Botanical Chemist 100% Natural Bug Spray 100ml

Botanical Chemist Repellant 2x125ml Botanical Chemist 100% Natural Bug Spray
Botanical Chemist Repellant Botanical Chemist 100% Natural Bug Spray
Botanical Chemist Repellant Botanical Chemist 100% Natural Bug Spray

Botanical Chemist 100% Natural Bug Spray 100ml

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We know you want to use only the best products for you and your family. We have spent time blending and refining out Natural bug spray to get the best results. 

This pure, fresh blend of a 100% natural oils offers a safe alternative to the ever important bug spray.

Including citronella, rosemary, lemon, eucalyptus oil, rosemary, peppermint and manuka oil. 

Shake well before use and store at below 30C.

Spray when required.

Re-apply every 2-3 hours (don't forget your feet!). 


* Please consult your health care practitioner if symptoms do not improve. Test patch before use and discontinue if allergic reaction occurs.

Water, Witch Hazel, Isopropyl Alcohol, Natural palm-free anionic surfactant, essential oils of citronella, Manuka Oil, Geranium, Lemon Eucalyptus, Lemon Myrtle, Lavender, Peppermint, Rosemary and Thyme. 

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