Introducing Repel Synergy Blend

May 15, 2017

It’s always a joy meeting outdoor-loving folks while camping, hiking, sunbathing on the beach or picnicking at the park. Unless they’re bugs. Unfortunately, insects love hanging out with people more than we appreciate their company. To all of you bugs out there, be gone! If asking isn’t enough, EG has just the thing.

Repel synergy blend is a protective combination of Ylang Ylang, Nootka Tree, Cedarwood, Catnip, Lemon Eucalyptus, Litsea, Arborvitae and Vanilla. Unlike over the counter bug sprays, Repel has an earthy aroma that people will love but bugs will find unbearable. Stay protected from unwelcome insects with Repel synergy blend.

This or That: Repel vs Pest Defy

Repel and Pest Defy were both created to ban bugs, so how does one decide between these two protective blends? Pest Defy is a simple blend with classic bug repelling EOs like Citronella. EG has remained bug free on our outdoor adventures over the years with Pest Defy. Repel was formulated with new oils to Edens Garden, such as Nootka Tree and Catnip. We added Catnip as it has been found to be one of the most effective essential oils in repelling bugs naturally. Nepetalactone, a major constituent of Catnip, is currently trying to be produced synthetically by chemists as a replacement for DEET in many commercial bug sprays.

At EG, we understand everyone is different which is why we’ve formulated multiple blends that target the same issue. No matter which one you choose, both Repel and Pest Defy will defend against insects, making your outdoor experience a great one.  

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COMMENTS

  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Stephanie! You might try our Shoo Fly OK For Kids blend, which was specifically formulated for children ages 2+: http://bit.ly/2qPLyxK

    On May 22, 2017

  • Stephanie says...

    How do you recommend I use this product with my children? I am somewhat new to essential oils.
    Thank you!

    On May 20, 2017

  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Jeni! We have not tried on ticks, so can’t be sure. A 3-5% dilution rate is recommended.

    On May 16, 2017

  • Jeni says...

    Does this repel ticks as well? What is the mixing ratio?

    On May 15, 2017

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