Natural Barrier for Little Intruders Outdoors

Açık Havada Davetsiz Minik Misafirler İçin Doğal Bariyer

It is not the mosquito we are exposed to especially in the summer months, it will be a good way for our health to know that the way to remove insects, lice, bed mates, ticks, spiders and bees that we may encounter in nature and even in our homes is not through chemicals. At the same time, being natural with the wonderful scents of oils will make you feel good.

How to make a natural pest repellent?

For recipe 1; the materials you need,

  • 100 ml Spray Bottle
  • 100 Ml Purified Water
  • 10 Drops Adalin Tea Tree Essential Oil,
  • 10 Drops Adalin Citronella Essential Oil,
  • 10 Drops Adalin Orange Peel Essential Oil
  • 10 Drops Adalin Lavender Essential Oil

Let's add our oils in the list into the spray bottle where we put the purified water. By not shaking the bottle thoroughly each time you use it, you can safely use it on the areas that like to bite the most, such as your hands, legs, arms, neck.

For recipe 2; the materials you need;

  • 100ml Spray Bottle
  • 100 Ml Purified Water
  • 10 Drops Adalin Citronella Essential Oil
  • 8 Drops Adalin Peppermint Essential Oil
  • 8 Drops Adalin Tea Tree Essential Oil
  • 6 Drops Adalin Rosemary Essential Oil
  • 10 Drops Adalin Lavender Essential Oil

Let's add our oils in the list into the spray bottle where we put the purified water. By not shaking the bottle thoroughly each time you use it, you can safely use it on the areas that like to bite the most, such as your hands, legs, arms, neck.

For recipe 3; the materials you need;

  • 100ml Spray Bottle
  • 100 Ml Purified Water
  • 10 Drops Adalin Citronella Essential Oil
  • 10 Drops Adalin Peppermint Essential Oil
  • 10 Drops Adalin Eucalyptus Essential Oil
  • 10 Drops Adalin Lavender Essential Oil

Let's add our oils in the list into the spray bottle where we put the purified water. By not shaking the bottle thoroughly each time you use it, you can safely use it on the areas that like to bite the most, such as your hands, legs, arms, neck.

Mosquito - eucalyptus, mint, lemon, clove, thyme, geranium, lavender
Fleas - cedarwood, eucalyptus, tea tree, lavender, orange, pine turpentine,
Ticks - Geranium , juniper, thyme, grapefruit,

Do a patch test

Patch testing allows you to see how your skin reacts to a substance before using it more commonly. Here are the steps to patch testing:

  1. Wash the inside of your arm with a mild, unscented soap and dry the area gently.
  2. Spray the area of ​​your arm that you are washing with the spray you have prepared.
  3. Observe the area you sprayed for 24 hours.

If you notice any redness, irritation or discomfort within 24 hours, wash your skin thoroughly with gentle soap and water. Do not use essential oil if any reaction develops during patch testing.

If there is no irritation for 24 hours, it is safe to use your spray. However, a successful patch test does not mean that you will not develop an allergy or experience a reaction after use in the future.

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