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Summer is here, which means mosquito season is at its absolute height. Whether you’re enjoying a day out by the lake, on a camping trip, or just having a backyard cookout, it’s always important to protect yourself and your little ones from bug bites. Although bug sprays can have chemicals such as DEET in them, the EPA has deemed that it’s safe to use registered insect repellents when used appropriately (so be sure to read the labels!). If you’re still on the fence, we’ve provided a list of options that include wipes to prevent any chemical inhalation, products with controlled DEET release, organic options, and even DEET-free products. These are kid-tested and mom-approved, so you won’t have to worry about harsh chemicals, bad reactions, or nasty bug bites. Check out our Top 10 list of bug sprays for kids for an itch-free, carefree summer

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October 22, 2023

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