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7 Ways To Repel Mosquitos

Summer nights, backyard barbecues, and outdoor adventures are all fun and games until those annoying mosquitoes crash the party.😅 Whether you want to chill on your patio, go camping, or just relax at home without getting bitten, it's crucial to have the right mosquito repellents on hand!!❌

So today we're talking about SEVEN different ways to keep those pesky bugs away and reclaim your space!🤩 All of these methods are useful for varying situations! And they are ALL eco-friendly and avoid harsh chemicals!♻️


Bug Bracelet

These bug repellent bracelets offer a convenient, chemical-free way to keep insects at bay!!🦟 Infused with natural oils like citronella and eucalyptus, these bracelets provide long-lasting protection without the mess of sprays or lotions.🧴

They are perfect for outdoor activities, easy to wear, waterproof, and safe for all ages!👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 Their scent also isn't super bothersome for humans, but just enough to keep mosquitos away from it!!🤩


Scented Candles

Repelling bugs with scented candles is an elegant and effective way to enjoy the outdoors bite-free.🕯️ Infused with natural oils like citronella and lavender, these candles release pleasant aromas that deter mosquitoes and other pests!❌

Perfect for outdoor, evening gatherings bc they add a nice ambiance while keeping bugs away!! Not to mention, they are chemical free and look beautiful!!🥰


Essential Oil Diffuser

Essential oil diffusers release a mist of water mixed with oils like citronella and peppermint, creating a pleasant and calming atmosphere, whilst simultaneously repelling mosquitos🤩 .

Perfect for both indoor and outdoor use. They are stylish and offer a chemical-free, eco-friendly alternative to traditional repellents, combining fragrance with effective bug protection.🦟


Essential Oils On Skin

Speaking of essential oils..... did you know you can apply them directly to the skin is a natural way to repel bugs?🤯

Oils like citronella, lavender, and eucalyptus, diluted with a carrier oil (coconut oil, jojoba oil, etc.), create a protective barrier against mosquitoes and pests🦟 Just rub some on your wrists, ankles, and the back of your neck and mosquitos will stay far away from you!!


Soap On Doors/Windows

I know it might sound crazy but using soap on doors is actually a simple and effective method to repel bugs!🧼 Just rub the bar of soap (I use Irish Spring) along door frames and windowsills OR shred it into small pieces and leave them on windowsills, to create a barrier that deters insects.🤯

The soap leaves a residue that bugs find unpleasant, and this steers them away from entering your home.🏡 This easy, chemical-free solution not only keeps your living space bug-free but also leaves a pleasant fragrance. Perfect for those seeking natural and cheap pest control!!🦟


Indoor Mosquito Trap

As much as we try to prevent it, a few flies and mosquitos seem to always end up getting into the home.🥴

This sleek, little bug trap uses UV light and a special attractant to draw in mosquitoes, trapping them in its eco-friendly design! Just plug it into an outlet and it'll sneakily trap pests without releasing any chemicals, so you can chill in your home without pesky bugs bothering you. 🥳


Outdoor Mosquito Trap

This electric mosquito zapper uses fancy tech to attract and zap annoying bugs like a pro. It's got a UV light that draws in mosquitoes and then zaps them with its powerful electric grid. ⚡️

So, you can chill outdoors without those pesky mosquitoes bothering you.🥰 Whether you're having a BBQ, camping, or just hanging out on your patio, this gadget gives you a chemical-free and effective way to keep those mosquitoes away!!🦟


Summer nights are offically in FULL swing!! We hope this helped you get some more ideas on how to not get eaten alive this Summer😅

If you have any other fun mosquito repelling tips, let us know in the comments!!🤩👇

Happy Summer!!☀️

See you next week!

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