The global body worn insect repellent market is expected to rise in response to increasing concerns about the adverse effects of spray repellents and vaporizers on the respiratory system. These products provide protection from skin irritation, dangerous insect bites, and serious infectious illnesses. The surge in product use amongst the travelers, aged people, and newborns is expected to boost expansion of the global body worn insect repellent market.
The rising frequency of viral infections spread by insect bites, such as chikungunya, dengue fever, yellow fever, and malaria amongst others, is expected to increase the usage of body-worn insect repellents as a prophylactic intervention.
Insect repellents placed on the body prevent mosquitoes from smelling perspiration and breath. The rising popularity of the product at the time of outdoor activities including camping, hiking, and traveling amongst others, is expected to boost market growth. Various companies are emphasizing on producing innovative solutions such as body worn stickers and patches, keeping consumer comfort in mind.
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Toxicity of DEET has Shifted Consumer Preference towards Natural and Organic Products
To prevent contact with their mouth and eyes, users avert putting insect repellents on their faces and hands. Eye discomfort, rashes, mild skin responses, and various other side effects are likely to limit development of the global body worn insect repellent market. To reduce exposure to possibly hazardous chemicals, consumers opt for organic insect repellents. As a result, a slew of herbal products have hit the market. Most repellents containing more than 50% DEET are toxic to the human body.
Although DEET retains a significant market share, this is expected to change in the future years as customers shift their preferences towards natural and organic body-worn insect repellent compositions. This is expected to fuel development of the global body worn insect repellent market. Pleasant feel on the skin, p leasing aroma, and vapor action are few of the major commercial aspects of plant-based body worn insect repellents. In addition to that, rising customer concerns about the oily texture as well as discomfort produced by DEET is a key element driving demand for plant-based body-worn insect repellents. Because consumers are increasingly looking for alternatives to DEET, industry participants are concentrating on diversifying their product offerings.