Badger Balm Anti-Bug Balm Stick - 1.5 oz
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- 1.5 oz twist stick
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Top Customer Reviews
At the beginning of the season it seemed like it might be having some effect, which would wear off after 20 minutes. But by the time the mosquitoes were out in droves, its ineffectiveness against these relentless pests became apparent. We are positively swarming with mosquitoes here in the balmy southern edge of South Carolina.
I wasn't hoping for a miracle product, and didn't expect one, but the mosquitoes seem, quite simply, unfazed by this lovely-smelling, easy-to-apply insect repellent. In the five minutes it takes to pick blueberries in our backyard, we get about a dozen bites - with or without Badger's protection.
I can't compare this product to those containing DEET. Being one of those loathsome hippie types, I have never and will never use DEET on my children or myself. For proponents of the use of DEET, it's worth noting that DEET is a skin and lung irritant, is toxic to aquatic life, is suspected to have reproductive toxicity, is toxic to the brain and nervous system, is possibly mutagenic, effects the kidney and renal system, and is a possible endocrine system disruptor. Yuck. I'd rather throw my money away on another potentially useless non-toxic product or choose our outdoor hours more carefully.
I think it's great that this stuff works for some people in some locations, but I would advise potential buyers that for some people in other locations, it's about as effective as saying "Go away mosquitoes!"
For my family, the search will continue for a safe and effective mosquito repellent.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use this anti-bug balm every evening when I take the dog out for his last 2 walks (early evening and then around 9:00 - 10:00 which are prime timrs for mosquito activity in our... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Gardenia
The price seems expensive, more expensive than act as purchasing agency in China also, hope the seller can reduce the price, the good thingsPublished 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
does the job but the citrus smell is very strong. some people might not want to use this product because of how it smellPublished 13 days ago by killer mike
We slathered our selves in this, and got bitten worse than usual! I was so excited to use it too, because of the fabulous reviews, but I would get 5 bites in just an hour using... Read morePublished 15 days ago by DragonLady
I used this and it seems to work just fine. I put it on exposed skin and believe it or not I forget some areas like my neck and ankles and no bites. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Aleceia Blount
The upside is that the product itself smells great and it's not greasy. It fits well in a bag and is about the size of a round altoids tin. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Lisa Diep
worked good on most bugs only semi on deer flies, slowed them down enough to swatPublished 23 days ago by David Mc Carroll
Just moved back to East Coast and living on a property that has a river running behind it, so lots of bugs, lots of mosquitos. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Piddle