6 Kinds of Natural Mosquito Repellent
As the summer season is finally beginning to start, nothing feels better than leaving the winter jackets behind and being able to spend your days outside in the sun. Healthline wants to try to make sure you can enjoy the days spent outside a bit more with their list of 6 Kinds of Natural Mosquito Repellent. This list provides alternatives for people who want to say goodbye to the chemicals and toxic smells of common DEET mosquitos repellents but still provide protection for themselves and their family against pesky mosquitos. And most importantly, you will be doing it in a natural way, which will leave people waiting to know your secret when you decline the use of the common manufactured repellant and still remain bite-free.
If you want to get really creative this summer, you can even opt in to growing and making your own repellents; now that will really leave people impressed! As difficult as this may sound, it is really much simpler than what you and many others may think. Lavender is an easy to grow and common outdoor and indoor garden plant, and it is actually on the list of natural repellents. The oil and fragrance from the lavender plant, which you can produce yourself by just crushing some of the flowers, is the first step in naturally repelling mosquitos. Just apply this oil to bite-sensitive areas or on parts of your clothing and you have just made your first-ever, impressive, natural mosquito repellent. Congratulations. However, the fun isn't over - there are still 5 more on the list.
If you want to learn more about the different types of natural mosquito repellents and the ways you can produce them yourself, in addition to ensuring you are doing it safely for you and your family, you're only one click away. To read more, please visit the link below to the 'Healthline' website that is linked below.
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