Lemon Eucalyptus Pump 4oz
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- Naturally Based
- Active ingredient is derived from the Lemon Eucalyptus
- Tree. Repels Mosquitoes, Including those that transmit
- the West Nile Virus. Works for up to 6 hours
- Cool Lemon Scent
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The effect was instant. The gnats and mosquitoes were gone. I finished my work, and then used it for the party the next day.Read more ›
The 4oz bottle is convenient to carry in purse, or on person, and I keep mine with me at all times.
It is described online as protecting against mosquitoes and ticks, and my experience confirms the claim. Since I also need protection from chiggers and mites, I double up with another natural spray which only works on chiggers and mites, and between the two products, have had the most comfortable bite-free summer of my life.
The active ingredient in Lemon Eucalyptus used to be in a former product called Off Botanicals, which had a mild appealing scent. Lemon Eucalyptus, though, has an initial strong lemon scent which becomes unnoticable in a short time. And you can get great protection from mosquitoes and ticks for 6 hours.
I have spread the word to anyone who's fed up with mosquito bites, and now my family relies on it like I do. We had so many mosquitoes this season that I ordered Lemon Eucalyptus twice. And best of all, it does not contain DEET.
didn't hit(fingertip, eyebrow). It smells much better than the typical chemical spray and no DEET! We use it at outdoor parties, and end
up passing it around as people find the smell more appealing.
I can not comment on the staying power of the product. Next time I will look for the product at local big box stores and sporting goods retailers; 4oz cost me $4.98 plus shipping from a non-Amazon source. The Cutter repellents can be found just about anywhere. Needless to say, I will buy again.
I expected a strong odor, but not quite as strong as it was. Even five minutes after spraying it on, I could still smell it and feel it burning the back of my throat a bit, mostly from the bitter scent. Twenty minutes later, I leaned against the dinning table for a minute and the print on the vinyl cover transferred to my arm!
While I didn't get bit for seven, almost eight hours, I have to say that it's a bit odd. I didn't get light-headed like I do when I use DEET, which is a great plus. While it doesn't have the neurological effects, if you don't mind having such a pungent odor, feel free to give it a try. I'll switch to picaridin.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this ... it smells great. For some reason, I find it less irritating to my skin then other bug repellent products.Published on January 11, 2014 by Pretty Penny
This is so much safer because of no DEET! This has a nice fresh pleasant scent and not offensive in any way.Published on July 26, 2013 by Hugg
My wife uses this all summer long when she goes out to work in the yard and among her flowers and plants. She never has a problem with mosquitoes when she uses this product. Read morePublished on November 8, 2012 by Tom
I have a lot of mosquitoes in my back yard. I tried using products with deet in them. They kept the mosquitoes off but using it every day made me sick. Read morePublished on July 2, 2011 by Bob from TN
I'm a mosquito magnet and I'll have to say that this product works well for me. It has a strong odor at first so go outside to apply it. Read morePublished on May 13, 2011 by Jane A
This stuff works quite well. I sprayed it on myself and on my kid and we both had substantially fewer mosquito bites, I'd say by about 90% or more. Read morePublished on January 20, 2011 by Amazon Customer
I bought two for my trip to Thailand. One worked great but the other had a major issue with the spray mechanism. It would basically just seep out when I tried to spray it. Read morePublished on January 6, 2011 by Kenneth Ong
I had to find something to help keep the bugs off me after I found out I was allergic to DEET that is in most of the products on the market. Read morePublished on September 12, 2010 by C. L. Gerow