Best Natural Bug Repellant

“Can I use the good stuff again?” asked my son’s friend when he was looking for bug spray at my house this week. “Yes!” I replied.  The good stuff is Bug Soother, it’s non-toxic, doesn’t stink at all, and fights bugs like mosquitos like a charm!

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I’ve tried many, many types of bug repellent over the years – some work, some don’t. One thing they all have in common is that they stink! I hate the smell to the point that I won’t use bug repellent at times, which isn’t a good idea either.

I’m in love with Bug Soother, I really am!It has a light lemongrass and vanilla scent that even I can tolerate with my super-sensitive nose but the good news is that bugs hate these natural ingredients!

It’s non-toxic and safe for everyone including your kids and pets. Just spray it on for protection against bugs of all sorts including mosquitos and biting flies! I love the gentle smell and how it feels on my skin, it’s not oily or sticky. It actually includes Vitamin E that’s good for your skin.

Just because summer is coming to an end soon doesn’t mean you won’t need bug repellant in the fall. Make sure you pick up a couple bottles for home, camping trips, tailgating, and fall sports.
For those evenings on your porch, pick up a Bug Soother candle.

Bug Soother items can be found in Ace Hardware, Casey’s General Store, County Market, Dick’s Sporting Goods, HyVee, Scheels, Theisen’s, True Value, Walgreens, and Menards.


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