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Mix just two drops of lavender, peppermint or citronella oil with a teaspoon of a carrier oil, such as almond or sweet oil, to create a natural insect repellent to dab on exposed skin.
A revolutionary plant based formula is the secret to the efficacy of EcoSMART's insect repellent.
Those concerns prompted the Salt Lake Valley Health Department in Utah to pass out insect repellent and information to the homeless.
The Centers for Disease Control recently reaffirmed that DEET is a very effective insect repellent and among the most studied repellents available.
With active ingredient Picaridin, Cutter Advanced Insect Repellent will provide Americans with the same long-lasting, effective protection against mosquitoes, biting flies, no-see-ums, fleas, and other biting insects as DEET- based repellents.
Insect Repellents for Your Family's Every Summer Need
DEET is among the most effective and most studied insect repellents available, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
Deep Woods(R) For Sportsmen Insect Repellent containing 98% DEET provides up to 10 hours of protection from mosquitoes * OFF
manufactures, packages and distributes Anti-Pest-O(R) insect repellent from locations in Portland, South Portland and Lisbon, Maine.
April 28 /PRNewswire/ -- The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) today reaffirmed that DEET is a very effective insect repellent and announced the addition of Picaridin and eucalyptus oil as effective repellents.
Several now make products that combine an insect repellent with a sunscreen.