Bug Repellent Spray-Deet Free, Alcohol Free


You said, we heard!  we crafted the best non-oil based bug repellent spray -and here it is!

A natural, organic bug repellent spray made with witch hazel (Alcohol FREE) and a blend of Certified Organic Essential oils that repels insects Naturally!

Our special blend of essential oils includes lemon and eucalyptus  Essentional Oils which is Recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as an alternative to DEET. 

  • All Natural, Vegan, Cruelty-Free, Non-GMO
  • A natural substitute for chemical-laden bug repellents
  • Effective natural bug spray for the whole family
  • Sprayer is included

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Organic Witch Hazel (Alcohol Free), Organic Cedarwood Essential Oil, Organic Lemon Essential Oil, Organic  Organic Lavender Essential Oil, Organic Rosemary Essential Oil, Organic Peppermint Essential, Organic Citronella Essential Oil, Organic Eucalyptus Essential Oil, Organic Clove bud Essential Oil.

How to Use:

For Best Results:

Shake well before using!

Apply to the skin especially to the pulse points of your body as often as required paying special attention to places that bugs like to bite you.

Pulse points are located behind your ear, at the bottom of your throat, on your wrist, inside your elbow, and behind your knees. These are the areas that have more body heat due to the warmth of blood and are the best spots to apply any scent that you want to last a bit longer.

Avoiding eyes and mucous membranes.

Most effective if applied about 5 -10 minutes before heading to outside.


If you are pregnant, please discuss the use of any product with your healthcare provider

For small children or those with sensitive skin it is recommended that you do a patch test before using and if you have any questions, check with your healthcare provider

We strongly suggest to have adult do the applying. Please do not apply to children’s hands.

Avoid contact with eyes–in case of eye contact, wash eyes with plenty of water.

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