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EcoSmart Insect Repellent -- 6 fl oz

EcoSmart Insect Repellent
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EcoSmart Insect Repellent -- 6 fl oz

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EcoSmart Insect Repellent Description

  • Pump Spray
  • Repels Mosquitoes
  • Safe Around Children & Pets When Used as Directed

EcoSmart Insect Repellent, made from a belnd of essential plant oils, is an effective repellent that is environmentally friendly and is safe for use around children and pets when used as directed.


Shake well before using.


Hold container 6 inches from skin and spray with a slow sweeping motion. EcoSmart Insect Repellent can be applied directly to skin. Use just enough repellent to cover exposed skin and/or clothing. To apply to face, spray palm of hand and rub on. Apply every hour or as needed as effeciveness varies with excessive perspiration. Do not spray eyes and mouth directly. Do not apply over cuts, wounds or irritated/sunburned skin.


Storage and disposal: Do not reuse. Recycle if available.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients: Active ingredients: geraniol 1.00%, rosemary oil 0.50%, cinnamon oil 0.50%, lemongrass oil 0.50%.
Inert ingredients: isopropyl alcohol, water, isopropyl myristate, wintergreen oil.

Precautionary statements: This product contains wintergreen oil and other essential plant oils, which may cause sensitivity and skin irritation. If skin irritation occurs, wash treated area with soap and water. Avoid contact with eyes. If product gets in eyes, flush eyes with water for several minutes. Consult a physician if irritation persists. Provide adult supervision when applying to children. Do not apply to hands of children.


Combustible: do not use or store near excessive heat or open flame.


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