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10 Essential Oils That Repel Insects - Specially Priced Set (10) 15 ml Bottles

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Special Set of Ten (10) 15 ml Bottle Pure Essential Oils That Repel Insects- 0.5 fl oz (15 ml) each (50% more than 10 ml bottles!)

This set of 10 essential oils that repel insects are:

  • Lavender: a very versatile oil that helps repel all kinds of pesky bugs from mosquitoes to head lice, flies, gnats, ants, bed bugs, moths, spiders, ticks, and fruit flies.
  • Peppermint: is a great natural repellent to ants, aphids, bed bugs, boxelder bugs, cockroaches, fleas, fruit flies, gnats, head lice, moths, spiders, stink bugs, and wasps.
  • Tea Tree: is a good natural insect repellent and insecticide. Tea tree is also great at keeping bed bugs and head lice away.
  • Sweet Orange: ants, cockroaches, gnats, head lice, moths, silverfish, spiders, ticks, and weevils all detest scent of sweet orange essential oil.
  • Citronella: works so well because it masks the scents that are attractive to bugs, namely carbon dioxide and lactic acid.
  • Eucalyptus Citriodora: evaporates more slowly than most other essential oils and will last for several hours.
  • Lemongrass: works on a wide variety of pests including chiggers, fleas, flies, fruit flies, no-see-ums, mosquitoes, and ticks.
  • Cinnamon Bark: the strong smell keeps many bugs away including wasps, earwigs, bed bugs, silverfish, and spiders.
  • Cedarwood Virginian: is helpful at repelling many pesky bugs like mosquitoes, flies, and silverfish. Also great for keeping creepy crawling pests away too, like ants, fleas, mites, ticks, and lice.
  • Spearmint: is good for keeping away ants, boxelder bugs, flies, gnats, head lice, mosquitoes, moths, and spiders

Instructions: There are many combinations of essential oils that repel bugs. You may have found one recipe online or one your friend tried and loved that you weren’t so crazy about. Luckily there are many options so you can easily make a custom spray that you and your family will love. Dilute before use.

The weather is finally starting to warm up and with the warmer weather we all know here come the bugs. Spiders in the garage, ants in the kitchen, mosquitoes biting us. Bugs, bugs, bugs! What essential oils that repel insects should we use? See our blog Essential Oils that Repel Insects for recipes and different variations for using essential oils in your insect repellent recipes.


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