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Buzz-Off Oil Bug Spray

Buzz-Off Bug Spray is an All natural insect and mosquito repellent that contains a blend of the worlds most effective repellent essential oils and it works well for a large variety of insects. Insects bothered by the Buzz-Off Natural Insect repellent include mosquitoes, black flies, gnats and deer flies to name a few.

I've been told many stories of its effectiveness. I personally tested this in the evening on my deck in Minnesota with shorts on (bare legs) and it was a bit eary... but the mosquitos would bounce off my legs and then fly away, I never got one bite the whole time I was out there (about an hour).

As you know it is important to protect yourself from mosquitoes and other insects as they can carry West Nile virus and other diseases that can be transmitted through insect bites.

Key Ingrediets: Citronella Essential Oil

4 oz.

Mosquito Attractants
Use this list of items and activities that attract mosquitoes as a list of things to avoid or that can be used as bait to lure mosquitoes away from you.

* Dark Clothing
Many mosquitoes use vision to locate hosts from a distance. Dark clothes and foliage are initial attractants.

* Carbon Dioxide
You give off more carbon dioxide when you are hot or have been exercising. A burning candle or other fire is another source of carbon dioxide.

* Lactic Acid
You release more lactic acid when you have been exercising or after eating certain foods (e.g., salty foods, high-potassium foods).

* Floral or Fruity Fragrances
In addition to perfumes, hair products, and scented sunscreens, watch for the subtle floral fragrance from fabric softeners and dryer sheets.

* Skin Temperature
The exact temperature depends on the type of mosquito. Many mosquitoes are attracted to the slightly cooler temperatures of the extremities.

* Moisture
Mosquitoes are attracted by perspiration because of the chemicals it contains and also because it increases the humidity around your body. Even small amounts of water (e.g., moist plants or mud puddles) will draw mosquitoes. Standing water also allows mosquitoes to reproduce.

Glossary of Key Ingredients