Stacy Talks & Reviews: Insect Shield Apparel

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Insect Shield Apparel

We are outdoorsy people so we are all to familiar with outdoor pests. Plus the fact that we live in the country makes us all the more aware. We've seen and experienced it all from fleas and ticks to mosquitoes and flies. So if someone offers me the opportunity to try and help repel those unwanted pests you can sure bet I'm going to jump all over it. Especially when it comes to that something being clothes! I mean I'm a girl, and what girl doesn't like herself some new clothes?

Insect Shield® Repellent Gear has been proven and registered to repel mosquitoes, ticks, fleas, and flies. The EPA requires extensive effectiveness data to prove a product's ability to repel insects. Many species and varieties of these insects have been tested, including those that can carry dangerous diseases.

I'm no scientist, or statistician but I can say for sure that this stuff works. While wearing my Insect Shield Apparel or using the blanket I didn't have a single flying pest land on me. And this was while we were out in the woods near a creek. So I really should have had them landing on me quite often when I wasn't moving.

Insect Shield Apparel comes in a wide selection from casual tops and bottoms to hats and accessories - all with built-in, EPA-registered Insect Shield protection that lasts through 70 washings. And if you're into wearing yoga pants, like most of us gals now days you'll be pretty happy because they have those too!

If you live some place that these pests are well.. pesty then you'll definitely want to check out what Insect Shield has to offer.

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