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Posted 18 July 2023

Exclusive Bug Soother Natural Mosquito and Insect Repellent 100ml With Code

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This 100ml bottle of Bug Soother Natural Mosquito and Insect Repellent is marked down at £6.99 (down from £9.99) on the TJC website.

Using the code HUKDFREEDEL you will also get Free Delivery.
*We worked with TJC to give you this code.

A bit of a niche product but if you are going on holiday and like me you get basically eaten alive by mosquitos, you might want to give it a go as I always forget and then realise in the summer, that products like this are quite expensive.


About the Product:

Bug Soother Natural Mosquito and Insect Repellent 100ml - £6.99 (down from £9.99)

You can find it HERE on the TJC website:

  • Purpose: Deflects Mosquitoes, Midges, Flies and Wasps. With just a couple of sprays, you can get rid of these unwanted guests and keep your household safe and healthy. Effective in repelling insects of all kinds.
  • Usage: The product is offered with 100ml quantity, in which 1 x 100ml pump spray is ideal for aiding you against the mosquitoes and mites.
  • Features: Works well in soothing insect bites or stings, including nettle-plant stings. The chemical-free formulation is safe to use and is perfect for regular spray and use.
  • Formulation: The product is Alcohol-Free in nature, Icariin Free and Permethrin Free in the formulation. It does not emit any bad odour. The product is non-greasy and enriched with the goodness of vitamin-E.
  • History: The product evolved in 2008 and since then has been ruling the world and aiding with its ultimate powers. It was discovered near the banks of Mississippi, further developed in other parts of the county and is fondly accepted by all.

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  1. deleted48909's avatar
    Doesn't appear to be legal in the UK....as it doesn't have a listed active ingredient as they are trying to appear to be "chemical-free".

    Almost certainly based on Oil of Lemon Eucalyptus. There are much much cheaper versions of this type of repellent available.

  2. Proveright's avatar
    Thanks OP but it says £7.99 for me.

    Snake oil. Won't work. Prog on BBC sounds did a recent test of the three types of repellents. The only one that really works as a deterent, contains Deet.

    Which the boffins claim is safe for humans if you only use small amounts, but read the label, as most say not suitable for children. (edited)
    kindeal's avatar
    At the risk of falling for some foul trick... what's Deet?
  3. C0mm0d0re_K1d's avatar
    Active Ingredients:

    Lemongrass Oil 0.8%

    Inert Ingredients:

    Purified Water,
    Castor Oil,
    Soya Lecithin,
    Vitamin E 99.2%.

    bugsoother.com/pag…faq (edited)
  4. Besford's avatar
    Save your money - it won't work!
  5. teslafoot's avatar
    This really won't work

    Deet is the only effective solution, having tried everything natural personally. If you are dead set against Deet then look at Skin so Soft from Avon which works for some, though not as good aagainst mozzies as midges.
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