Advantages It works, all natural prep spray to ward off midges, safe for all skin types, lightly scented.
Disadvantages Scent not for all, availability.
Six years ago when I had discovered Anthisan bite cream, I had been out rambling with a couple of friends and we happened to pass a garden centre built into our favourite reserve. The centre had laid dormant for a year until a new buyer came in as the previous owner had run it down to the point that the windows had caved in and we often found the building to be a temporary dry off area whenever a storm came by, often bringing out the midges! The centre had a wonderful cafe that offered yummy home baking against the mass tradition of tray bakes sourced from companies like Costco and Makro (you can always tell the professionals from the amateurs by the baking!). We were eager to take a rest anyway as it was mid afternoon and the midges were quite bad.A friend of mine pointed out a gift shop whereupon my eyes were drawn to natural honeycomb beeswax unscented candles that were unusual looking and this product, Eureka Midge Repellent. If you are a native in Scotland, there are three stalwart products you use for midge repellent - the unwise and always available poor "Shoo" repellent that makes you smell like you've toppled yourself in original Shake n Vac carpet powder, Citronella wipes for your face that often made my lips tingle and produce a negative effect despite smelling like a lemon for most of the day, or if you are lucky to find a representative, you have stocked up wisely in Avon's Skin So Soft body lotion as there is a particular additive in the cream that wards off midges.
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|Price||£7 to £7-50 in 2012 £3-99 in 2006.|
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