Over the 4th of July weekend we spent quite a bit of time outdoors at night.
I don’t need to mention what happens outside at night in the summer. If you go out without protection, you are eaten alive. I don’t care how close you sit next to the citronella torches and candles, you still become mosquito bait.
Over the years we had tried several mosquito repellents. We tried the traditional products that are available in stores that contain deet and we tried home made remedies such as Avon’s Skin So Soft and natural plant oils. I’m particularly fond of Neem, but we can’t always find it at our local health store.
Enter Bite Blocker Insect Repellent
My hubby found a product called Bite Blocker while surfing the Magellan site. He ordered a 4.7 ounce spray bottle of the stuff and we got to try it out this weekend.
Bite Blocker mosquito repellent has the following ingredients:
These ingredients are much less harmful than spraying a can of deet all over the body. In addition to the lack of deet, it has a subtle non overwhelming fragrance. To me it has a light lavender smell. It actually smells pretty good.
One application lasts for 8 hours and its waterproof and sweatproof.
Bite Free July 4th Bar-B-Q
We pulled out the bottle of Bite Blocker at the 4th of July Bar-B-Q and I was pleased to find that the next morning I didn’t have any new mosquito bites to scratch. I’m particularly ecstatic about this because in every gathering there is one person the mosquitoes usually prefer. Yours truly is that person. Now I’ve got a deet free solution to the common mosquito bite problem.
Now that we know it works, we’re stocking up. BTW, if you don’t like sprays, Bite Blocker also comes in a lotion.