DEETfree Natural Insect Repellent Hits U.S. Market

Many of our bug sprays manufactured here in America contain DEET and/or citronella, both of which have been banned as active ingredients in similar products manufactured in the European Union countries.
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Many of our bug sprays manufactured here in America contain DEET and/or citronella, both of which have been banned as active ingredients in similar products manufactured in the European Union countries.
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With fly season upon us, we're about to begin the same struggle we face every summer as we try to find an effective, long-lasting insect repellent that is affordable and can be used on both ourselves and our pets. Many of our bug sprays manufactured here in America contain DEET and/or citronella, both of which have been banned as active ingredients in similar products manufactured in the European Union countries.

This ban, which became effective in 2006, cited harmful effects on both humans and animals of exposure to a number of "natural" products, including citronella oil, eucalyptus oil, and neem oil, to name a few. DEET also was included in the ban.

If you'd like to try a product that is DEET and citronella free, but has been tested independently in Europe, look into DEETfree Natural insect repellents. After four years of selling products in the European market, DEETfree Natural is now available in the United States. These products are derived from an old herbal recipe used for generations to stop insects from biting both people and animals. It also can be reapplied as often as needed and is safe on all age groups. So, use it on your toddler, your puppy, and your geriatric horse with equal peace-of-mind.

For more information on this product, visit www.buydeetfree.com.