Directions for Use: Apply a thin film to exposed skin, avoiding eyes, mouth, wounds, and sensitive, irritated or sunburned skin. To apply to face, spray a small amount on hands and rub on face. Apply sparingly, only when necessary, and not under clothing. Always supervise applications on children and do not apply to the hands of young children. After returning indoors, wash treated skin and contaminated clothing with soap and water. Reapply at 2 hour intervals only if exposure to mosquitos continues. DO NOT EXCEED 2 APPLICATIONS PER DAY.
- Health Canada Pest Control Product Registration Number 25797
Eucalyptus oil… 0.64%,
Pine needle oil….0.64%,
Geranium oil …..0.64%
Precautions: KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. DO NOT USE ON CHILDREN, 2 YEARS OLD AND LESS. For external use only. May cause skin reactions on sensitive individuals. Discontinue use if signs of irritation or rash appear. Can be used safely when used according to the label directions.
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Dani: about a year ago
Please do not use this bug spray on pets!!!! It contains citrus essential oils, camphor, pine oil and geranium oil, all of which are highly toxic to dogs and cats. This product is a pretty good mosquito repellant for humans (though I find in lots of places in Canada, when the mosquito season starts, nothing seems to help a lot), please, please don't use it on your pets. Even if you just use it on their collar or hankerchief, just breathing in the vapours is highly dangerous to them. There are some oils that are not toxic to your pets and may help with mosquitoes and ticks but not this product.
Elaine: more than a year ago
Went to the Caymans and sprayed as directed. Within a couple of minutes all of us got bitten. At dinner I got 10 bites in various places (about an hour dinner). It's greasy, smells like citronella candles but doesn't work. It has oil of lemon and eucalyptus but I was in a rush and misread the label when I purchased it. It's oil of lemon eucalyptus that works. Lemon oil is not the same.