For outdoor concerts: BugBand Wristbands
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Instead of having to figure out how you’re going to fit a bottle of bug spray into your tiny clutch at a concert, why not wear protection around your wrist? Since they’re likely to match the wristbands that come with outdoor jams, no one will know that your band is actually making sure mosquitoes stay far, far away. Each band is DEET-free and will repel insects for up to 120 hours. For stylish footwear to wear to your next concert, these cute summer shoes are about to sell out.
For beach retreats: Rocky Mountain Oils Bug Off! Essential Oils
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Mastering your Vinyasa flow on a beach somewhere exotic (and Instagram worthy)? While you probably already know to use sunscreen when you’re striking a headstand on the sand, you want to also add an effective repellent to ward off bugs. This natural oil blend—made with citronella, cedarwood, lavender, peppermint, Eucalyptus, thyme, and lemongrass—ideal for your yoga bag. Nama-stay-away mosquitoes!
For All Over: Skincando Combat-Ready Bug Repellant
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If you’re more of a one-stop-shop type of person, you want a repellent that you can trust, without doubting if it’ll actually work. This trendy repellant may have a sleek design but what’s impressive is its history: originally formulated to help protect U.S. troops overseas from mosquitos and sand fleas, this potent, toxic-free blend is now ready to go with you on your lakeside getaway.