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Keeps Wasp away the natural way


A recent report by the US Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the USA stated that more than twice as many people die from Wasp, Hornet and Bee stings than from Bears, sharks, Snakes and Spiders combined!


WASP GUARD is a natural product that repels wasps without the use of harmful and unappetising chemicals. The small can offers an excellent alternative to traps and poison for business and home use.


WASP GUARD contains a unique combination of natural ingredients and essential oils that effectively keep wasps away. It is completely safe for both children and pets as the ingredients are 100% organic. But WASP GUARD is not only extremely effective, it also offers a pet-friendly alternative to insect traps and other deadly methods. At the same time, it is safe, fast and effective.

WASP GUARD can be used anywhere:

During the holidays

Nothing is more annoying than having your days off under the sun disturbed by unwelcome wasps.

At dinner

If wasps join you at the dining table, it's not only a nuisance, but can also be dangerous.

In the garden

Finally enjoying the good weather and you have company. Protect your children in particular from being stung.

How does WASP GUARD work?

Wasps have a very highly developed sense of smell. Whilst you will find the scent from Wasp Guard both fresh and natural the Wasps will not. In the USA, for example, trials have indicated that Wasps could be extremely effective in “sniffing out” explosives and narcotics and scientists there are actively designing solutions on how to best use this ability. WASP GUARD uses this highly developed sense of smell to simply encourage the Wasp from wanting to be in the same area as WASP GUARD.


During a ten-year period, several combinations of natural ingredients and essential oils were developed, which is pleasant for humans but as unpleasant as possible for wasps. By opening the WASP GUARD container and placing it where needed the wasps would be a nuisance or risk. The scent will be released, and the Wasp’s finely tuned sense of smell will detect it and encourage it to simply move away from the area unharmed to continue its food hunting expedition.


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The environmentally friendly way to keep the air fresh and wasp free

Environmentally friendly Wasp repellent product

We believe that pesticides are not the way to deal with the WASP problem, and this product exemplify this philosophy. Pesticides may prove effective with other pests however, they can also create unforeseen and unwanted consequences. Other control solutions involving zappers and insect “killers” as the name suggests involve killing what is in reality an important link in the eco system.


The WASP GUARD formula contains a combination of natural oils and ingredients that make WASP GUARD both safe to use but also acts as a deterrent by impacting the Wasps ultra-sensitive sense of smell encouraging it to look elsewhere for its food.


In the manufacturing processes of WASP GUARD, special attention is paid to hygiene, efficiency, and mass. The production facilities in Germany also take care of waste recycling and energy efficiency. This innovative approach by WASP GUARD demonstrates a commitment to environmental protection. Because it concerns to all of us.

«WASP GUARD has become a permanent feature of my handbag. It is robust, compact, and portable and most importantly keeps wasps away.»

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CHF 12.90

20g Can

WASP GUARD is available in a very portable and extremely compact container that can be carried in your pocket to be ready to use at any time. WASP GUARD is a unique organic formula for air freshener and wasp repellent. Various insect repellent essential oils produced by steam distillation and cold pressing not only provide a barrier against wasps, but also an invigorating citrus-based fresh air product.

«The true wasps (Vespinae) are a subfamily of the wrinkled wasps (Vespidae). with 61 species worldwide.»

Facts about wasps

It is estimated that there are more than 300 different types of phobias and almost 10% of the world’s population suffers from these. Spheksophobia is one of the more common phobias belonging to this list. Explained simply, Spheksophobia is the persistent fear of wasps. The word is derived from Greek spheco meaning wasps and Phobos the ‘Greek God of fear’ or dread. In Spheksophobia, the sufferer experiences an extreme panic attack at the sight or even thought of wasps. As a result, s/he goes into a “flight or fight” mode which is nothing but nature’s way of preparing the body for danger, in this case, wasps.

The term ‘wasp’ means different things to different people. There are several thousand species of Vespidae (vespid) wasps, a group which contains all of the social wasps (about 800 species), and many more solitary wasps which do not form colonies.
In social wasps, workers (sterile females) have an average lifespan of 12-22 days, drones (fertile males) have a slightly longer lifespan than workers, and queens (fertile females) have an average lifespan of 12 months. An average common or German wasp nest produces between 11 000 and 13 000 workers and from 1000 to 2000 queens a season.
Wasps produce an "alarm pheromone" that stimulates a general state of alarm in the colony and releases aggressive behavior towards an intruder. Rapid wing beats also function as an alarm signal stimulating other wasps to defend the nest.

The principal component of venom is protein — it is the protein that causes allergy reactions in people. Wasps need mainly energy foods i.e. carbohydrates and thus favour nectar and a variety of sweet substances such as fresh and processed fruits.

Researchers for the BBC in 2018 say that wasps are just as ecologically useful as bees. Despised by picnickers, feared for their painful stings - wasps are among the least loved of insects according to the new study. However wasps pollinate flowers as well as killing pests and are just as important to the environment as bees. Wasp Guard deters them from sticking around but does them no harm.


Wasps are extremely beneficial animals. They feed their young on a wide range of invertebrates and in so doing help to control many insect pests. They also visit flowers and therefore help in pollination.

The Wasp sting is caused by a complex protein injected through the needle-like sting as it penetrates the skin. Individuals react differently: some are hardly affected, others may suffer pain and swelling while in other, rare cases, individuals may suffer serious allergic reactions which may result in death from anaphylactic shock.