• distilled water • aloe vera juice • witch hazel • citronella, tea tree, eucalyptus, spearmint, lemon eucalyptus, cedarwood, & geranium essential oils • vitamin e oil
good-smellin bug stuff
it’s always mosquito season somewhere • DEET sucks so I came up with something better • plus this stuff doesn’t smell like crap
a bunch of insect-repelling oils • citronella & spearmint & lemon eucalyptus & others • in water, witch hazel, & aloe vera juice • very simple
shake well before using
(if you’re after more than this • the bigger one’s)
handmade • natural • crap free • guaranteed
there's this much:
• 2 oz • 59 mL
warnings & disclaimers:
if you want to find out if anything in this interacts with your meds • webmd.com has a good drug interaction lookup thing • please use it! • also, google is your friend!
allergic reactions to my stuff are rare • but it’s your job to remember your allergies & sensitivities • the information presented on this website is not meant to diagnose or treat any medical condition • nor to replace the advice or care of a qualified health professional
This stuff is the best, okay, it works on my husband who is an all you can eat buffet for bugs usually. It is the best. — Sporky Rat
This spray is AWESOME. I wore it for a week at the beach with nary a bite, my son never got one either, and didn’t break out from the product. When we got home, I wore it to water my plants at dusk, and even though I SAW tiger mosquitos out there, not a single one of the jerks got me. GREAT stuff. Feels weightless, not greasy, and smells like fancy bath oil. DEFINITELY BUY THIS PRODUCT. Plus one for everyone you know.
Very nice! One of the things I like about this product is that when using it, I do not have the feeling that I have to scrub it off the minute I come indoors in order to avoid getting toxins on anything or anyone (especially the cats) indoors.
And when a little neighborhood girl came by and decided to “help” me as I was working in the front yard, I could protect her from this summer’s huge numbers of stinging insects without having to wonder whether I should put DEET on her.
— Bluejeania on Etsy