Is this bug spray for people or dogs?
It’s for both! Our formula has developed over the years to include oils that deter pests that bother people, with lemon eucalyptus and citronella to prevent mosquitos and gnats from landing, and pests that bother pets, with wintergreen to keep away fleas and woodsy lavender & cedar to discourage ticks
How do I use this spray on my pet?
Pets are gifted with a much keener sense of smell than humans, and as such this product should always be used with care and consideration around pets. We find the best way to use this product is to spray it on a fabric scarf or bandana to tie around your dog’s neck. Botanical bug spray should never be sprayed directly on bare patches of a pet’s skin, or on or near their face and eyes. Please consult with your veterinarian before use on pets with sensitive skin and discontinue immediately if irritation should occur
What oils do you use?
Our spray is made using a proprietary blend of 17 natural essential oils, many of them USDA certified organic. We include cooling peppermint, lemony lemongrass and lemon eucalyptus, and known bug defenders like geranium and citronella. These are all blended with skin-soothing U.S.A. distilled witch hazel, which ensures the product can be applied frequently throughout the day, and helps counteract inflammation from past bug bites
How often should I apply?
We recommend you re-apply our bug spray every 1.5 to 2 hours
The contents of my bottle look separated, is that normal?
Yes! Our formula is wholly natural, with NO additives, and NO artificial ingredients. The high content of essential oils (over 10% active ingredients) will naturally rise to the top of the bottle…simply shake vigorously until your spray in opaque and spritz away
Can I spray this on my clothes and shoes?
Before using this product on fabric always perform a small spot check. For those with extremely sensitive skin, (often those who suffer most from bug bites and cannot tolerate chemical bug sprays containing DEET) applying this product to clothes, shoes, socks, and hats can be a lifesaver to keep away bugs