It is the aroma that repels the ticks, fleas, mosquitoes & other flying insects: spray often, about every 2 hours.  It is very similar to a sunscreen; you don't put the sunscreen on once a month and expect it to work, or even once a day. 

For your Pets:  Spray between their ears, on their head along the way down their back,  on their legs, feet, belly and neck.  You can even spray into your hands and rub onto their cheeks, being careful not to get it into their or your eyes.  It won't do damage but it can sting.  If you do get it in yours or their eyes, flush with milk and then water to flush out the milk.

For Yourself:  When you are using it for yourself, spray up and down your body, front and back. You can spray in your hands and rub on your face.  This is especially effective when there are gnats out.  It will not damage your skin or clothing. It is not greasy.

We know it is a little more work than all the other repellents out there, BUT ISN’T YOUR HEALTH AND THE HEALTH OF YOUR PET WORTH IT?

We are passionate about this product because we know it works. Please let us know how you feel. Follow us on Facebook.

If you have a holistic vet or a natural pet store, or even a store that carries natural products, please call us and let us know. We will contact them to see if they would like to become our distributor in your area. You will get a 4 oz bottle for FREE!!! Call Kathy at 845 820 3778.

There are some essential oils that cats should not have; they are: cinnamon, lemongrass, oregano, clove, wintergreen, thyme, melaleuca oil (tea tree oil) and birch. They are so-called “hot” oils. None of these oils are in our spray.

Have fun being “Tick & Flea Free”!!!