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Thousands of People Swear By This DEET-Free, Expert-Recommended Insect Repellent

Its main ingredient is safe enough for pregnant women and infants to use.

With the official start of summer underway, you probably have tons of all-day outdoor activities planned for the next few months, from family barbeques and picnics to tropical vacations. Unfortunately, with warm weather also comes tons of pesky bugs, so having an insect repellent on hand wherever you go is probably a good idea. Just like choosing the right sunscreen, it’s important to find a bug spray that’s not only effective at keeping insects away, but is also safe to use. That’s why thousands Amazon shoppers have made this Sawyer Products Picaridin Insect Repellent their go-to.

Read the full article by Christina Butan on Real Simple's website here.

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May 6, 2022

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