Bug Block

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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.

No Deet!

Have questions about the essential oils used in our Bug Block? See full report here.

Features

  • Long-lasting lotion
  • Non-greasy
  • Nourishes extremely dry skin
  • Relieves some cases of mild eczema
  • Travel-friendly
  • Bug-repelling

Customer Reviews

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A.
Smells great, feels great...bugs still love me. Your mileage may vary.

I considered 1-star for the Bug Block lotion stick because, for me, it didn't repel mosquitoes as I had hoped & I wanted to offer a 'your-mileage may vary' stance for balanced reviewing.

But such a low rating is unwarranted because it is still a good-quality lotion stick that I plan to continue using...just not against bugs.

I suspect that it isn't so much the fault of the product as it's almost impossible to keep bugs away from me. You see, mosquitoes are attracted to sweat, & I sweat a lot...as in, I think I could qualify for a hyperhydrosis diagnosis. It's just a whole lot worse in the summer.

I never understood why some people apply lotion in the morning or during the day because, in my experience, my skin ends up slippery, wet, & gross from the combination of lotion & sweat. I sweat more when I wear lotion or skin products, which is why I only apply in the evening when I'm moving less & thus less prone to sweating. I first noticed this with sunscreen & then other products like facial moisturizer.

So I gave Bug Block a try last 4th of July sitting outside watching the town's fireworks from my backyard. I applied it lightly; other reviewers said that a little went a long way. The bites began & I started applying more until I was at the point where I was probably coated in the stuff & had worked up an icky sweat, still getting bitten. I gave up & went inside to watch through a window. I wound up taking another shower to wash off the sweat & lotion & put on dry clothes. :(

It didn't block bugs for me, but I think that's a personal thing. Your mileage may vary. It does smell lovely (if you like citronella & citrusy scents as I do) & it's a good-quality lotion stick that I plan to use on my hands & such...just without the intention to repel mosquitoes. 3 stars because, for me, it didn't work as per its purpose, but it's still a high-quality lotion stick.

M
M.
Excellent product!

Finally!!! Bug repellent that works with out the harsh chemicals in it. We started using this last summer and loved the pleasant smell that kept the bugs away while not irritating sensitive skin.

L
L.
Works pretty well

We have only used this a handful of times. We have the bars and the stick. It seems to work really well on some of my daughters, but not so much on one of them. She gets a several bites with this on, but gets eaten alive without it. I definitely like the way it smells, and I feel so much better using this than a commercial spray product.

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Fleas-B-Gone

I know Bug Block is more for flying bugs, and that’s what I got it for, but I haven’t been bitten by a flea since the first time I used it on my ankles. LOVE this stuff! Good clean fragrance, too!

J
J.
Love The Smell

I love this product because the ingredients are not harsh. It nourishes your skin while protecting you from bugs. Plus the smell is awesome!