Aunt Fannie’s Mosquito Repellant

It’s that time of year again! The mosquitos are out and ready! As we all know, mosquito bites can be rather uncomfortable and itchy but mosquitos can also transmit very dangerous illnesses. Making sure that you and your family are protected is very important. There are tons of companies that make mosquito repellant products but Aunt Fannie’s is one that I recently discovered and am in love with!

There are a handful of ingredients in these products that are what deter mosquitos but how many of them are really safe for your family? You always want to be careful when exposing your family to chemicals and that is something that Aunt Fannie’s is passionate about. Their mosquito sprays and wipes are powered by essential oils, not chemicals! Some of those ingredients include soybean oil, citronella oil, and cedar wood oil. Having a natural alternative to bug sprays and wipes is something that you can feel good about! Aunt Fannie’s products are all deet free as well!

I have tried Aunt Fannie’s Mosquito Spray and their Mosquito Spray for kids. They both smell great because of the oils and they don’t leave a nasty residue on your skin which is a huge perk! Aunt Fannie’s also offers mosquito wipes if that is your preferred application. Both the wipes and sprays are good for 4 hours of protection. On top of being a very family friendly and safe product, Aunt Fannie’s is very comparable in price to the other companies out there that do use the harsh chemicals and deet. The wipes are $7.99 and the spray is $8.99 so you can get a great and safe product for a great price as well! Head on over to the Aunt Fannie’s website to check out all of the other family friendly products they have to offer!

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