Saturday, March 28, 2015

Sweetly Citron Natural Bug Repellent #naturalbugrepellent

Summer is not that far off and I know the bugs and flies lie waiting for me and my child. For some reason my husband is always spared. I try never to use those chemicals to repel the mosquitoes but some of the natural products don't smell so great. I try to look for an option that works great to keep away those nasty buggies but also smells appealing so we are more likely to really use it regularly.

I was excited to try Sweetly Citron but we still have snow on the ground so I will share with you more at this point about the scent and how it feels on my skin. In a few months I will give you the bug update. Sweetly Citron smells really nice. I love the blend of natural oils including lavender, lemon, citronella and vanilla...some of my faves. This concentrated blend the company shared can repel mosquitoes for up to 2-4 hours. I am really hopeful about that!

I do really like the pleasant scent of Lavender, Lemon, Citronella and Vanilla Extract which work synergistically to keep away the buggies while keeping you smelling fresh. This is a good option to protect against West Nile Virus by repelling mosquitoes, flies, ticks and fleas. I always suggest checking with your personal physician before using any new product like this.

The company shared that Sweetly Citron is highly effective plus it is free of DEET. It is safe for clothing and all your outdoor gear.  It comes in an 8 oz Pump Spray Bottle which will last for a good while. It has a great scent and feels good on my skin. I am looking forward to battling the bugs because I have the right tools with Sweetly Citron.
You can pick up Sweetly Citron on Amazon for easy shopping anytime. 

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