Mosquito Repellent Patch Natural Lemon Eucalyptus


I’m really happy to find a non-toxic way to keep our family safe from mosquitoes when we are outdoors. In the summer we tend to spend a lot of time outdoors at barbecues, in parks and playgrounds, exploring nature, and traveling. Bug sprays smell awful and most sprays wear off very quickly and on top of that those chemicals are being absorbed into your blood stream through your skin. That can’t be good for you and I know for me personally some bug sprays cause me to have really bad breakouts, skin rashes, and other irritation.

Whenever available, if you can go natural stick to it. The main ingredients of this mosquito repellent are eucalyptus and lemon. It doesn’t get any simpler than that does it? The patches are small and not bothersome to wear but don’t underestimate them based on their size. They pack quite a punch within such a small space. If you have sensitive skin you can alternatively apply them to your clothing. Chose an area that will not be moved around or rubbed against very often like for example your sleeves would not be the best idea because it can peel off. I like to put it right on the small of my back and most time’s I forget it’s even there. You can also put it on inanimate objects like chairs if you plan on sitting in one area for a while.

Overall I’m happy with the way this product works and even happier about how safe it is. I received this product at no cost in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion. The fact that I received my item for free or at a discounted rate does not influence my opinion in any way, and my purpose for writing these reviews is to be objective in sharing the advantages and flaws of these products for fellow Amazon customers. I sincerely appreciate everyone who has taken the time to read my review.



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