Have you ever started to take a bite of your fresh-off-the-grill, BBQ'd hamburger only to have a nearby bug repelling spray hit your nostrils and ruin the flavor? Meet a bug repellant that doesn't reek of chemicals, is free of Deet, and naturally nourishes your skin while keeping the pesky mosquitoes and bugs away.
The Bug Block not only acts as a lotion, but doubles as a bug repellent.
Ingredients: 76 degree naturally refined coconut oil, unbleached beeswax, naturally refined shea butter, essential oils of citronella, cedarwood, and rosemary.
Have questions about the essential oils used in our Bug Block? See full report here.
- Long-lasting lotion
- Nourishes extremely dry skin
- Relieves some cases of mild eczema
What can I say other than it works too keep mosquitoes from biting in most situations. Now if I go out into the wilds of Alaska, I'm sorry, but DEET does a better job, but then those are extreme mosquitoes out there. But for in the yard, garden, at a picnic I really like Bug Block to ward off them pesky mosquitoes without resorting to harsh chemicals.
really like the bug off
Works great and it’s not bad for you because it’s all natural-
For a bug block this really has a pleasant scent. There is that citronella smell but no where near as artificial smelling as commercial brands. The stick moisturizes as well. I really haven’t been outside during peak mosquito time but have used it on the golf course. The only reason I gave it 4 stars because it’s really hard and long to cover your whole body with 1 stick. For me I would prefer a lotion that spreads quicker.
We live on a golf course and this spring the bugs and gnats have been bad. I used it for the first time last week and it worked great. I like the stick for the golf cart.