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A Natural Insect Repellent That Works

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Buzzing mosquitoes and annoying horseflies are a real buzzkill when you’re trying to commune with nature.

We created an Insect Repellent that we wouldn’t mind using even when not trying to stop the buzz. I personally don’t feel like spritzing DEET on myself to “freshen up.” You?

Our natural Insect Repellent is a body mist that you will actually enjoy wearing. It combines herbaceous essential oils and astringent skin toners for a light citrusy-woodsy scent that is invigorating to the senses and kind to your skin. In fact, it doesn’t smell entirely unlike the forest you are about to bathe in or the field you’re about to frolic across.

And the best part—mosquitoes absolutely hate it.

Plants To The Rescue

Not only are pesticides potentially harmful to humans, they also enter the ecosystem damaging wildlife and contaminating waterways.

Our Insect Repellent is an effective blend of plant oils that ward away bugs, without leaving a nasty environmental legacy.

The heavy hitters:

Lavender essential oil
Lemongrass essential oil
Cedar essential oil
Geranium essential oil
Balsam fir needle oil

The scent of these oils is naturally repelling, but the bug spray also works by covering up our natural human scents (sweat, sebum, BO) that bugs are so drawn to. Cedar essential oil in particular is effective at preventing tick bites.

How To Use

Unlike chemical sprays, natural insect repellents need to be applied more frequently to maintain efficacy. That’s why it’s important that you own a bug spray that is actually a pleasure to smell and wear.

Our spray is safe for people years 2 and up, as well as for dogs (never use it on a cat). For people 2 and under, reach for our Body Oil, which contains lavender and geranium essential oils to discourage bugs, but is sensitive enough for baby’s skin.

Spray the Insect Repellent liberally on your skin, like you would a sunscreen, covering all exposed areas. You can also spritz it on clothes, socks, and your hat. Reapply often for the best protection. It’s also great as an impromptu deodorant and foot spray.

I will leave you with two reviews that are worth considering as you decide whether or not to buy this bug spray:

A real review:
It works and is scientist approved!

"Sometimes it can be bad when your better half is a scientist with a family background in chemical engineering because they are very picky. My boyfriend rejected 5 other popular bug repellents I bought but would stick to this one, and now he loves the Meow Meow Tweet body oil I bought as well! This is the only brand he trusted to be non-intrusive to human body systems. I personally loved this bug repellent when we got fleas in our home and it shielded me from being bitten every night until we finally cleaned them out. Highly recommended and it smells divine!"

A dream review:
Signed, Mosquitoes 🦟

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Written By Vera Kachouh


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