Who doesn’t love spring? Spring brings baseball, warmer weather, cookouts and picnics…and bugs. Don’t let mosquitoes ruin your spring and summer. Keep the bugs away with BYE…BZZZ™ natural insect repellent patches.

Use Natural Insect Repellent Patches to Keep the Bugs Away!

This year, it’s more important than ever to protect yourself and your family from insect bites. Mosquito bites, once a seasonal irritation, have become public health threats that must be taken seriously.

This doesn’t mean you should give up your favorite outdoor activities. Go ahead and plan that fishing or camping trip, lace up your hiking boots, and buy a new swimsuit or trunks. Just be sure to pack and wear BYE…BZZZ natural insect repellent patches.

BYE…BZZZ is a patch you attach to your clothing. Each patch is infused with natural ingredients including citronella oil, which gives off a light scent biting insects dislike. It doesn’t repel just mosquitoes, but flies, gnats, and other airborne critters you don’t want around you. Naturally repel insects with citronella-infused patches

Citronella oil comes from lemongrass blends, which you’ll also find in some colognes and cosmetics. Citronella oil is on the Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) list of p

esticides with minimal risk to humans. The National Pesticide Information Center at the University of Oregon notes that it’s also used as a flavor in some beverages and has the highest safety rating from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Just stick a few patches on your clothes–shirts, shorts, shoes–and you’re protected from biting insects. There’s no spray to get in your nose, mouth, or eyes, or sting your skin (in fact, our patches don’t even touch skin.) There’s just a pleasant (to us) lemongrass smell.

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Protect Yourself from Mosquito-Related Illness

You’ve no doubt heard about the Zika virus that’s invaded several countries in South America up through Central America. Zika is particularly dangerous to women who are pregnant or might become pregnant because it can affect a fetus’s brain development.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advises pregnant women not to travel to areas known to have Zika virus. It’s also looking into whether Zika can cause Guillain-Barre Syndrome, which can affect the body’s nervous and immune systems.

Mosquitoes can also transmit West Nile Virus and Dengue Fever, both of which have been found in the continental US. While most people in the US do not develop serious illnesses from mosquito bites, there are no cures for or vaccines against these illnesses.

Most of us will develop an annoying itch or rash from an insect bite. Why not keep the bugs from biting in the first place? Order your BYE…BZZZ patches today and go ahead with those camping, fishing, hiking, cookout, and other outdoor plans!  Shop Bye…Bzzz



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