The fewer you get bitten from Ticks and Mosquitos, the lower is the risk of contracting tick-transmitted and mosquito-borne diseases. Protection against Tick and Mosquito bites is best achieved by using effective bug repellents in combination with adequate long-sleeved clothing and for the later sleeping under mosquito nets. Picaridin vs Deet Insect repellents combine one … Read morePicaridin vs DEET – Which Bug Repellent Is Better?
Picaridin is an effective repellent that protects against insects and ticks. Repellents containing Picaridin are applied directly on the skin, from where they slowly evaporate and form a “shield” that smells repelling and deterring to insects. It is effective against mosquitoes, ticks, lice, mites, and fleas and can prevent mosquito-borne and tick-transmitted diseases. Picaridin can … Read moreWhat Is Picaridin? Has Picaridin Side Effects?
Eucalyptus has been a proven remedy against many ailments. Eucalyptus oil is antiseptic and works against a variety of bacteria. It is used in many ointments, cough drops and much more. Eucalyptus Oil to Keep off Ticks Eucalyptus oil is a strong essential oil distilled from the leaf of the Eucalyptus tree (Eucalyptus globulus). It … Read moreDoes Eucalyptus repel Ticks
A few drops of Tea Tree Oil rubbed on clothing or thinly applied to lower legs can provide protection from ticks. But how does tea tree oil repel ticks? Most parasites avoid the smell of essential oils as it irritates their senses or it interferes with their body function when they come into contact with … Read moreDoes Tea Tree Oil Repel Ticks
Coconut Oil Tick Repellent ??? Coconut oil has hundreds of uses among them is the use of coconut oil for insect repellent. It can be used as a natural way to repel ticks as the scent of coconut oil irritates the senses of bugs and ticks making it more difficult for these nasty pests to … Read moreCoconut Oil, a natural way to repel ticks