NOW IN BOTTLE FORM! Made using oils & essential oils to repel insects & help heal the skin for weather damage.
With this bug dope, a little goes a long way.
Catnip essential oil: Main ingredient in this Bug Dope, it is said to be more effective at repelling bugs than its chemical counterpart, deet.
Soybean Oil: Contains natural insect repellent and spf properties.
Sunflower Oil: High in essential fatty acids which aids in moisturizing and nourishing the skin as it contains properties that are similar to human sebum.
Calendula:Known for their calming, anti-inflammatory, and skin healing support. It is especially good for chapped, damaged, irritated & acne skin.
Neem Oil: Has antiseptic, antiviral, antifungal, antibacterial properties, along with it being a natural insecticide and contains a natural low spf.
Blend of Essential Oils: All essential oils in 'Bug Dope' are naturally inscet repellents, but also have antiseptic, cell regenerating and healing properties. *If you would like to know the complete list of essentail oils, or have any questions, please don't hesitate email me.*
Lavender essential oil: Natural insect repellent, known for its powers in healing inflammations, sores, wounds, sunburns, etc.
Made by tree planters, for tree planters.
Cucamanga's bug dope is the offical bug dope for the KKRF
'Bug Dope' is a term used by tree planters meaning bug repellant.
KKRF= King Kong Reforestation
Label by: Charles Inglehart.
Ingredients: soybean oil, organic calendula infused in organic sunflower oil, neem oil, Canadian beeswax, blend of essential oils.
I originally made this Bug Dope 6 years ago for my seasons of tree planting each spring and summer. I was interested in using a product that didn't contain deet or any toxic chemicals. I found it very effective in the wilderness of British Columbia that I decided to create some for my travels to the islands of Thailand. Once again I had Mosquitos hovering trying to find a place to land with no avail and I didn't have the lingering smell of deet accompanying me. I had other travellers begging for some and I knew there was something great created here. I have used this bug repellant for 5 years in the Canadian wilderness, specifically for the treeplanting seasons up in northern Alberta, and BC, and I can say it's not something I would leave behind.
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