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Green Mountain Tick Repellent

Green Mountain Tick Repellent


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DEET-Free Repellent Effectively Protects You From Ticks That Carry Lyme Disease

We found this all-natural tick repellent right here in Vermont, where it was developed by a skin-care nurse. An effective blend of rose geranium, lemongrass, and cedarwood essential oils, this pleasant-smelling formula proves to be offensive to ticks repelling them away from you, your family, and precious pets. This DEET-free spray provides lasting protection against Lyme disease-carrying ticks and is safe for people and pets. Use as directed. Keep away from eyes and mouth. 4 oz. spray bottle.

  • Formulated in Vermont, where tick season lasts for months and months
  • Created by a skin-care nurse
  • All-natural blend of essential oils
  • Safe for people and pets
  • DEET free

When it comes to keeping you, your family, and your pets safe from ticks who carry Lyme disease, nothing but the best will do. That’s why you need to keep this DEET free, all-natural tick repellent on hand when tick season begins.

Green Mountain Tick Repellent

Safety Warnings

Keep out of reach of children. Do not ingest. Keep out of eyes.

Ingredients

Rose geranium, Lemongrass essential oil, Cedar wood essential oil,
Alcohol, Filtered water.

Care

Shake bottle. Spray on liberally. Reapply after swimming.

Specifications

Shelf Life: 6-8 Months

Origin

Manufactured In: USA

Material - Country Of Origin: USA

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A Natural Tick Repellent that Really Works I have been using this product on my Greys for a month and rarely see ticks anymore. Before, I would find at least 1-2 ticks on them every time they went outside, especially on the fawn colored female. A spritz on the ears, between the shoulders, and base of tail does the trick. I love the fact that it is natural with no chemicals. June 26, 2014
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