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The Best Bug Sprays to Use This Summer from Men's Health

Top picks against any pest.

If bugs aren’t annoying enough this summer, trying to figure out which bug spray to use only seems to add to the irritation. There are all these different ingredients, not all of them fight everything you want to repel, and there are so many choices. It doesn't have to be that confusing.

See the full list from Marty Munson on Men's Health's website here.

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December 3, 2023

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