Skedattle All Natural Insect Repellent with Essential Oils Anti-Bug Spray, Travel Size, 2 fl oz, 4 Pack

Skedattle All Natural Anti-Bug Spray – – – – Skedattle makes bugs scram, beat it, take a hike and get out of town. What’s more, it OUTPERFORMS products with DEET. Independent lab testing by BassFan Lab (operated by BassFan LLC) shows Skedattle to be 16x more effective than products that contain DEET, and 96x as effective as using nothing at all. Protect yourself safely with this all natural bug spray and insect repellent. – – – – Repels mosquitoes, ticks, fleas, and other annoying or disease-carrying bugs. This also works great as an insect repellent for pets. Dog safe, cat safe, pet safe: Keeps fleas and ticks off your pets! – – – – Preferred by anglers because it WON’T RUIN FISHING LINE like DEET bug sprays, even if directly sprayed. – – – – Size: 8 Fl. Ounces in a spray bottle – – – – Expiration date is March 2017 – – – – Ingredients: Citronella Oil (4%), Lemongrass Oil (4%), Peppermint Oil (2%), Vanillin, Purified Water, and Potassium Sorbate

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3 Responses to Skedattle All Natural Insect Repellent with Essential Oils Anti-Bug Spray, Travel Size, 2 fl oz, 4 Pack

  1. Andrea Schwartz says:

    If there were 100 stars to rate it, I would rate it 100 stars I am the type of bug magnet that people love to take with, because when I am around nobody else gets bitten. If there is a bug within 100 yards, it will be near me. Know this, entomologists!! Bring your nets. 

  2. martytg says:

    I guess it depends on your body chemistry We used this product while in Mexico, on a snorkeling trip. The mosquitoes were horrible and most of the people on the trip were getting eaten alive. Both my wife and I used this product with varying degrees of success. I sprayed the repellent, just on my legs and from that point on, I had no problems with bites. I still had hundreds landing on me but none of them bit me. I did not have to reapply the spray after swimming either, which surprised me. 

  3. Alex1453 says:

    All the protection, none of the chemicals. Like too many other people, I used to (without even thinking, like a drone) just go to the superstore or drugstore and buy a can of insect repellant when I needed to do anything outdoors. I was fine with doing this until I happened on some information about some of the chemicals that were being used in insect repellants, which immediately made me think, “and I’ve been putting this all over my skin?!?!!” After some searching, I found this product and decided to give it a try. Thanks to this…

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