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Wildthings Natural insect repellent
We believe in keeping ingredients simple and pure.
Wildthings is made from the highest quality essential oils, which are non-toxic and nourishing for the skin. Originally created as a safe and effective bug repellent for my own children, Wildthings is 100% natural and plant-based, and contains no synthetic chemicals, no artificial additives or preservatives. Never tested on animals. Good for your body and good for the planet.
Our synergistic blend of potent insect repelling essential oils is combined with soothing plant extracts and distilled spring water for a light, non-greasy mix that mists on easily and smells wonderful. Rose geranium, catmint and witch hazel have been used for centuries as traditional remedies for skin complaints, and they are known for their healing properties. Our essential oils are also commonly used in aromatherapy mixtures to bring a sense of well-being.
Working with essential oils means working with some of nature's most divine scents. Wildthings comes in 3 varieties: Lavender, Citrus Wildflower, and Forest, which has a hint of patchouli.
Travels with Wildthings
Wildthings has been adventuring far and wide this year! Our bug-spray has accompanied some amazing people this as they set off on service and mission trips to Haiti, El Salvador, Costa Rica, and Borneo. And once again, the travel season has taken Wildthings around the globe: India, Puerto Rico, The Virgin Islands, Bali, Greece, Turkey, Indonesia, Australia, Thailand, the Phillipines, Angola, and the heart of the Amazon rain forest. It has also made its way across the United States, from Alaska to Texas, Hawaii to Assateague Island, MD. We'd love to hear where Wildthings goes with you, whether it's traveling or keeping you bug-free in the backyard. And of course, we love photos!! Send stories, feedback, anecdotes, and photos - email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit our photo gallery of Wildthings (and Wildcat) sightings.
Where's your Wildthing? Send us your own photos, we'd love to share them.
Wildthings @ Blackwater Falls State Park, WV photo: Martin Radigan.