Enjoy a BUG FREE Summer! Try These Mosquito Repellent Bracelets

I think most people could agree, that the one thing that keeps them from Completely enjoying being outside all the time, is Mosquitoes!
Well, now hopefully, you can TAKE BACK YOUR SUMMER!

These Mosquito Repellent Bracelets are pretty cool actually. They definitely have a scent, not too overpowering but definitely noticeable. It's also, not necessarily a bad smell, just herbal.
They are designed with several holes, so you can fit it as you need too and can last up to 150 hours. I got a pack of 5, which is perfect since I have 5 people in my family.  I put these on my kids, husband and I when we were outside at 2 separate family gatherings. I didn't notice the bugs actually retreating, but I did notice that I wasn't as bug bite ridden as expected. In fact I think I only had two or so on my lower legs. My husband and kids don't get bit as much as I do, so I couldn't tell on them.
I think this is a pretty awesome product. Because we love spending time outside, but I also Hate getting bit. This is definitely something I will continue to use, as it allows me more freedom from worry about the consequences of being outside in a mosquito rich environment!

Also, these are completely natural and only contain natural ingredients such as citronella, eucalyptus, lavendar and mint oils. No harsh chemicals that are bad for you and your skin. Great for use on adults and kids, just make sure the kids keep them out of their mouths :)

You can find these Mosquito Repellent Bracelets and read other reviews here on Amazon!
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00YD56W0U

I did receive this product for free through Tomoson.com as part of a product trial but the experience and opinions expressed in this post are my own unbiased opinion and my only compensation was this product.
#mosquito #gotitfree from #Tomoson #sponsored




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