Testimonials

Tom L.
“We just bought 4 bottles of Elven Guard and will be using it in Borneo in September. We were given a sample of it last year in Borneo from Rasa Ria in Kota Kinabalu to try and have been very pleased with the product. Once again many thanks.”
Tom L.
Chris Y & Spouse
“My wife and I have had the chance to test the product. She did an unscripted product and placebo test. She used the Elven on her legs whilst gardening but not on her shoulder / back. Result legs – no bites, back – ….bites. I used in going for a run and could sense the bugs darting towards me and at the last moment withdrawing at speed.”
Chris Y & Spouse
Danielle R
“Amazingly useful! I usually get bitten by mozzies in the park no matter what brand I use. This time with Elven Guard, tried applying it early morning, stepped out for my usual walk then forgot to apply in the evening when I walked by the same park. Yet no bites, and for almost 14 hours outdoors too, great product!”
Danielle R
Michael W
“Nice smell and glad it’s natural. Our neighbourhood often sees Dengue. Don’t like to use DEET products anymore after seeing how it melts plastics and now with Zika around, we really need a good alternative like this Elven Guard. Gives us (family with kids) much more confidence outdoors and staying social :)”
Michael W
A. Metcalf
“I have to agree that the product is fantastic. I have noticed that my kids rarely get bitten whilst wearing it.”
A. Metcalf
C. Chan
“Wanted to tell u your Elven Guard is fantastic. Took it to my hubby kampong house in Pontian. Normally the muskies will hang around me. I spray on my arms n a bit on my shoulder. Not even 1 mosky bit me!!”
C. Chan

Elven Guard at the 12th Asia Pacific Congress in Maternal and Fetal Medicine 2016 in Penang

Endorsement in the Gulf News

Bahrain’s Jebet taking part in the 3,000m steeplechase at Stockholm Diamond League in June.

THE Rio-bound Bahrain Olympic delegation is taking all precautions against the threat of Zika virus which has seen top class golf and tennis stars withdraw from the world’s biggest sporting extravaganza to be held in the Brazilian capital from August 5 to 21.

Bahrain Olympic Committee has signed up with Singapore company Amber Laboratories who will supply them with their insect repellent spray ‘Elven Guard’ which is considered the best protection against the Zika virus.

Bahrain is sending its biggest ever contingent – a 30-member squad – to the Olympic Games. Twenty-six Bahrainis have qualified for the Games meeting the Olympic criteria while four others have received wild cards.

Delegation manager Yousif Abdel Qader confirmed that necessary steps have been taken by BOC in cooperation with the Ministry of Health (MOH) to keep the athletes in a safe environment.

“There is no vaccination for the Zika virus up until today. The BOC have agreed a deal with Amber Laboratories as per which they will provide us with their best insect repellent spray,” said Abdel Qader.

American company SC Johnson’s are the official health sponsors of the Rio Games through their ‘OFF’ repellent spray.

Abdel Qader added that Zika was not the only threat they face in Rio as they also consider the yellow fever a huge risk.

“The Bahrain delegation will also be vaccinated for yellow fever as it is as much a threat as the Zika virus,” Abdel Qader added.

The Zika virus is spread by a particular type of mosquitos and is currently wide spread in most South American countries.

“The Singapore company have tested their product in laboratories in London and they will also be providing their sprays to three other teams in Rio,” he said.

Abdel Qader added that each person in the Bahrain delegation has received instructions on how to use the spray.

News quote from Endorsement in the Gulf News