BugAway bug spray

$14.00 - $49.00
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A light lotion spray of therapeutic grade essential oils long known for their excellent insect repelling effects. A warm citrus scent, ideal for the gardener, camper and outdoor enthusiast.

Carefully selected pure essential oils, blended with clove water and soya oil for added energy and staying power. Beautiful scent... effective formulation!

BugAway Ingredients: Distilled water, clove floral water, soya bean oil, polysorbate 20 (to emulsify oils), essential oils of citronella, cedarwood, lime, lemon eucalyptus, rose geranium, patchouli, neem extract, cetearyl alcohol, sodium cetylstearyl sulfate (emulsifiers).

Click here to download pdf brochure and product information.


Some serious concerns about DEET:


CDC confirms effectiveness of "oil of lemon eucalyptus":


Effective Ingredients
Essential oils have been used for centuries as incense, perfumes and cosmetics and for their medical and culinary applications.

Today, with the ever-growing awareness of the power of nature and our responsibility to our environment, we are turning again to safer and natural choices.

The essential oils chosen for Gardener's BugAway have been shown over thousands of years to be effective in safely defending against:

• mosquitoes
• ticks
• black flies
• deer flies
• moths


How do I Use Gardener's BugAway?
Simply spray on and rub in.
Reapply every 2-4 hours or as needed.

Avoid spraying directly on face. Instead, spray on your hands and pat face and neck area, staying away from eyes. If it gets directly in the eyes, blinking frequently will help flush the eye. It is recommended to rinse the eye with fresh water for several minutes.

•You must still use a good sunscreen if you will be in the direct sun.
•Avoid use on infants
•Product does not need refrigeration.
•Essential oils will evaporate, so keep lid on.

PETS: Many of our customer have used Gardener's BugAway on their pets. If you choose to use Gardener's BugAway on your pet, spray on your hands first and rub it into the fur. Use sparingly and avoid the face completely.



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  • 5
    Algonquin Park

    Posted by Kathy Rogers-Hartley on 26th Jul 2014

    One of my customers swears by this. She took it to Algonquin park with her in the SPRING and had no problems with the bugs!