as a hand-sanitiser as well.
Keep an eye out for the 15% sale coming soon to their website!
*I have not received any payment for this asides from the samples pictured