Can you take insect repellent on a plane?
Can you take insect repellent on a plane? Absolutely! Our insect repellents are a great travel companion and are available in a handy 100mL size so you can keep it in your carry-on bag. Unlike many other repellents, Good Riddance is a cream and not an aerosol so this makes it even easier and safer to travel with.
It’s important to take insect repellent when you travel and apply regularly. It will stop your holiday being ruined by itchy, painful bites and protect against insect-borne diseases.
We’re lucky that mosquito-borne diseases like Malaria aren’t prevalent in Australia, but there are some areas of the world where they are a major concern.
If you’re travelling to a tropical or subtropical developing country, it’s worth taking the time to think about mosquito safety. Conditions such as malaria, dengue fever, Ross River virus and Zika virus are transmitted by insects and can make you very unwell.
We’d also recommend you wear insect repellent while flying. Mosquitos can absolutely end up in planes and there’s nothing worse than spending a long flight being bitten by an elusive bug. Luckily Good Riddance smells so great, no one will even know you're wearing a repellent!