Golden Hour Mosquito Repellent
WHY YOU NEED IT
DEET-free, Kinfield uses a unique, very effective, strain of Indonesian citronella to keep mosquitos at bay. Lemongrass, clove and vanilla round out the ingredient list, giving it a delightful scent while increasing its efficacy.
WHY I LOVE IT
Nothing ruins a good outdoor moment like being eaten alive by mosquitos. And many natural bug repellants don't really work as well as their chemical-heavy counterparts. But Kinfield put theirs through independent trials to test its efficacy to make sure it really passes the test - naturally - using a unique strain of Indonesian citronella that's more effective than others. Gently moisturizing thanks to Lauric Acid (derived from coconut oil) and with a light citrus scent, you can feel good about using this bug spray while enjoying your outdoor time.
Additional Info- Citronella: Repels Mosquitos
A special strain of Indonesian citronella that has higher amounts of the chemical compounds that repel mosquitoes.
- Lemongrass: Uplifting
Packed with antioxidants, all while providing a bright and uplifting scent.
- Clove Bud: Rejuvinating
Offers a radiant glow to skin—plus it has been shown to repel certain mosquitoes.
- Lauric Acid: Moisturizing
A naturally occurring fatty acid from coconut oil known for its moisturizing and anti-inflammatory properties.
- Vanilla: Antioxidant
This oil is an antioxidant that is known for its ability to relax, calm, and lift one's mood.
Spray liberally over exposed skin or fitted clothing.
Use adult supervision when applying to children.
When applying to your face or to children, spray into hands first and pat to apply. Do not use on the hands of children.
Reapply every 2 hours or as often as needed.
Patch testing recommended on a small area of skin when using for the first time or when using in a new environment, as the product contains essential oils.
Active Ingredients: Citronella Oil (10.00%), Lemongrass Oil (1.00%), Clove Oil (0.01%)
Inert Ingredients: (88.99%): Isopropyl Alcohol, Lauric Acid, Water, Vanillin