P&G’s Zevo repellents receive Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval
The Good Housekeeping Seal has been active since 1909, and signals the validity and safety of product claims.
All three forms of the newly awarded Zevo On-Body products have passed an extensive assessment by Good Housekeeping’s team of chemists and engineers in the Good Housekeeping Institute labs to ensure the efficacy of the products, according to Zevo brand owner Procter & Gamble (P&G).
“Zevo’s On-Body products have proven to provide complete protection against mosquitos and ticks for up to 8 hours, while also being non-sticky and odourless,” said Birnur Aral, PhD, executive director of the beauty, health and sustainability lab at the Good Housekeeping Institute, who oversaw the technical evaluations on the products.
“We put each product through rigorous evaluations of third-party testing and claim reviews, and found that the products delivered across the board.”
Zevo On-Body provides protection against mosquitos and ticks while being non-greasy and unscented, so people don’t have to bring the smell of bug spray with them as they’re enjoying the outdoors, P&G said.
The On-Body products have joined the rest of the Zevo product lineup, including the Zevo Flying Insect Trap and Zevo Insect Killer Sprays, which earned the Seal in 2017 and 2021, respectively.
“At Zevo, the safety and performance of our products have always been our top priorities,” said Chetan Parekh, vice president & general manager of Zevo at Procter & Gamble.
“We’re thrilled Zevo’s On-Body products are now backed by the Good Housekeeping Seal, which is a true testament to the efficacy of our products and our commitment to protect families against pests.”