Did you know that peppermint oil was a natural insect repellant? Well, you do now! Yes, peppermint oil repels all kinds of critters – mosquitoes, spiders, ticks, gnats, and more!
Quite possibly the easiest recipe we’ve ever featured, there’s nothing but measuring and pouring in this one. Which means, there’s never a reason not to have any of this peppermint oil skeeter spray on hand. If you need it, it takes 30 seconds to make. so let’s get started : )
This recipe features Vodka, but if you find that objectionable, you can substitute rubbing alcohol. Just send whatever Vodka you don’t want to Invivo Essential care of Jeff Steele, and we will be sure to dispose of it properly.
So, before you venture outdoors, reach for an all natural repellent instead of some deep woods chemical nastiness! Peppermint oil skeeter spray pairs really well with a cosmo at sunset. You can sit out on the back patio or deck, sip your drink with a friend, and enjoy the evening without being eaten alive by mosquiotes. And as a bonus, you will smell amazing while doing it.
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- 1 ounce witch hazel
- 1 1/2 ounces vodka
- 1 tablespoon fractionated coconut oil
- 30 drops peppermint essential oil
- Add all ingredients to a 4 ounce spray bottle
- Make a cute little label with a key tag and jute twine
- Shake well
- Spray onto arms and legs, avoiding the face
- Shake well before each use
- Reapply as needed
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