insect repellent
insect repellent
insect repellent
insect repellent
insect repellent
insect repellent

Insect Repellent

$12.00 Sale Save
Title Refill (Metal Cap)

Only 1 left in stock

Alternative to bug repellent with questionable ingredients in plastic bottles.

Keep those pesky bugs at bay with this essential oil-based insect repellent. Tested in the woods of Vermont to the Washington rain forests, this alternative works as well as many deet-based repellents. It also smells so nice that you might want to spritz it on even when there aren’t any insects around!

Net Wt: 4.0 fl oz (120 ml)


  • apricot kernel oil
  • neutral spirits
  • witch hazel
  • lavender oil
  • lemon eucalyptus oil
  • cedarwood oil
  • rosemary oil
  • neem oil

    lavender oil    4.00%
    lemon eucalyptus oil    1.18%
    cedarwood oil    1.17%
    rosemary oil    1.16%
    neem oil    0.10%


Aluminum bottle with plastic spray nozzle and cap. Refill has aluminum cap.

Use Instructions

Shake well before using. Apply to exposed skin. For face or sensitive areas, apply to hands first and rub on. Reapply every couple of hours or as needed. 

Caution: For external use only. Keep out of reach of children. Do not use on children under the age of 3. Avoid contact with eyes. If irritation occurs discontinue use and rinse thoroughly with soap and water.


End of Life Instructions

Reuse, or recycle bottle in curbside recycling. Leave refill cap screwed on to empty bottle for recycling. Spray nozzle can be recycled as follows:

1. Drop off at your nearest personal care packaging recycling location. Learn more here.

2. If you're local to Portland, OR, drop off at our shop during open hours. View hours here.

3. Mail to us to recycle via Terracycle. Note that we don't offer shipping labels at this time. Learn more here.

Where It Comes From

Lovett Sundries is a family company based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. They like to do things the old-fashioned way, which means making products for your everyday routine with old-fashioned techniques and ingredients you can pronounce. All of their containers are recyclable, and almost all are made in the US. The packing and shipping materials they use are repurposed, post-consumer, or recyclable. (Preferably all three!)