Midge and Mosquito Repellent
One of the most annoying things about living in the Northern Hemisphere is that the second the weather gets warmer it’s midge central. Which makes going for a walk or a nightmare. It’s the same when you're on holiday and the mosquitoes come out.
With this in mind, I was looking for a repellant that wasn’t full of toxins and chemicals, and once again the Heavenly Herb Company has done the job and this doesn’t irritate my skin at all.
The cream contains a blend of natural herbal extracts including bog myrtle, eucalyptus, citronella and rosemary and is my absolute go-to saviour during Summer. I simply spray this all-over and it repels mosquitos and midges. An absolute summer must-have.
Directions: Apply to exposed areas as needed, avoiding the eyes. We recommend applying to a small area of skin initially to ensure you are not sensitive to any of the oils.
Ingredients: bog myrtle extract, eucalyptus oil, citronella oil, rosemary oil, water, emulsifying wax, stearyl alcohol, coconut oil, cocoa butter, tween, vitamin E, glycerine
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UK Standard £4.95
3 - 5 working days
Northern Ireland £6.90
3 - 5 working days
4 - 7 working days
Rest of World £23.00
7 - 14 working days
Can I combine it with other treatments?
Yes! But always consult a doctor as everyone has very individual and sometimes complex health issues. Chinese medicine often works hand in hand with Western medicine and complements the healing process.
How do I make sure I'm using my gua sha tools correctly, without causing damage to my skin?
Please be reassured, it’s very difficult to damage your skin with this time-old technique. Before you try gua sha for the first time, read the instruction leaflet inside the packaging and watch the short video on the product page of this site. Go easy to start with and watch how your skin responds before continuing. Please note, gua sha should not be performed over broken skin, varicose veins, moles, cuts or bruises.