Dengue cases recorded a significant drop with a dip in fatal cases across Malaysia in 2018. The low growth for spray/aerosol home insecticides appears to have direct relationship with the fall in Dengue cases in the country.
Despite rising concerns about the harmful effects to consumers over the long term, sales of electric insecticides in both mat and liquid formats continue to grow in Malaysia. Besides convenience, one of the features offered by the electric format is round-the-clock protection that hugely reduces the probability of being bitten by mosquitoes.
International brands continue to dominate home insecticides in Malaysia. With a wide range of products from mosquitoes to cockroach insecticides in the formats of spray/aerosol, coils and baits, Ridsect and Baygon remain the two notable brand choices among consumers.
In recent years, small players and local brands such as Afy Haniff, Antimos, Mospell and Pesso have started producing insecticides using natural ingredients. The most notable ingredients used are lemongrass, mint and essential oils.
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