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The Best Bug Spray for Babies to Keep Mosquitos and Insects Away from Experienced Mommy

Did you know that babies can get impetigo, cellulitis, and even lymphangitis as the result of a mosquito bite? Not to mention the risk of West Nile Virus or even the Zika virus.

Since babies can’t protect themselves, it’s up to us parents to make sure that they are safe from all insects. But how do you ensure your baby is fully protected from biting bugs like mosquitoes and ticks?

Check out our list below of the best bug spray for babies. You’ll find a great option that will be safe and effective at protecting your baby’s health every time your family goes outdoors!

Read the full article by Amy Sylvestre on Experienced Mommy's website here.

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October 28, 2023

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Effective against a wide range of insects: Sawyer Permethrin is known to be effective against mosquitoes, ticks, chiggers, mites, and more than 55 other kinds of insects.

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Sawyer Products SP5432 Picaridin insect repellent spray is also very small and compact. You can easily take this insect repellent anywhere you want. This makes it an ideal option for any traveler and adventurer who wants to have a safe journey.

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Depending on where you travel, you may want to pack bug spray, too. In places like Florida and North Carolina, summers get buggy, and you’ll be happy to have packed a spray on nights when you want to sit on the porch or dine outdoors.

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