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Best Bug Sprays

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Are you having a hard time trying to keep bugs off you even with bug spray? If you are having trouble keeping the bugs off you, that’s because you are simply not using the best bug sprays out there on the market. In this article I will tell you the top five best bug sprays to use, how to use them, and where to find them.

Now the first best bug spray to use if you live in a very buggy area or enjoy hiking and walking through the woods would be “Off Deep Woods Insect Repellent.” This bug spray keeps mosquitoes away that carry the West Nile Virus. The active ingredient in this bug spray is 25% DEET. The way you would use the Off Deep Woods Insect Repellent would be to spray it onto your clothing just before heading outside. The Off Deep Woods Insect Repellent cost around five dollars for a six ounce spray bottle. I would not recommend you use this bug spray on children below the age of twelve. Other wise it is pretty safe to use on adults.

The next best bug spray to use on children would be an all natural bug spray such as “All Terrain Kids Herbal Armor Spray.” It is made with natural herbs that help repel biting insects. The natural herbs in All Terrain Kids Herbal Armor Spray are Citronella, Soybean, Peppermint, Cedar, Lemongrass, Geranium Oils, Water, Beeswax, Vegetable Glycerin, Sorbitol, Potassium Sorbate, and Citric Aci. This means this bug spray is free from any DEET and other harmful chemicals and ingredients. The best way to use the All Terrain Kids Herbal Armor Spray is by gently spraying it onto your child’s clothing and eye exposed skin, but not on the face or around your child’s eyes. One four ounce bottle of All Terrain Kids Herbal Armor Spray cost around nine dollars.

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Now the third best bug spray to use on the whole entire family and even the little ones would be “Off Skintastic Insect Repellent.” It helps keeps mosquitoes, gnats, and flies from biting and flying around you. The ingredients in Off Skintastic Insect Repellent are Diethyl Meta Toluamide, Isomers, Inert, Ethyl Alcohol, Diethyl Toluamide, Fragrance, and Aloe. The way you would use this bug spray is by simply spraying it again directly onto your clothing and any exposed skin areas, and then every two hours after that. Off Skintastic Insect Repellent cost around five dollars for a six fluid ounce bottle.

The fourth best bug spray I would recommend anyone to use to keep nasty insects away would be “Bug Band Insect Repellent.” Repels mosquitoes, ticks, flies, gnats, and fleas, and it is biodegradable and harmful ingredients. The ingredients in Bug Band Insect Repellent would be Geraniol, Soybean Oil, Rosemary, Mint, Geranium Oil, Sodium Laurel Sulfate, and Inert, Water, and Vegetable Oil. These ingredients are all natural and safe to use on little children and babies even to help keep those nasty biting insects away from them as well. The way you would apply the Bug Band Insect Repellent would be by spraying the bug spray directly onto any exposed skin areas and on any clothing, but away from your face and eyes. One bottle of Bug Band Insect Repellent usually cost around seven dollars for a six ounce bottle.

The fifth and last best bug spray to use if you’re into using only organic products would be “Jason Natural Cosmetics Quit Bugging Me Natural Insect Repellent Spray.” Jason Natural Cosmetics Quit Bugging Me Natural Insect Repellent Spray is safe to use on babies and young children and is made with natural ingredients such as Soybean Oil, Geranium, Water Purified, Coconut Oil, Vegetable Glycerin, Lecithin, Citric Acid, Sodium Bicarbonate, Benzoic Acid, and Sodium Benzoate. The way you would use Jason Natural Cosmetics Quit Bugging Me Natural Insect Repellent Spray is again by gently spraying it directly onto any exposed skin and then apply it again every two to three hours after that first spray to help really keep the insects away from you. Jason Natural Cosmetics Quit Bugging Me Natural Insect Repellent Spray cost around nine dollars for a 4.5 ounce bottle of natural bug spray.

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All these bug sprays can be bought online at Drugstore.com, the Rite Aid Online Store, and from stores such as Home Depot, Lowes, Wal-Mart, Target, and even from your local drugstores and grocery stores. If you would like more information on these top five best bug sprays please check out the websites I have attached to this article. I hope you all have a bug free summer!

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