ODOMOS


This was the first mosquito repellent cream introduced in India. It had a peculiar peppermint like smell and the cream was to be applied on the body..

Only Odomos gives you sure 2-way protection from mosquito bites...

lets you enjoy a good night's sleep.
Odomos protects you like no other mosquito repellent can:
1.Its smell keeps mosquitoes away.
2.Its unique ingredient shields your skins against mosquitoes-all through the night.

NO wonder,Odomos is the largest selling mosquito repellent in india today.

Get odomos before the mosquitoes get you!
It's safe,for a baby's tender skin.
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About Guna

I mostly write technical aspects and not much into creative writing. For the past decade I worked along with top notch SEO Internet Marketing professionals which naturally lured me into the world of Search Engines. When I am not writing I read from comics to philosophy. Antiques, Fishing, hunting are my passions.

9 comments :

  1. Odomos is the real deal, It's great.
    I lived in Trinidad and Tobago, serious tropical mosquito country and I can handle mosquito bites having grown up there but my one year old daughter is from the US and was never bitten before I gave her Odomos and it was game over lights out for the mosquitoes.
    At 5:30pm just before the sun went down I rubbed her down in Odomos and she was never bitten, especially since she was bite wridden from her Barbados visit. I recommend this product to anyone.
    Its great trust me.

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  2. Interesting.. It is better than the smoking coils..

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  3. my 12 weeks old baby use to wake up crying because of mosquitoe bites which also led to fever,my padetric advised me to use odomos,and belive me my baby has a sound sleep,and at the same time it is safe for the babies sensetive skin........

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  4. hi, we take strong objection to your promotion of a product intended for mass murder of mosquitoes. we support mosquito rights and seek to put an end to the selective killing of female mosquitoes and the destruction of their natural habitats, often with the encouragement of governments.

    please see http://www.facebook.com/pages/Mosquitoes-have-Rights-too/158109204229718?v=wall

    we call upon you to remove this post and tender an apology to us. you are also required to desist from posting anything that shows mosquitoes in a bad light or promotes a product which harms them.

    People for Ethical Treatment of Mosquitoes.

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  5. That is interesting.. I am not promoting a product here. It is the classic magazine ad I am sharing with others.

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  6. Dear Mr. Guna,

    While on the face of it, you are not advertising a product, you are reproducing advertisements, which indirectly has the effect of advertisement. Thus, indirectly you are promoting the killing of innocent mosquitoes which is a gross violation of their inherent rights.

    We view this matter seriously and unless you withdraw the post and apologise and make a donation to The Mosquito Welfare Fund (a part of which will be used to sterilise mosquitoes without any colour discrimination), we will take stern action against you. The action may include, but not be limited to, initiating legal proceedings against you, holding demonstrations against you, circulating your pictures on facebook demanding your killing by mosquito lovers, etc.

    I issue my final call on you to mend your ways. Mosquito rights is a matter of grave concern and I hope you will cooperate.

    People for Ethical Treatment of Mosquitos

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  7. We have been discussing your actions here. Please read to understand the extend and heinousness of your offence

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Mosquitoes-have-Rights-too/158109204229718?v=wall

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  8. "We view this matter seriously and unless you withdraw the post and apologise and make a donation to The Mosquito Welfare Fund (a part of which will be used to sterilise mosquitoes without any colour discrimination), we will take stern action against you. The action may include, but not be limited to, initiating legal proceedings against you, holding demonstrations against you, circulating your pictures on facebook demanding your killing by mosquito lovers, etc."

    Why don't you take action against odomos instead of bragging here. And you ask for a donation? As you see my intention is not to make money from showing this classic ad. You may take any action and stop posting comments here.

    Thanks for the link at FB even though you have only 18 fans :-)

    Thanks

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  9. No point talking to selfish people. :( weep... weep... weep (hope this final killer environmentalist argument helps in convincing you)

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