All Natural Insect Repellent

All Natural Insect Repellent

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Alpenglow Skincare is a family company owned and operated by Susan Houlihan in Homer, Alaska. Her products are made from only natural, raw ingredients, much of which are locally wildcrafted or grown in her home garden.


Whether you’re hiking in Alaska where the mosquitos run rampant or in the coastal tropics where sand fleas could have you scratching for days, this All Natural Insect Repellent will keep you protected. The concentrated repellent is made without DEET or other harmful ingredients and provides protection against mosquitos, black flies, ticks, biting flies, no-see-ums and sand fleas. 

Alpenglow only uses pure essential oils that have been steam distilled or cold pressed directly from plants and flowers to scent their products. Not only do they smell better than any synthetic fragrance, they are beneficial to the skin.

The bugs in Alaska can be overwhelming during the summer season and we rely heavily on insect repellent to stay out and work when they are swarming every evening. Chemical repellents makes us feel sick with repeated use and we need something that is safe for our baby. Leah is often covered in bites when no one else has been touched and has tried every bug spray under the sun. Alpenglow has hit the mark with this very effective natural insect repellent and we highly recommend it. 

Got bites already? Use Alpenglow's Cottonwood Balm to soothe and heal your bites.

Directions: Very concentrated. Spray into your palm and then spread over exposed skin. Avoid contact with eyes and mouth. Reapply as needed. Safe for babies and children with adult supervision.

4oz bottle

Ingredients: castor oil, organic lemongrass essential oil, organic citronella oil, cedarwood essential oil, geranium essential oil, rosemary essential oil, organic sunflower oil.

Alpenglow Skincare represents that this product qualifies for the exemption from regulation by the EPA under FIFRA 40 CFR Sec 152.25 minimum risk pesticide.