Itâ€™s that time of year where the mosquitoes and no seeums began to invade South Florida and suddenly you got bug bites appear that start to itch. The best defense is to stop them before they bite.
Neem Tree Farms in Florida has some terrific products that can help protect you from those summer insect bites â€“ get their Natural Insect Repellent to ward off mosquitoes and other biting insects
Botanical Outdoor Spray
Neem Tree Farms made the original Botanical Outdoor Gel a gel because itâ€™s easier to apply on squirming children and lasts longer than a spray. Some of their customers, however, prefer a spray because it goes on more quickly and others asked for a formula without citronella. This new all-natural product is scented with essential oils of lemongrass, cedar and lavender with the additional boost of karanja oil, traditionally used to create a synergy with neem. 4 oz size
INGREDIENTS: Distilled water, cold-pressed azadirachta indica (neem) oil, Pongamia Glabra (Karanja) seed oil, ), essential oils of Lavandula Angustifolia (lavender), Cedrus atlantica (cedarwood) and Cymbopogon Flexuosus (lemongrass), and natural emulsifier made with plant products.
Botanical Outdoor Gel
No US company has EPA approval to sell neem products labeled to repel mosquitoes or gnats. Neem Tree Farmâ€™s gel is made with a neem leaf extract and aloe vera base (to soothe bites you already have!), wild-crafted neem oil, citronella and geraniol. Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed â€” if you donâ€™t think it works, Neem Tree Farms will refund the cost of the product.
INGREDIENTS: Azadirachta indica (neem) leaf extract, aloe vera gel, cold-pressed azadirachta indica (neem) oil, essential oil of Cymbopogon nardus (citronella) oil, triethanolamne, polysorbate 20, diazolidinil urea, butylcarbamate, citric acid, geraniol.
Neem Tree Farms BEST OFFER: Some of their best customers are groups like scouts and outdoor organizations, so theyâ€™ve cut the price for (10) four-ounce bottles to just $42.99. You can share them among your group â€” some organizations even use them as fundraisers.