Tick Tock Naturals Organic Insect Repellent 2.5 oz

Tick Tock Naturals Organic Insect Repellent 2.5 oz

One travel size bottle can offer one person protection for up an entire year with this concentrated formula. 


Our DEET-free organic insect repellent is safe for everyone to use for bug bite prevention. The travel size is perfect on the go! Easy to carry on the plane, in your weekender bag, diaper bag or golf bag. The 2.5 oz. meets TSA regulations for carry on luggage requirements. Works with your favorite sunblock. Always apply sunblock prior to application of insect repellent just prior to going outdoors. Use it like a moisturizer on your skin. It is biodegradable, will not harm the environment and contains no synthetic chemicals.

Active Ingredients: Lemongrass oil, Thyme oil, Rosemary oil, eugenol
Inactive Ingredients: Grapeseed oil

CAUTIONS: This product is for external use only. Do not swallow or spray into eyes/face. Adult supervision is required with children. This product is not intended for use during pregnancy.

*A portion of each bottle sale goes tor funding in research, education of tick borne diseases including Chronic Lyme Disease.

 *These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to treat or cure any disease.



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