Beastie Be Gone - Midge, Mosquito, Tick & Insect Repellent Salve
  • Beastie Be Gone - Midge, Mosquito, Tick & Insect Repellent Salve
  • Beastie Be Gone - Midge, Mosquito, Tick & Insect Repellent Salve

Beastie Be Gone - Midge, Mosquito, Tick & Insect Repellent Salve

 **currently sending without a label**
£7.00
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 **currently sending without a label**

100% Natural Midge Repellent, Mosquito Repellent, Tick & Insect Repellent - Suitable for Children, Safe for ALL!

A Triple Action Cream – Insect Repellent – Superior Moisturiser – with an SPF of 15

 

It does what it says on the Tin!   It doesn’t end there, it also provides the following benefits:-

  • ALL Natural, FreeFrom All Nasties, Non-toxic Organic Ingredients
  • A Superior, Soothing, Rehydrating Moisturiser – making it a perfect Aftersun
  • Is Antiseptic, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-fungal, Anti-bacterial, Antioxidant, Antimicrobial & Hypoallergenic
  • A Natural Healer and Soother of Pain – perfect for bites & stings
  • Provides a camouflage from biting insects - recommended for high-risk areas to protect wearers against mosquito-borne diseases and biting insects
  • Eco & Marine Friendly

Instructions for use:  Apply 5 minutes prior to venturing outdoors, using a generous amount, rub onto all exposed skin, don’t forget up trouser legs, cuffs and necklines.  You can choose to apply all over the body & face in particularly midge /mosquito/ tick infested areas, or at peak biting times.  The cream has antifungal, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and insect repelling properties.  It’s also a powerful Antiseptic and has natural healing properties– perfect for bites & stings.

Reapply every 2 hours especially at  **peak biting times, can be used as an Aftersun.  This is NOT to be used solely as a Suncream – see AnderSun SPF 25 & 50. 

 

**For the Scottish Midge (May to Sept) – Midges arrive during mid to late May but, July and August are generally considered to be the time when midges in Scotland are at their worst…..when the biting females arrive!

For Mosquitoes – mosquitoes don't like to be exposed to temperatures below 50 degrees Fahrenheit.  So depending on the area you live or visit, check local guides and times. 

For Ticks - Late spring, early summer and autumn are peak times for tick bites.

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