Herbal Insect Repellent

Herbal Insect Repellent

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I don't know about you but  am a magnet for mosquitos, I'm not sure why but they LOVE my skin.  Being one who lives for the outdoors, whether I'm hiking, camping or sitting on my front porch, I just LOVE being outside. I was desperate to find a natural plant based repellent that was chemical + DEET free, so I created one. This repellent not only combats mosquitos but many other insects as well, it’s amazing!  I can FINALLY go outside and enjoy the outdoors without swatting and itching every 5 mins. 

We use homemade rosemary + thyme infused EVOO, Vitamin E + Sunflower oil as the carrier oils, all of which contain mosquito repelling, anti inflammatory + skin softening properties. All of the essential oils we chose not only repel insects they create a strong pleasant aroma, which is a great choice for mosquito-heavy places like the North GA mountains, lakeside camping, even your back yard. If your are planning a trip where you know there will be lots of mosquitoes, be sure to make room in your bag for this amazing repellent.

**Please note that other precautions may be necessary to manage mosquitos and this recipe is not intended to prevent mosquito-transmitted diseases.

Ingredients: Thyme + Rosemary Infused EVOO, Sunflower Oil, Witch Hazel, Vitamin E Oil, Atlas Cedarwood, Lemon Eucalyptus, Lavender, Geranium, Lemongrass, Eucalyptus, Tea Tree + Lemon Essential Oils

Directions: Shake well before each use. Spritz over exposed skin, avoiding eyes and mucus membranes. Reapply as often as needed. Use lightly when using with school-age children. I do not recommend using essential oils with babies or young children. Please see caution below. Store in the refrigerator with tight-fitting lid. Repellent will be shelf-stable for up to a year when stored properly.

Caution: Essential oils are generally not indicated for use on infants or young children, those who are pregnant or breastfeeding, people with serious medical conditions, or certain pets—especially cats. The National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy has an excellent webpage on safety information for essential oils and is a wonderful resource.


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