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Keep those pesky buggies at bay without harsh chemical and dangerous insecticides! Uses only USDA Organic essential oils, witch hazel and apple vinegar in a finely crafted combination for a holistic bug repellent with a natural lemon/citrus scent.
Shake well before using. Spray liberally on clothes and exposed skin as needed to keep nuisance buggies away.
Organic Witch Hazel: Witch Hazel is an excellent base for the essential oils in a bug spray and is also excellent for the skin. It’s natural astringent and antiseptic qualities will organically help to relieve itchy skin as well as ensure that your skin stays hydrated.
Organic Apple Cider Vinegar: Bugs really dislike apple cider vinegar and the addition of this ingredient will ensure they stay far away! Apple cider vinegar also has powerful antibacterial properties and assists to keep your skin healthy and clean.
Organic Eucalyptus Essential Oil & Organic Lemon Essential Oil: These oils are wonderful for opening up your sinuses, but in our bug spray it’s to ensure that bugs stay off you. The scent of lemon and eucalyptus confuses bugs and masks your body heat and carbon dioxide exhalations, meaning that bugs will be less aware there is a living breathing human for them to feed on.
Organic Lemongrass Essential Oil: Lemongrass(often know for use in bug repelling candles) is especially beneficial for deterring mosquitoes and flies.
Organic Tea Tree Essential Oil: Tea tree is the perfect natural alternative to toxic bug sprays and will help to prevent as well as treat any accidental bug bites. It’s rich with antiseptic and antibacterial properties - which are very helpful for the skin and irritation – while also keeping those buggies at bay.
Citronella Essential Oil: The plant-based insect repellent, Citronella, has been registered for this use in the US since 1948 and the EPA considers it a fully non-toxic biopesticide
Organic Rosemary Essential Oil: Rosemary is often planted alongside plants in the garden to repel bugs from eating those adjacent plants – so as avid gardeners, you can surely bet we added it to our bug repellent. The smell is wonderfully pleasant to us, but bugs hate it :-)
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