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Deet free is always less lasting.
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Best bug repellant, deet free. Cutter is exactly the same but this is cheaper now.
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Uggh. This stuff is repellent!
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Does it work on fleas?
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Does it work on fleas?
repels lot of bugs and insects and smells good too
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The smell is very distinct, I don't love it but it does work. Bought two, thanks OP!
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Deet free is always less lasting.
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Began using this two years ago when I started backpacking. Works as good as the deet stuff. Going to check how much I have left and will get a bottle if need as this is a very good price. Thanks, op.
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It has a pretty strong and distinct smell that sticks around and gets on clothing. Personally, it hasn't been that effective for me, but then again, the mosquitoes around here are the aggressive kind that bites through clothing.
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Does it work on fleas?
It doesn't mention fleas on the label, I'd go with a specialized flea repellent if that's the only bug you're concerned about. I've had a minor flea infestation at home and this stuff hasn't helped in preventing bites.
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https://www.consumerreports.org/insect-repellents/mosquito-repellents-that-best-protect-against-zika/

The most effective products were those that contained 15 to 30 percent deet, 20 percent picaridin, or 30 percent OLE.
We advise skipping most products made with natural plant oils, such as those with citronella, lemongrass oil, cedar oil, and other ingredients. They did not perform well in our tests.
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Same price at Walmart
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This stuff makes people sick, attracts yellow jackets, stinks to the point of making you nauseous, is not suitable for young children and just flat out doesn't work. Don't fall for the "all natural" corporate marketing bullshit. The people that use and know it doesn't work it will lie and claim it's great just to prove their green cred while quietly using DEET when they need real protection from mosquitoes. Please don't promote something that can get someone a Zika or malarial infection based on an ideology. Thought we were supposed to believe in "science" nowadays. Just because it has a green label and cap makes it far from safe or effective. Here are reviews from users not committed to a worldview and want a product to work and work safely.

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It is mediocre. It definitely isn't the best repellent ever. Most disturbingly, in just reading the CDC's website about Zika, I found that they recommend NOT using oil of lemon eucalyptus (main ingredient here), on children under 3. Glad I've been using this all summer. This disclosure should absolutely be included in this product description!!!!!
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I ordered this product because of the great reviews. I was going to another country and wanted the best protection. This product has a terrible smell that instantly gave me a headache. The worst part is that after spraying it on, I started to develope skin rashes. What I thought was just a mosquito bite turned out to be something called "Margarita Dermatitis" thanks to the citrus in this product. This is my honest review and I will provide photos of my unfortunate results.
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The scent is way too strong and gave me a headache, it also got all the people in the elevator with me nauseous an hour after applying it. I wore it for one day as recommended for Zika virus, but the scent is too strong, I couldn't take it!
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I wouldn't use this. There's no real issue with using deet as long as you wash yourself properly afterwards.
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