Bugs and mosquitoes can ruin even the most pleasant summer day. Apart from being extremely annoying, they are capable of spreading infections and diseases.
Teach these pesky things a lesson with the BUZZ-OFF INSECT REPELLENT AROMATHERAPY SPRAY
and they will never bug you again.
- Buzz off has Eucalyptus Citriadora. This essential oil is actually approved by the Environmental Protection Agency to keep bugs at bay.
- Like those traditional bug sprays, BUZZ OFF can keep you from swatting and scratching.
- But unlike traditional bug sprays, it’s gentle enough to use on even the youngest members of your family.
- It smells much better than all of those chemical-laden bug sprays!
Here is what our clients are saying about Buzz-Off!:
“Buzz Off is just what we have been asking for! Safe, effective bug repellent with a pleasant scent we tested it out camping and no pests! The poodle loves it too!! Thank you Cristina”
“We had a barbecue tonight and I don’t have to tell you here in Georgia about the bugs! I brought the Buzz-Off spray for everyone to use, they loved it and loved the way it smelled as well and how easy it was to apply. Thank you for such a wonderful product.”
“Summers in Georgia are a breeding ground for mosquitoes and other biting insects. I was delighted to hear that Aromandina developed a “healthy” bug spray and jumped at the chance to try it. I was not disappointed! Not only does the product smell great, but it’s a perfect solution for keeping the bugs away! Not one little nibble occurred while outside! I can easily recommend Buzz-Off to our clients and know that they won’t be disappointed in the integrity of this great product! Kudos to Aromandina!”
© 2013, Cristina Proano-Carrion,
This information is based on traditional use of aromatherapy and it does not intend to diagnose or treat any condition. This information should not be used as a substitute for medical counseling with a health care professional. No part of this article may be reproduced in whole or in part without the explicit written permission of Aromandina.