I was gifted a Parakito arm band and two pellets to try.
All views in this are my own – as you will see below!!
I struggled to know how to review it honestly. The “problem” with a product like this is that if it works, you probably won’t notice that it has worked. Which is good in terms of having a simple, effective product, but bad in terms of telling others about it!
I know from working in research that no result can still be a result. No result can inform your later research choices. In an old job of mine where I was a family history researcher, no result meant one of two things:
- The person was outside of the scope of records that my job had access to
- The person existed, but I would have to dig into the obscure archival documents to find evidence
I was trying to work out how to write about Parakito, when I realised that I would be having the same issue with any product that falls into the anti-mozzie realm. If it works, you don’t notice. That actually made me settle on liking Parakito products.
Because this is a preventative product. And if I’m going to use something “not knowing” if it works, then I would prefer that it is natural, rather than rubbing a chemical-laden cocktail into my skin.
Have you used Parakito products? How have you found them?