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About Us

The founder of Shoo for Good, relaxes in her garden with her soft, chic, mosquito-repellent marine (navy blue) wrap draped over her white t-shirt. The 100% cotton shawl is treated with safe, odorless permethrin, so mosquitoes won’t bite.
Why Shoo for Good?

After working in fashion in Paris then at magazines in New York, I dedicated myself to family life in Santa Monica, while freelancing. A big part of our lives here has centered around the garden where we relax; raise chickens, fruits, and vegetables; and entertain our friends.

A few years ago, thanks to climate change, mosquitoes started joining us for drinks at six and for dinner on the porch. They were even lying in wait in the early morning, eager to follow me around as I cut herbs and roses. 

It was my love of being in the gardenpaired with my ongoing battle with my little enemythat inspired Shoo for Good. It's my way to solve a problem, make your life more enjoyable, and to do some good in the world.

Christy Hobart, founder.

The wrap.

Shoo for Good cotton scarves and wraps combine traditional craftsmanship with modern, insect-repelling technology so you can enjoy the moment, bug-free, wherever you are. The scarves and wraps repel mosquitoes and other bugs for up to 70 washings, create fair-wage employment, and give back to the fight against malaria. 

Sheer and lightweight cotton or with a nubby texture, super-soft Shoo for Good wraps are perfect for draping over your shoulders when you’re sitting lakeside, strolling through the woods, watching the sunset, or just relaxing in your own garden. And now that we're getting back out in the world, take your scarf or wrap to outdoor parties and weddings and concerts, on vacation in the tropics, to restaurant terraces, and beyond!

Who made your wrap?

Shoo for Good scarves and wraps are created by artisans in Ethiopia working under fair and sustainable conditions (members of the World Fair Trade Organization), starting with the women who spin locally sourced cotton using methods handed down through generations. The beautifully irregular thread—impossible to reproduce by machines—is then color-dyed in small batches. Using centuries-old techniques, the thread is then woven on hand looms into soft, textured, gorgeous textiles.

To the traditional, we add modern technology by Insect Shield®, enhancing these handmade textiles with effective, EPA-registered permethrin that’s tightly bound to the fibers of each wrap.

Every wrap gives back. 

Shoo for Good was created to make life better for our customers and, even more important, to help save the lives of people battling deadly insect-borne diseases around the world. Our global partner, the United Nations Foundation and its United to Beat Malaria, has helped deliver over 13 million protective bed nets to families in need. With your help, they will deliver even more.

Visit United to Beat Malaria to learn more.