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NZ Native Oils

Natural Bug Repellent

with Manuka Hydrosol & Witch Hazel
  • Soothes and Protects Skin
  • Essential oils are a deterrent against biting insects
  • Handmade from Natural and Organic Ingredients
Handmade from premium natural and organic ingredients this bug repellent is made in small batches using only therapeutic grade essential oils. To deter biting insects a combination of Lemon Eucalyptus, Citronella, Lavender, Rosemary and Geranium essential oils have been combined. Manuka is used for its antibiotic and antifungal qualities which is great for those with sensitive skins who react to chemical insect repellent sprays.  As well as working as a repellent it will calm itchy and irritated skin.
Essential Oils of Geranium, Citronella, Lemon Eucalyptus, Lavender, Rosemary, Alcohol, Witch Hazel Extract, Manuka Hydrosol, Vegetable Glycerin.

Shake Well

For external use only
Not recommended for use during pregnancy & for Children under 12 years of age. 
Perform a patch test before use. Keep out of reach of children. If irritation occurs discontinue use. 

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NZ Native Oils began when they discovered the amazing properties associated with New Zealand native plants. After opening Kapiti Nursery, a boutique native plant nursery, in New Zealand's sunny Kapiti Coast, they began to experiment with handmade soaps using a few native plant heroes - manuka, kanuka, kowhai, pohutukawa, mamaku, and harakeke.  They noticed their skin transforming over night and they wanted to share it with the world.  Everything about the venture reflects our family ethos - buying local, natural, sustainable - nurturing the people around us and our environment.



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