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Information on chemical insecticides

Synthetic insecticides

Currently, most commercial insecticides fall into 4 main families :

  • Organochlorines (DDT, HCH, Lindane, etc.)
  • Carbamates (Aldicarb, Methomyl, etc.)
  • Organos-phosphates (Dichlorvos, Chlorpyriphos, etc.)
  • Pyrethroids (Permethrin, Deltamethrin, etc.)

A new family has recently emerged: pyrazoles (Fipronil), but it is not yet certain that this product is completely harmless to humans and animals.

All the insecticides that you will find on our site are guaranteed without permethrin and without synthetic product.

Beware of insecticides

Many studies have shown that, if insecticides are effective, they are not without consequences for our health and our environment.

DDT, for example, has permanently polluted groundwater and polar ice. Lindane could have caused cancer among farmers and more recently Friponil is suspected of causing edema in users.

While it is now true that the immediate toxicity of the products used is generally low, there appear to be signs that the use of certain chemicals can seriously harm public health in the long term.

The entire population is directly affected by the handling of pesticides for agricultural or household use, but also by the residues present in the air, water and food.

Today, cases of direct poisoning number in the millions. Pesticides are also singled out as the cause of many more vicious chronic poisonings :

  • Allergies
  • Carcinogenic effects
  • Pathologies affecting certain organs (liver, kidneys, lungs)
  • Hormonal disorder
  • Neurotoxic effects
  • Decrease immunity
  •  teratogenic (malformations of embryos) and mutagenic (transformation of genetic material) effects
  • Impact on fertility


Aware of the risks generated by the use of insecticides, on human health and our environment, a vast European program has been set up.

This "biocide directive" is responsible, among other things, for re-examining all the active molecules used in the composition of insecticides. Any molecule that does not meet the very selective criteria defined by this directive (efficacy, toxicity, environmental impact) will be removed from the formulas.

Insect resistance to insecticides

A very important phenomenon noted by professionals is the increasingly frequent resistance of insects to insecticides.

This phenomenon of parasite resistance to insecticides is easily explained: thanks to their rate of reproduction, insects have an exceptional ability to adapt to their environment. In addition, the gradual decrease in the concentration of insecticides in the treatments sold on the market favors the resistance of certain insects.