Natural Insect Repellant – Bug Free Essential Oil Blend – Mosquito Repeller – Makes Spray, Lotion, Oil for Skin – 100% Pure – 15 ml

Natural Insect Repellant – Bug Free Essential Oil Blend – Mosquito Repeller – Makes Spray, Lotion, Oil for Skin – 100% Pure – 15 ml

Natural Insect Repellant - Bug Free Essential Oil Blend - Mosquito Repeller - Makes Spray, Lotion, Oil for Skin - 100% Pure - 15 ml



A powerful elixir of purely natural elements, helping you to enjoy the great outdoors – Keep the bugs away naturally with our Natural Bug Repellant Blend.

Add our Insect Repellant Essential Oil Blend to your cart now, you’ll be thanking us later.

$ 19.99

Natural Insect Repellant - Bug Free Essential Oil Blend - Mosquito Repeller - Makes Spray, Lotion, Oil for Skin - 100% Pure - 15 ml

  • MOST POPULAR FOR: A natural bug, mosquito, tick repellent. DEET free
  • Our Insect Essential Oil Blend consists of 100% pure essential oils; Lemongrass, Eucalyptus, Lavender, Palmarosa, and Citronella
  • SCIENTIFICALLY PROVEN PURITY by gas-liquid chromatography and then a mass spectrometer ensuring the entire distillation extraction and bottling production method results in only Best Grade Essential Oil of outstanding purity. Therapeutic and 100% pure.
  • REFRESHING 90 DAY GUARANTEE! deSensua essential oils offer such supreme quality that they’re proudly backed with a special 3 MONTH satisfaction guarantee!
  • OUR PREMIUM GRADE OIL IN OUR BEST PACKAGING. All deSensua Premuim Grade essential oils are lovingly presented in a soft black velvet gift pouch protecting your photoprotective DAG Vial Deepest Amber Glass and its precious contents.

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This information may not fit your specific health circumstances and is only intended to supplement, not replace advice from your doctor or qualified healthcare provider. This information is not meant to cover all possible uses, interactions, precautions, or effects. Please consult your healthcare provider to address your specific health circumstances.

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