Join the Fight
Against Dengue
Many people live in risk of catching dengue, a flu-like illness that can result in hospitalization and even death. Children are the most vulnerable. Payal is one of those children, but there are millions more.
Join All Out® in the fight against dengue and together we can help protect your family and community from dengue.
Talk To Us. Call our toll-free number at 1 800 180181818 and pledge your support to help fight dengue.
Protect Yourself,
Your Friends, and Your Family
You and your family could be at risk of catching
dengue when infected mosquitos are present.
Avoiding Dengue
You can reduce the risk of dengue in your home and
community by following these tips:
Clean up standing water.
Dengue-carrying mosquitoes breed in stagnant water so remove or throw away any standing water.
Plug in a liquid electric mosquito repellent.*
Dengue-carrying mosquitoes are most active during the day. When you get out of bed leave a liquid electric mosquito repellent plugged in to help protect you.
Use a mosquito coil.*
Guard against bites by using a mosquito coil in the house or in open areas like a veranda.
Cover your arms and
legs and use mosquito repellent on your
exposed skin.*
Reduce your risk of bites by covering your skin or masking exposed skin with a mosquito repellent.
Use a mosquito aerosol when mosquitoes are present.*
Any mosquito you see could be carrying dengue. Use a mosquito spray to protect yourself.
* Always read label instructions for proper product usage
Identifying Dengue
Dengue is a mosquito-borne viral infection that causes flu-like symptoms and can develop into a potentially lethal complication called severe dengue. According to health officials the most common symptoms are:
  • FEVER – around 40°C
  • WEAKNESS – intense fatigue
  • PAIN IN THE BODY – behind the eyes and joints
If the sufferer also experiences vomiting, bleeding, intense abdominal pain, cold hands and feet, blue lips, or a drop in pressure they may have developed dengue hemorrhagic fever. In this case hospital care is necessary.
Always contact your personal physician when in doubt or suspicious of disease.
Products to Fight Dengue Mosquitoes*...
All Out® is a complete line of pest control products.
Please choose the product that best addresses your needs.
Provide hours of continuous mosquito protection for you and your family.
All Out® Power Slider allows you to adjust the intensity depending upon the number of mosquitoes.
Kill flies and mosquitoes on contact, including mosquitoes that may be carrying dengue.
All Out® Flying Insect Killer kills mosquitoes and houseflies without the harsh smell of traditional insecticides and leave behind a lavender scent.
Protect rooms in your home from mosquitoes without the use of electricity.
All Out® Anti-Dengue Coils help protect your family from mosquitoes that may transmit dengue.
Provide effective mosquito protection so you can enjoy an outdoor life.
All Out® OFF! Personal Repellent feels light on your skin and repels mosquitoes for up to 6 hours.
Other All Out® products are available in stores.
* Always read label instructions for proper product usage
About Payal
Payal is a lively 12-year old from Jaipur. She saw her friend suffering from dengue, a painful experience that has inspired her to be part of this campaign. She has committed her time and energy to help spread the message of dengue prevention. Innately compassionate, she wants to be a doctor when she grows up so that she can help those who suffer from such diseases.
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About SC Johnson India
SC Johnson, the makers of All Out® products, is a leading global maker of household products. A family company since 1886, SC Johnson opened its India office in 2005. The company is dedicated to driving awareness and prevention for mosquito borne diseases such as dengue fever in India. All Out® is SC Johnson’s main pest control brand in the Indian market. Through their efforts, SC Johnson hopes to educate communities on the disease while also providing tips on prevention and self-protection.