Certified Organic Citronella & Rosemary Good For The Skin. Bad For The Bug. Rub It In.
Badger Anti-Bug Balm Citronella and Rosemary is a tried and true formulation, blended to strike fear in the hearts of biting insects everywhere. Anti-Bug Balm smells good, feels good, soothes dry skin, and really works - without DEET! Badger Bill personally tested this concept in Tamil Nadu, India where the Malaria mosquito is especially fierce, and in the biting fly wilderness of the Georgia Okefenokee Swamp. He found it both pleasant to use and very effective at preventing bites. Anti-Bug Balm meets EPA 25b Minimum Risk Exempt requirements. Anti-Bug Balm is an all natural insect repellent that is safe for the whole family! Badger Anti-Bug Products have been third-party lab tested, and show high efficacy - up to three hours for mosquitoes and stable flies! The ingredients in Badger Balm are USDA Certified Organic.
Independent lab tests show high efficacy - between three and four hours for mosquitoes.
Natural formulas that do not contain DEET, petrolatum, or any other chemicals
Essential oils of Citronella, Cedar, and Lemongrass have been used for centruies to naturally repel insects
Safe for the whole family to use
Powerful of antioxidants from Rosemary essential oil help to prevent cellular damage
They never use any artificial "fragrances", color, detergents, synthetics, mineral oils, or harsh ingredients
An unopened tin of Badger stored at moderate temperatures should be good for three years. If you open it and it smells good, it is good. Since most of their products are made with a base of olive oil and beeswax, both natural preservatives, even a balm that doesn't smell as good is still safe to use, just not as pleasant! They do not use chemical stabilizers or any other nasty stuff, so extremes in temperature (such as freezing, thawing, and humidity) can affect shelf life by changing the consistency and lessening the scent of the balm. All of their tins are imprinted with a "Best By" date on the outside of the lid, which is three years from manufacture. Their lip balms have both a date of manufacture and a "BB" (best by) date stamped on the bottom of the stick, which is two years after manufacture. Their oils have a "Best By" date sticker on the product boxes as well as on the bottom of the glass bottle, which is two years from the manufacture date. Their sunscreens have an "EXP" (expiration date) imprinted on the top of the tube within the crimped seal, which is two years from the manufacture date. Badger Questions & Answers What is the shelf life of an unopened tin of Badger?
DirectionsRemember to reapply frequently for best protection against biting insects.
Ingredients: Active ingredients: 10% *Ricinus communis (castor) oil and essential oils of 5% *cymbopogon nardus (citronella), 2% *cedrus atlantica (cedar), 2% *cymbopogon schoenanthus (lemongrass), 1% *rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary), & 1% *pelargonium graeolens (geranium). Other Ingredients: *Olea eruopaea (extra virgin olive) oil and *cera alba (beeswax). (other ingredients 79%) *= Certified Organic.
Caution: May cause eye irritation. Avoid contact with eyes. First Aid: In case of eye contact, wash eyes with plenty of water. If irritation persists, get medical attention. may cause skin reactions in rare cases. If so, wash with soap and water. Get medical attention if irritation persists.
Caution: May cause eye irritation. Avoid contact with eyes. First Aid: In case of eye contact, wash eyes with plenty of water. If irritation persists, get medical attention. may cause skin reactions in rare cases. If so, wash with soap and water. Get medical attention if irritation persists. IngredientsActive ingredients: Castor Oil and Essential Oils of Citronella, Cedar, Lemongrass, Rosemary, Geranium. Other Ingredients: Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Beeswax.