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Rua de Barreiros, 74,
4715-166 Nogueira,
Braga, Portugal

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4705-700 Fradelos,
Braga, Portugal


+351 253 257 148 (Seg-Sex: 9h00-19h00) (Chamada para a rede fixa nacional)

Rua de Barreiros, 74,
4715-166 Nogueira,
Braga, Portugal

Rua do Monte de S. Bento, lote 11 e 12,
4705-700 Fradelos,
Braga, Portugal


+351 253 257 148 (Seg-Sex: 9h00-19h00) (Chamada para a rede fixa nacional)
40ml Bio Calming Cream Gel - Pranarom
40ml Bio Calming Cream Gel - Pranarom

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  • Brand: Pranarom
  • Model: MM-GCCP

Aromatic Gel soothing cream soothes itching and relieves irritations such as: insect bites, plants and minor sunburns.

Provides a long-term feeling of intense freshness. This synergy is specific to making the most of the beautiful summer season and enjoying the pleasure of summer nights in complete tranquility.

It can be used from 3 years of age.

Composition: 100% organic essential oils.

It is a vegan product.


Usage advice:

Apply a thin layer to the affected body parts.
Promote penetration with a light massage. For best results, repeat 2-3x day.

Therapeutic indication:

  • Insect and plant bites.
  • Soothe itching.
  • Relieves irritations.
  • Soothes minor sunburns.
  • Provides a lasting sensation of intense freshness.
  • That is, the soothing cream gel is designed to soothe, repair the skin and prevent superinfection.

Apply a thin layer to the body parts in question. Make it penetrate with a light massage. For best results, repeat 2-3x/day.

With 100% organic* essential oils: Aspic Lavender, Field Mint, Curcuma longa, Marjoram with bark + Aloe Vera.
*Ingredient from organic farming (Certisys BE-BIO-01 control) - ECOGARANTIE ® product certified according to ECOGARANTIE specifications (CERTISYS control).

Do not use on pregnant or lactating women. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. Keep out of the reach of children. Store away from any heat source. EXTERNAL USE.





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Comment se protéger des moustiques cet été ?


They are the terror of the summer. The threat that we absolutely seek to avoid: MOSQUITOES! According to World Health Organization estimates, 247 million people fell ill in 2006 and about one million died from mosquito-borne diseases. This figure, as impressive as it is, is not so surprising when you know that there are no less than 3,500 species of mosquitoes in the world.

Mosquitoes are known as troublemakers or nuisances as they leave behind painful stinging and itchy skin. The majority of mosquitoes are not a threat because only some of them bite humans. Some, on the other hand, can be carriers of serious and fatal diseases such as: malaria, dengue fever, zika, chikungunya and the list is still long. As a result, there are many means put in place to eliminate or keep them away.


Chemical insecticides are chemical substances capable of destroying or repelling insects, ticks and mites. They must both control insect pests and be harmless to humans, but are these requirements reconcilable? Unfortunately, they are not.

We have been using these insecticides very heavily since the 1950s-1970s. They have become almost indispensable to most agricultural practices and to the improvement of public health. However, their use is not without drawbacks. These substances have had adverse effects on health and also on other species in our environment.

Currently, the effectiveness of the main chemical insecticide substances used are questioned:

  • Icaridin or Picaridin: very recent substances whose safety data are relative.
  • DEET: Highly controversial for its toxicity and duration of protection.
  • DMP: controversial for its low effectiveness and short duration.
  • EHD: low efficiency and short duration.



Lemongrass essential oil against mosquitoes
Natural insecticides are substances extracted from active ingredients of natural origin with the power to eliminate insects, larvae, ticks and mites. Faced with the failures of conventional treatments against mosquitoes, it was necessary to find a more natural and less invasive alternative.

Different types of natural insecticides have therefore been developed:

  • minerals: fluorine, sulphur, copper
  • organic: nicotine, pyrethrin
  • based on essential oils or components of essential oils: lemongrass, palmarosa, geranium or even citriodiol


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