This natural brand’s insect repellent is made with plant-based essential oils (lemongrass, cedar, fir needle) and toners (witch hazel, apple cider vinegar) that make for a sweet-smelling, but effective combination. MMT also makes a lavender lemongrass body oil that can be used for repelling purposes. $18, meowmeowtweet.com.
Store these soap bars for your next camping trip. Its ingredients directly combat mosquito-born illnesses and when you purchase a pack, the company will donate one bar to an organization fighting widespread illnesses like malaria. $20, osanabar.com.
You’ll trick everyone into thinking this elegantly packaged mosquito repellent is an expensive perfume. $16, coquicoqui.com.
Plant-based lemon eucalyptus repels mosquitoes for up to six hours, so be sure to reapply this one throughout the day. Although it’s suitable for year-round use, the cool scent is especially appealing for summer. $5.15, amazon.com.
This insect repelling cream will also protect you from itchy bug bites, thanks to a simple blend of citronella and tea tree oil. $13, amazon.com.
This lemon tea fragrance is unisex and safe to spray on your bed or clothes without staining. Spritz every four hours to ensure you’re protected throughout the day. $38, shen-beauty.com.
The star ingredient of this mist—hiba essential oil—is found exclusively in the 300-year old Aomori Hibi trees of Japan. Besides the citrusy fragrance, this unique ingredient is also renowned for it anti-microbial and insect repelling properties. $38, luckyscent.com.
If you’re headed to a place plaqued with mosquito-born illness, this pricier spray is TSA friendly and strong enough to keep bugs at bay. $65, aromaflage.com.