Hey, Camp Folks!
Don’t bug out this summer season! Keep those pesky, buzzing and crawly insects at bay with the proper insect repellent! We have lots available here at Everything Summer Camp from trusted brand names such as Repel and Cutter. Today, I’m highlighting a new bug protection from a brand that’s new to our camp shop: Ranger Ready Repellent.
This bug spray uses an active ingredient called Picaridin, a synthetic compound made from piperine which is a natural compound found in plants. Actually, black pepper is made using it. Picaridin was first developed in 1980’s Germany in attempts to find a safe alternative to DEET with comparable effectiveness. Picaridin tested highly!
Mosquitos and ticks find this natural concoction offensive. Applying it to your skin makes it much harder for them to recognize you as a host. Ranger Ready is a convincing disguise to keep you protected and bite-free.
Ticks have been projected to be worse in the coming years and you don’t want to be careless when it comes to your measures of tick bite prevention! Ticks carry germs that can cause Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, and a number of other undesirable illnesses. Use Ranger Ready Repellent to significantly reduce your chances of being hit by a tick.
Avoid ticks and mosquitos for 12 hours per application as well as 8 hour protection from flies and very small insects like gnats and no-see-ums. There’s enough for 30 applications in this bottle! And this 3.4 ounce travel-sized spray bottle is TSA compliant.
Available in a few different scents, take your pick from the woodsy Amber-Wood, Night Sky which is reminiscent of Axe Body Spray, and Ranger Orange which has a faint citrusy scent. Smell nice and safely avoid the irritation of insect attacks!
This Spray is safe to use for children over a year old as well as pregnant women. But it’s not just nice to your skin. This spray is non-greasy and designed for fast drying ability to keep from damaging any clothing or camp gear so it really is the perfect spray for summer camp. Click here to order a bottle or two for yourself! And, as always, thanks for reading!