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Add carrier liquids to small (3 or 4 oz. works well so there is room for shaking). Add essential oils. Shake well before each use. Natural bug repellent will need to be reapplied every few hours for maximum effectiveness.

Before you get desperate and spray on commercial bug sprays (that may contain some nasty chemicals), take some time to consider the better alternative; a natural bug repellent that smells wonderful, is effective, and takes only minutes to whip up.

Natural Bug Repellent & Spray - Thrive Market

Size 2 ounce spray bottle
Directions Spray generously on exposed areas while avoiding contact with open cuts,mouth and eyes. Reapply as needed.
Ingredients Aloe Vera Extract,Natural Emulsifier,Essential Oils (Citronella,Lemongrass,Lavender,Geranium,Bergamot,Clove Bud,Patchouli,Lemon Tea Tree,Thyme)
Uses Bug Bite Repellent is natural,non-toxic and SAFE for the entire family in a compact spray.
Warnings Avoid spraying into the eyes and mouth,as well as open cuts.

Natural Homemade Mosquito/Insect/Bug Repellent

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Yes, it does seem like a lot, considering most DIY products you’ll see only contain a few drops of EO. :) I formulated this based on great natural brands of bug repellent on the market, which all list the concentrations of EOs in their ingredients. Most of them have anywhere from a 6%-15% concentration of EOs. This recipe contains about 10%. The effectiveness depends on whether the bugs can actually smell the EOs, so they need to be at a certain concentration for this. Thanks for your question!