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Repel 100 Insect Repellent, 1 oz. Pump Spray, 1 Bottle
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- The Repel pump spray repellent protects up to 10 hours
- Repels mosquitoes that may transmit the Chikungunya, Zika, Dengue and West Nile viruses
- Formulated for severe insect conditions
- Flip-top cap prevents accidental spraying when not in use.
- 98.11-Percent DEET is the most concentrated formula available
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Cons: Basically smells like you're rubbing paint thinner/poison all over your body. The toxic smell is scarily bad and would make those people who insist on only wearing the ineffective, all-natural repellent cry. It also has a super oily, slimy, and ultimately dirty feel on your skin, which rivals the smell in overall unpleasantness. Disconcertingly, it numbs your tongue and mouth as well, if you accidentally manage to get it there, i.e. by applying to your face and licking your lips. Seems healthy.
Side note: Mine arrived with a slow leak, and the bottle exterior and packaging were oily and stinky. But I had to take the repellent on a trip to Panama the very next day, so I didn't have time to exchange it. It now has a designated, stinky/oily, Ziploc freezer bag that it travels everywhere in, which is a nice touch. The repellent is effective enough for defects like this to be tolerated, at least in my case.
Conclusion: Loathsome stuff, but it works.
Now, why the 4 starts instead of 5? The smell and feel. It is thick, oily, and the smell is toxic. When applying please, please, please step out of your hotel room or home and spray it in the hallway or other open area. You'll be happy to have the fresh air or else you could get slightly dizzy for a minute. Also, when spraying be sure to aim in an area you and others won't walk because since it is oily the floor will turn into a slip and slide and someone is sure to get hurt. Last, try to keep a bit of distance between you and the spray bottle and hopefully the pump sprays it evenly. Most of my shirts had oily spots which was so disappointing. I mean who dresses up for a night out with a spotty oily shirt?
I am always the guy who gets destroyed by bugs. I have heard that most of what makes you 'sweet' to mosquitos is genetic, but there are other things you can do to make yourself less attractive to bugs. Drinking beer actually makes you sweeter for them.
Repel 100 Insect Repellent is so strong that plastic will melt against your skin. I went for a picnic with my fiance, and we sat down on a plastic mat (like an outside-use table cloth) to avoid the wet grass. The pattern on the plastic table cloth was imbued onto our legs where Repel 100 had been applied.