Protect Yourself This Summer With This Mosquito Repellent

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Masha Berman Contributor
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Mosquitos just love me in the summertime, and I just hate them with such a fiery passion. So, I need to find a way to make sure they stay as far away from me as possible. I have tried a lot of repellents out there, but this Repel Lemon Eucalyptus Natural Insect Repellent Pump has worked the best for me so far. And it could be your repellent of choice as well.

Normally $36, this insect repellent pump is 9 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $7, this insect repellent is 19 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Repel Lemon Eucalyptus Natural Insect Repellent Pump, 1 unit, 4-oz on sale for $5.66

First, it contains lemon eucalyptus oil, which is good for your skin, unlike those other repellents who have ingredients full of harsh chemicals. It also has a very nice, refreshing scent. Second, it actually keeps the bugs away. It repels mosquitos for up to six hours before you have to reapply (though you can generously reapply before that if you’re of the paranoid variety like me). Of course using mosquito repellent gives you stronger protection against any diseases those nasty bugs may carry, including Zika and West Nile Virus, depending where you are in the world.

This repellent comes in a four-ounce container, and you have the choice of purchasing a pack of one, two, or six. If you just the one, it is only $5.66 on Amazon. And the package of six retails for $30.72.

No matter where you are in the world, you could always use a good bug repellent, and this one is one of the best.

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Masha Berman