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Did you Know?
All of Avon's insect repellents contain either Picaridin or IR3535 , are dermatologist
tested, PABA-free and also contain Vitamin E.  These ingredients are as effective as DEET.












BUG REPELLENT WITH SUNSCREEN

Bug Guard Plus IR3535 Expedition

     Repels mosquitoes for 8 hours, deer ticks for 10 hours.

     Repels mosquitoes for 8 hours, deer ticks for 10 hours.

     Repels mosquitoes for 8 hours, deer ticks for 10 hours.

Repels deer ticks that may carry and transmit LYME DISEASE✓  Deet-free  ✓  SPF 28 & SPF 30  ✓  Dermatologist-tested  ✓  Hypoallergenic  ✓  With vitamin E
✓  Protects against mosquitoes, deer ticks, gnats, no-seeums, sand flies, biting midges
Bug Guard Plus Picaridin













Bug Guard Plus Picaridin

    Repels mosquitoes for 8 hours and deer ticks for 12 hours

    Repels mosquitoes for 8 hours and deer ticks for 12 hours

     Repels mosquitoes for 8 hours and deer ticks for 12 hours.  Resealable bag holds 8 packets.

      Repels mosquitoes for 6 hours and deer ticks for 7 hours.

*Aerosol Spray does not contain aloe

Repels deer ticks that may carry and transmit LYME DISEASE

✓  Deet-free  ✓  With vitamin E & Aloe*

✓  Protects against mosquitoes, deer ticks, gnats, no-seeums, sand flies, biting midges







Water-Resistant Plus SPF 30 Bug Guard Plus IR3535®





WATER-RESISTANT PLUS SPF 30

Bug Guard Plus IR3535

     Dermatologist tested

     Blue color shows where applied, then disappears when 
      rubbed onto skin.  Pediatrician-tested.



Protects against mosquitoes that may carry and transmit ZIKA VIRUS

✓  Deet-free  ✓  SPF 30  ✓  Water-resistant  ✓  Non-greasy  ✓  Hypoallergenic  ✓  With vitamin E & Aloe

✓  Protects against mosquitoes, deer ticks, gnats, no-seeums, sand flies, biting midges




Anti-Itch SprayANTI-ITCH

FORGOT YOUR REPELLENT AND NEED RELIEF 
Anti-itch Spray
Provides temporary 
itch relief from insect bites

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