Don’t let bug bites ruin your family’s outdoor fun this summer! Young Living’s Insect Repellent is clinically proven to repel mosquitoes and other tiny invaders using only 100 percent naturally derived, plant-based ingredients.
Pure sesame oil and a carefully selected blend of essential oils traditionally used for their bug–repellent properties come together to make up all 99 percent of the active ingredients in this formula. The other 1 percent? Vitamin E. That means you can use it on your little ones and not worry about the harsh chemicals used in many traditional repellents. You’ll also love the pleasant, citrusy aroma and smooth, non-greasy, non-sticky application.
So whether you’re spending time in the backyard or the backwoods, you can feel great knowing you have a pure, plant-based way to protect yourself and your loved ones.
Due to state regulations, this product is not available to purchase in some states.*
|6 fl oz (177 ml)|
Young Living’s Insect Repellent has a naturally derived, hypoallergenic formula that leaves skin feeling smooth and moisturized instead of greasy or sticky.
Young Living employees testing efficacy of various insect repellent formulas
Most insect repellents on the market use DEET or harsh chemicals to keep bugs away. That’s way Young Living created a 100% naturally derived, essential oil-infused alternative. In addition to not containing DEET, this Insect Repellent is formulated without parabens, fillers, phthalates, petrochemicals, animal-derived ingredients, synthetic preservatives, synthetic fragrances, or synthetic colorants. It’s even gentle enough to use on kids!
Benefits & Features
- Clinically proven to repel mosquitoes and prevent bug bites.
- Repels insects naturally with 99% active ingredients, plus 1% Vitamin E
- Formulated with essential oils traditionally recommended for their bug-repellent properties
- Made with 100% naturally derived, plant based ingredients
- Formulated without DEET, paraben, fillers, phthalates, petrochemicals, animal-derived ingredients, synthetic preservatives, synthetic fragrances, or synthetic colorants
- Rubs easily into skin without a greasy or sticky finish
- Dermatologist tested and hypoallergenic
- Pure, gentle formula free from harsh chemicals
- Appropriate for use on children
- Vegan friendly
Dispense into hand and apply evenly over exposed skin. Reapply as needed. Avoid contact with clothing, as products can stain fabric.
- Keep out of reach of children
- For external use only
- may cause eye irritation
- Keep away from eyes and mucous membranes
- Adult supervision required when applying to children
- Do not apply to children’s hands
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How often should this product be applied to the skin?
A. Young Living’s Insect Repellent can be applied as often as needed. If you are sweating, swimming, or wiping your skin, apply it more often.
Q. Why were these essential oils chosen for the Insect Repellent?
A. The essential oils in our Insect Repellent formula were selected because they have traditionally been recommended for their bug-repellent properties.
Q. Can children use Young Living’s Insect Repellent?
A. Yes, children can benefit from the use of this product under adult supervision and administration. It is also formulated to be hypoallergenic and appropriate for those with sensitive skin.
Q. Why is vitamin E included in this product?
A. Vitamin E is included in this 100% naturally derived formula to help preserve the product and prevent it from going rancid.
- Sesame oil (89%)
- Citronella† oil (6.5%)
- Lemongrass† oil (1.15%)
- Rosemary† oil (1%)
- Geranium† oil (0.5%)
- Spearmint† oil (0.35%)
- Thyme† oil (0.25%)
- Clove† oil (0.25%)
- Vitamin E (1%)
* As of now, the Insect Repellent will not be shipping to these nine states and Washington D.C. due to the state’s regulations around insect repellent.
- Washington DC
- New Mexico
- Rhode Island
- South Dakota
The expiration is around three years so you may want to get extra.
Insect Repellent is not regulated by the FDA like most products. Instead it’s regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency. YL has applied to have it in these states with the EPA but it’s a longer process due to their regulations.