A Natural Tick and Mosquito Repellent that Works

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A Natural Tick and Mosquito Repellent that Works

Summer is here! Hikers, Bikers, Cyclists, Climbers, and Explorers are flocking to the beautiful Hudson Valley to connect with Mother Nature like never before.

But what about ticks, mosquitos and other pesky insects? Well, they are here as well and in unprecedented numbers, thanks to climate change.

So what do you do in order to stay protected? Should you go to a nearby big-box store and get a bottle of that nasty chemical pesticide? Think twice! It might not poison you immediately, but you should know your facts: DEET and many other chemical pesticides are not biodegradable chemical compounds. When you use them, eventually they wash off into the rivers, oceans and groundwater and years later you might end up eating exactly those pesticides in seafood or vegetables for dinner. Not to mention that along with ticks and mosquitos, DEET also kills any other insects like butterflies and honey bees. And as a nature lover, you know that that's not good!

The best natural tick and mosquito repellent

There is a solution though! Nature has invented it and we at DA Aromatherapy perfected and packaged it into convenient bug spray. Just for you! 

Unlike essential oil diffusers, or products are perfect to use on the go. You can take them on a hike, camping trip, or simply when you are out for a walk by the river. 

The best natural mosquito repellent or a bug spray is the one that boasts a combination of essential oils. Our natural tick and mosquito repellent is made with 7 organic essential oils including rosemary, cedarwood, lavender, eucalyptus lemon and globulus, lemongrass and clove bud essential oil. 

Our products are made in small batches right here in the Hudson Valley and here is why they are better than any homemade mosquito repellents you can find: We use natural grain distilled alcohol to preserve the repelling properties of organic essential oils. If you are to dilute essential oils in water (which is practically impossible, because oils don't mix with water), they oxidize very fast, so by the time you are ready to use your natural repellent on a hiking adventure - the oils are mostly evaporated and oxidized and will not be as powerful as original essential oils.

Natural bug repellent or essential oil mosquito repellent is a great way to keep mosquitos at bay without the use of pesticides. Our bug spray is also good for repelling fleas and ticks and is the best natural insect repellent you can find on the market. 

With hundreds of reviews and thousands of happy customers, 7 organic essential oils and the most powerful formulation, we can say that DA Aromatherapy's Natural Bug Repellent is The Best Natural Bug Repellent on the market.

Lemon Eucalyptus Oil is just one of the organic essential oils that we used to create the best natural tick and mosquito repellent. We also added organic lemongrass essential oils, organic rosemary essential oil, organic cedarwood essential oil, organic lavender essential oil and organic clove bud essential oil. All together they create the most powerful essential oil blend that repels ticks, mosquitos, flies, fleas and many other pesky insects.

If you are looking for a natural insect repellent that works, visit da-aromatherapy.com and get your first bottle. Once you try it, you'll love it!

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