Be Gone Little Black Mosquitos!
NEW Insect Repellent!!! Living in suburban Long Island, New York, we are bombarded with tiny black mosquitos. They are like little ninjas. You don’t see them, but they love to bite us! My poor son, Frankie, is allergic to mosquito bites. His body swells from the bites. You can imagine how excited I was when Young Living announced that they created an Insect Repellent! I literally screamed out loud with excitement when I heard the news. I always avoided using products that contain DEET. “DEET has been shown to harm brain and nervous system function. Children are particularly at risk for subtle neurological changes because their skin more readily absorbs chemicals in the environment, and chemicals exert more potent effects on their developing nervous systems.” Dr. Mercola
Clinical Tested for Efficacy
Young Living’s NEW Insect Repellent has been clinically proven to repel mosquitos and prevent bug bites. It contains 99% active ingredients, plus 1% vitamin E. It’s formulated with bug repelling essential oils like Citronella, Lemongrass, Rosemary, Geranium, Spearmint, Thyme, and Clove. The formula is hypoallergenic and leaves the skin feeling smooth and moisturized, instead of greasy or sticky. It’s safe to use on children and is vegan friendly.
Now the true test…will it work to help my most susceptible boy remain bite free? I applied the insect repellent to Frankie’s neck, arms, and legs. He then went fishing with his Dad and I’m happy to report he came home without any bug bites! Now I need something to remind him to use it every day. Oh, the life of a 13 year old boy who’s always on the go!
Who else is excited for Young Living’s NEW Insect Repellent?
Chelsa Bruno & Dana Ripepe
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