Product Description

BUG OFF Spray- Mosquito Repellent, Insect Repellent

*We also carry BUG OFF Lotion Too. Click here.  Lotion is great for rubbing on the skin or if you have short hair.  Spray is good for over your clothes, long hair, kids, and pets. Get them both and you are set!

100% All Natural – DEET FREE

The herbal fragrances you’ll love, can ward off the buzzing pests you hate! 

Discover the difference it makes. Experience work and fun without the pests! Protect your family from bites, infections and other serious issues like Lime disease or Rocky Mount Fever from ticks, West Nile Virus from mosquito, and do it naturally.

Our Mosquito Repellent, Insect Repellent is made with:

  • Castor and Soy Oil Liquid Base
  • 7 Essential Oil Blend – All Oils are steam distilled or cold pressed premium oils.

These EO’s are some of the safest, most effective ingredients nature has to offer. Safe for children and pets too. pH balanced. No phthalates. No parabens. Biodegradable formula. Leave no trace. Not tested on animals.

  • Tested to be 100% effective for more than two hours, Reapply after 2 hours
  • Protects against mosquitoes, ticks, gnats, flies, ants, black flies and other annoying insects
  • Our Shake & Spray formula is sweat, water-resistant and non-greasy
  • Natural ingredients won’t hurt or lighten fabric or equipment

Ingredients: distilled water, castor & soy oils, citronella, Lemon grass, lemon eucalyptus, rosemary, cedarwood, peppermint, lavender essential oils, 100% all natural preservative of silver citrate, citric acid & potassium sorbate.

Made in USA.

Deet Note:  One of the most widely used ingredients in store-bought conventional bug sprays for personal use is N,N-Diethyl-m-toluamide, or DEET, as it’s commonly known. DEET, which is designed to repel, rather than kill, insects. DEET is used by an estimated one-third of the US population each year. Although DEET is approved by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), it is a known eye irritant and can cause rashes, soreness, or blistering when applied to the skin. Additionally, DEET has been linked to neurological problems; according to the EPA, at least 18 different cases of children suffering adverse neurological effects, as well as the deaths of two adults, have been associated with DEET. Researchers at Duke University Medical Center have found that DEET causes diffuse brain cell death and behavioral changes in rats

DEET has been shown to have a negative impact on wildlife and water sources in production and during use. DEET is toxic to birds and aquatic life. DEET has been found in approximately 75 percent of U.S. water sources, including the Mississippi River.