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BabyGanics Insect Repellents

$11.99 at Sears Marketplace

Babyganics Insect Repellent Natural & Deet Free - 6 oz. (177mL) Babyganics Insect Repellent Natural & Deet Free will get rid of's buggin' your baby. They're not gonna be an indoor baby forever. But before you have to deal with the mean girls and bullies there are pesky mosquitoes, gnats, and flies. So you've got this 100% natural essential oils and DEET free insect repellent. The power of natural essential aromatic oils (Citronella, Peppermint, Rosemary, Lemongrass & Geranium) keeps babies safe. Babyganics' blend of essential oils is pungent to insects, especially mosquitoes, yet smells great to humans and is safe for your whole family. We've got the creepy critters covered. High school? That'll be up to you. Baby-Safe Details: No DEET, parabens, sulfates, phthalates, artificial fragrances or dyes Plant-based ingredients Made with 100% natural essential oils -Citronella, Peppermint, Rosemary, Lemongrass, & Geranium Helps to keep mosquitoes, gnats, and flies away Non-greasy formula Never tested on animals When Babyganics Claims "Baby-Safe", They Mean It! The Process To Babyganics, baby-safe isn't a goal. It's a process. It's how they create, test, and improve their products. Along the way from idea to reality they ask lots of questions - by talking to parents, doctors, regulatory experts, scientists. They learn what they should and shouldn't do to make it safe and great. How does the product feel and smell... or doesn't? How does it work and why? What ingredients will make it better? What ingredients are unsafe or unnecessary? How can Babyganics make it easy to use? Fun? Economical? They test it and refine it. Then test it again. And once the product is on the shelf, it's never off Babyganics' radar. They're constantly reviewing ingredients and the latest studies. They listen to your feedback and they're on the lookout for new and better ingredients that might improve performance or safety. Just like babies... Read More

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