With a Blend of Natural Essential Oils | DEET & Alcohol FreeAnyone who enjoys the outdoors in Canada and the northernmost U.S. states knows that the real enemy of the wilderness wanderer is the malevolent black fly. Most prominent beginning in about the middle of May, and continuing to make the outdoors a miserable place to be well into June, or even July. The repelling action of essential oils, combined with the moisturizing and protective properties of vegetable oils, our 100% natural pomade (NO DEET) will protect you from those annoying Black Flies and their bites! They may swarm but they won't land! Learn more about our insect repellents >>
*Registered with the Maine Board of Pesticides Control
Apply the pomade in a circular motion on the uncovered areas of the skin. Repeat as necessary.
Keep out of eyes. Avoid exposure to the sun while using this pomade as it does not contain sunscreen.
Store in a cool and dry place, away from light.
Active Ingredients: peppermint oil (4.55%), rosemary oil (1.78%), cedarwood oil (1.78%), geranium oil (0.89%). Inactive Ingredients: olive oil, beeswax, cocoa seed butter, coconut oil, vitamin E (91%)
This product contains certain essential oils that are not recommended for children under 6 and women who are nursing. See our page on essential oils for more details.
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My son-in-law is a bug magnet. When we are at the lake he is the only one that every bug attacks. So this product will be of a great help to him
Perhaps there's a Chickadee who is, indeed, "wayward" ( Love this company's name!); but we found NO BLACK FLIES to be wayward when this wonderful repellent was applied!
Potent...to pests; Charmingly scented...to Mainers.
So pleased with my first experience using this product. Worked outside all day with flies a plenty and nary a bite. Great customer service as well.
Just a little PSA about Wayward Chickadee's black fly repellent. Disgusting to see all these flies around me, but amazing that NONE land on me! Even better, I love that when I came back inside and my dog licked my arm, I didn't have to worry that he just got a tongue-ful of chemicals that could hurt him. Highly recommend! | Imported from Facebook