Review: Tick Tock Naturals Bug Repellent

Prevent Lyme Disease with Tick Tock Naturals

Review: Tick Tock Naturals Bug Repellent

As someone who loves the outdoors, I am constantly on the look out for products that make my experience outside a more enjoyable one. That includes avoiding the torment of bug bites. But, since cutting down on chemicals, it’s been hard to find a natural bug spray I can rely on. Until, I found Tick Tock Naturals, which helps prevent against diseases carried by both ticks and mosquitoes.

While I am concerned about mosquitoes bites, a major worry for me is Lyme disease, especially because I live in one of the fourteen states where the disease is present. Primarily found in the Northeast and Midwest, Lyme disease has always been a scary reality of spending time outdoors. According to the CDC, around 300,000 people in the United States are diagnosed with Lyme disease each year.

Prevent Lyme Disease with Tick Tock Naturals

A few years ago, the founder of Tick Tock Naturals was diagnosed with Lyme disease. Luckily, she caught it early enough, but she decided to come up with a way to prevent other people from going through what she did.

As its name implies, Tick Tock Naturals is made of all natural, organic ingredients. The main ingredient is grape seed oil, which isn’t greasy and spreads easily onto skin. It also won’t evaporate over time, like water, alcohol, or witch hazel. The only other two ingredients are lemongrass oil and eugenol (an oil coming from clove). Most other organic or natural bug sprays are a mix of essential oils, which can be overwhelming. Tick Tock Naturals smells only like lemongrass, which is a a refreshing change. They have two sizes, including a travel size which has come along with me on a few adventures. Plus, they have an organic soy candle for protection against bugs.

I realize that right now it’s the dead of winter, but unfortunately, ticks are active unless the ground is frozen. So if you plan on spending any time outdoors, even in your own backyard, it doesn’t hurt to have some protection. Plus, spring and summer are right around the corner, and you’re better off being safe rather than sorry. I know Lyme disease is one illness I don’t want to take a risk on.

Prevent Lyme Disease with Tick Tock Naturals

For a limited time, you can use the code wander17 when you make your purchase, and you will get 20% off of your order.  You can click the photo above and it will take you right to their online shop.

Tick Tock Naturals insect repellent is a great alternative to DEET, which has many risk factors especially in large doses. It’s also cruelty free, which is important to me as a consumer, and a portion of sales go to Lyme Research Alliance to fund research. So far, I’ve loved it, and I plan on continuing to use it on all of my adventures in 2017.

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Review: Tick Tock Naturals Bug Repellent

Tick Tock Naturals sent me a sample to try, however, as always all opinions and views are my own.

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Comments (5)

  1. mags

    I love that this is cruelty free. I don’t live in place where Lyme disease is prevalent anymore, but this is certainly useful when traveling!

    1. The World Wanderer

      Yes! Me too! Yeah, it is good for traveling and also for mosquitoes. 🙂

  2. Tara

    Like you, I’m always searching for an all-natural solution to keep mosquitoes and ticks away. So far, my favorite is Herbal Armor, but I may try Tick Tock this year and see how it compares.

    1. The World Wanderer

      Oh, I don’t know that one. Yes, all-natural solutions are definitely my go to!

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