Avon Skin So Soft Bug Guard Plus Icaridin Insect Repellent Spray

I’ve been walking with my hubby pretty much every day and LOVING it. It’s been so hot here all summer in Edmonton, so we like to go in the evening around 7:30 pm or so when the temperature starts to cool a bit. Unfortunately, that’s prime mosquito bitin’ time. They must like to eat a late supper. ๐Ÿ˜›

Yesterday, I got a bit on my CHEEK BONE. CHEEK BONE PEOPLE. That’s the last straw and some fightin’ bites! Now you’re messing with my blush and highlighter you little jerks, and as a blush fiend I can’t let that happen again! NOBODY MESSES WITH MY BLUSH.

Avon Skin So Soft Bug Guard Plus Icaridin Insect Repellent Spray(on sale for $9.99 right now) has come to my rescue!

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Avon Skin So Soft Bug Guard Plus Icaridin Insect Repellent Spray

Avon Skin So Soft Bug Guard Plus Icaridin Insect Repellent Spray is DEET-free. The active ingredient is Icaridin, an odourless and almost colourless liquid that was developed for use as an insect repellent. It ‘blinds’ the insect’s sense of tasty human smell and makes it difficult for them to find you. It’s like wearing an invisibility cloak haha! Avon Skin So Soft Bug Guard Plus Icaridin Insect Repellent Spray smells good too with a fresh, outdoor scent. Spray it all over and you’ll be invisible to mosquitoes for 5 hours, and invisible to deer ticks for 7 hours. The aerosol spray gives a great mist too, so it’s really fast to get you all covered and invisible. Just don’t go spraying it on your face PLEASE! Spray a tiny bit on your hands, and then apply to your face being really careful to avoid your eyes and mouth.

I used Avon Skin So Soft Bug Guard Plus Icaridin Insect Repellent Spray all over tonight and guess what? NO BITES. Anywhere! Take that you little bloodsuckers. TRY AND FIND ME NOW!

I’m gonna load up on Avon Skin So Soft Bug Guard Plus Icaridin Insect Repellent Spray since it’s on sale right now because I’m pretty sure when I get back from the road trip, those little bloodsuckers will still be around. Plus, we could totally use some during the trip too.

How’s the mosquito situation in your area? I’d loveย for them to become extinct. Or as my friend Lena suggested, why couldn’t they feed on fat instead of blood? If that were the case I’d be HAPPY to let them feast. Just not on my chubby cheeks! OFF LIMITS DUDES. ๐Ÿ˜›

*product sent by PR for review, and THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU.

  • Haha invisible cloak! I like that.
    One thing I really like about Manhattan is that we have very few mosquitos. There are some if you go near the water and outside of Manhattan, though. It is so good to learn about new products like this. 10 years ago, all we had was sticky stinky ones with DEET. I will keep this in mind. Thanks, Tracy! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Ouch, a bite on your cheek? No good! I think the WORST place I’ve got bitten is on the lips. That has happened multiple times in my life and it sucks big time!

    Since we didn’t have a proper winter to freeze the buggers to death, I’ve been having a long drawn-out battle with the bugs. Fruit flies are the worst, but I certainly don’t welcome mosquitoes buzzing next to my ears, either! The cats handle flies and mosquitoes alright, but they don’t care about fruit flies much.

  • I like that your last straw is being bitten on the cheek! Sadly I always get bitten on my other ahem cheeks. Most uncomfortable!

  • OMG I got bit on the face too! WTF. There weren’t many bugs in Seattle, but here there are more of them. YOU WOULD THINK THE HEAT WOULD KILL THEM, BUT NO. What the flying squirrel?

    I hate when they bite my toes, too. Like the tops of them? ARGH.

    Also there is a fly in the house and it’s driving the dogs nuts, so they are driving me nuts as they chase it. WTF DUDE.

    • LOL ahahahahaha they like the heat actually and have been biting really bad in the day here too.

  • Oh god if only Edmonton didn’t have such scary mosquitoes! And my poor dog that keeps getting bitten ๐Ÿ™ but the city did release dragonflies earlier this summer so it was really great while it lasted haha.

    • I noticed that! It’s too bad they’ve disappeared now. ๐Ÿ™ It sure made a difference! This stuff I can’t recommend more-we went out tonight and no bites again!

  • Liz

    OH MY GOD – I’ve never used a repellent that wasn’t completely foul smelling. And seriously, the cheeks are sacred grounds. SACRED.

  • Sara Hawkins

    I hated when I get them on my head. I find that they are too itchy. I may have to try this one out to see if it works.

  • I’m in constant fear of waking up with one half opened eye because I get bitten on the eyelids more easily than anywhere else on the face. Seriously, WTF! The Taiwan mozzies are year round steal ninjas I tell ya! I once got bitten between the boobs, on a day I wore a turtle neck. Not the best look trying to scratch at that area all day.

    • LOL HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA STEAL NINJAS HAHAHAHA and then your bob scratch hahahahahaah! Oh man, thanks for the laugh tonight! You made my day! xo

  • You’re STILL complaining? Jeez, Tracy! It’s free botox, girl, don’t complain! ๐Ÿ˜‰ (yes, I’m recycling my jokes, I am that un-funny). We don’t have any mosquitoes here. We live too high up on the mountain to have mosquitoes, whoop whoop.

  • NO bites??! Dude.

    (And YES PLEASE to fat-eating mosquitoes. Unless the bites still itched like crazy… then maybe not. Mine bruise, man!! It’s no fun!!)

    • NO BITES. For like a week now!
      LOL, you’re like Marky. If she gets bit it wells up like a golfball.

  • Lily

    LOL! A mosquito bit me on the nose before. And another time at the corner of my eye brow. Hahaha!

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