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“I recently bought more of your insect repellent roll on oil as I won’t get through summer without it! I travel to SE Asia for work and don’t leave without your product as it’s good for sensitive skin, smells great and WORKS. Great online service and products. So glad I saw your stall in Hyde Park a couple of years ago! “
Available now in the One Stop Mozzie Shop is your Smitten, a 15ml roll-on designed to be family-friendly.
Included in this little triple head roll-on is the oil blends of Sandalwood Nut Oil, Lavender, Australian Calendula carrier oil to reduce the swelling and irritation which comes with insect bites and stings.
Very gentle, safe and effective natural Australian product.
The blended oils in this lovely product have a soothing effect on the skin when placed over a bite by a mosquito, sandfly and other small pesky insects. We have even had a client who has placed Smitten over the sting of a bee and a wasp and it has helped reduce the sting. Smitten has even been known to soothe the area if you have been unfortunate enough to be stung by a blue jellyfish – Portuguese-Man-of-War.
To apply, roll a small amount of Smitten over the bite and around the area or on the exposed skin around the eyes, nose and mouth which will help keep the flies from landing. Although Smitten is not made to deter flies, it does work if applied regularly but keep away from close connection with the eyes, inner ears and mouth.
Take the Smitten in the handy roll-on with you on bush walks, camping, BBQs, picnics, gardening – your outdoor friend. Testimonials
This little roll-on is known to be safe to use for all the family so keep it in your handbag and when travelling.
However, we recommend always to apply a skin test first as a precaution and in case you may react to any of the ingredients.
Keep your Smitten in a cool place, away from direct sunlight and from very small children.
‘Used by our young family with children aged from 2-10 who lived in Karratha to relieve them from the irritation of sand fly bites’.