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If you are one of those people who always ends up getting bitten to pieces at BBQ's while your friends escape virtually unscathed, read on… 

There are several natural essential oils with powerful mosquito repellent properties that can help turn you from bug candy into someone who can actually enjoy his or her evening. 

Some good mosquito repellent oils are : Lemon Eucalyptus, Lemongrass, Eucalyptus, Rosemary, Thyme, Cypress, Clove, Lavender, Peppermint, Basil, Rosewood, Geranium & Lemon.

You can buy a couple of these essential oils yourself and dilute them (at max 5% essential oil to 95% vegetable oil) with neem, grape seed, almond  etc oil for a simple homemade protector, or you can use one of the three luxurious, 100% botanical DANIELE de WINTER  body oils to keep mosquitos at bay:

1. FRAICHEUR DU VERGER warming, toning, ache-relieving body oil with Lemon Eucalyptus, Peppermint and Thyme.

2. FLEURS NOCTURNES fragrant relaxing body oil with Rosewood, Geranium and Lavender.

2. CONTOURS DE LIANE slimming, firming, perfecting body oil with Lemongrass, Cypress and Rosemary.

All three of our body oils are 100% botanical and contain only the highest quality vegetable, nut & seed oils. All three are formulated to keep the bugs away while respectively toning, relaxing or stimulating subcutaneous fat metabolism. All three are also great for replenishing sebum levels and helping relieve dryness and fine lines after a day under the sun.

One pump of oil rubbed between your hands and smoothed over hair in the morning also protects your locks from 'beach burn' due too much sea & sun…

Right now, for every purchase of 200ml body oil we are giving away 50ml SOIE FLUIDE silky, lemon and coconut body lotion as a free gift: Beautifully botanical and rich in antioxidants, SOIE FLUIDE can be applied beneath sunscreen to give your skin added moisture with integrated antioxidant protection.

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