Pink House - Insect Repellent Spray, 120ml
Pink House Insect Repellent is a fresh-smelling, non-greasy, plant-based insect repellent that is safe on the skin and kind to the environment.
- Smells fresh
- No harmful chemicals
- Won’t leave residue, non-sticky
- Repels, not kills, nature-friendly
- Plant-based formula, safe on skin
Pink House Insect Repellent is a fresh-smelling, plant-based bug repellent that contains no harmful chemicals. Unlike other bug sprays, this insect repellent works by driving them away, not killing them, so it’s safe to use during a hike, at the park, while gardening or at home.
Pink House Insect Repellent contains 6 essential oils that work together to protect against common insects. These are:
Basil and Lemongrass: These herbs naturally contain citronellal, a compound that can disorient flies, mosquitoes and ants and drive them away.
Rosemary and Tea tree: Flies, mosquitoes, ticks and midges avoid the scent of these herbs. In fact, some farms use tea tree on cows to prevent flies from hovering over them.
Peppermint: Peppermint is physically irritating to arachnids, moths, bees, cockroaches, and aphids, and discourages them from getting close once they detect the smell.
White thyme: According to research, thyme is better than chemical repellents at repelling mosquitoes. It also repels chiggers, ticks and bed bugs.
Usage and Storage Instructions
Shake well before use and apply on exposed skin as needed.
This natural insect repellent is filled with potent essential oils. It is recommended to test on a small area first and observe for hypersensitivity reactions.
Keep pets from licking the repellent.
Store in a cool, safe place out of reach of pets and children.
Purified water, isopropyl alcohol 99%, basil oil, peppermint oil, rosemary oil, white thyme oil, tea tree oil, lemongrass oil.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Pink House Insect Repellent safe to use around children and pets?
Yes! It does not contain DEET, a popular insect repellent that is potentially toxic to pets and aquatic animals. It also does not contain permethrin, a natural insect repellent that, while nontoxic to humans, can kill pollinators.