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With these items, you may make your own mosquito repellent at home.

There are a lot of fun outdoor activities that people do these days, like trekking, camping, hiking, picnicking, and more. There are mosquitoes to bother you when you're out in the wild. There are also more mosquito-borne diseases than there used to be. You don't have to go camping or travel to get bitten and infected by these tiny but dangerous creatures. You can get them right at home. This means we need to act quickly to stop them right in their tracks. So, here are a few things you can do at home to keep the mosquitoes away.

Peppermint oil and coconut oil are suitable for your body.

Other than peppermint oil, other essential oils can help you keep mosquitoes away. When you mix it with coconut oil, it becomes even more effective at repelling mosquitoes. It's like having your natural bug spray.

In this case, the Lemon Eucalyptus Oil. Mixing one part lemon eucalyptus with two parts of carrier oil, like coconut or olive oil, will smell good. Apply this oil mixture to the area that needs help to get better.

Lemon eucalyptus oil has chemicals like citronellal and p-methane 3,8-diol in it. While citronellal is thought to be able to keep mosquitoes away, PMD is very good at getting rid of them.

Oil of Neem

You can use coconut oil and neem oil together to keep mosquitos away. A study found that when 2 per cent neem oil and coconut oil were used together, different mosquitoes were much less likely to bite.

Oil made from the tea tree

In addition to being good for fighting bacteria, tea tree oil is also suitable for relieving pain. It has antiseptic properties that help wounds heal. Another thing that keeps mosquitoes away is the strong smell of tea tree oil. However, it is powerful and should be used with a suitable carrier oil, like coconut oil.

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