in March I wrote about the newly released INtelligent Nutrients Certified Organic Bug Repellent Perfume Serum and Perfume Spray.
I just knew it was going to be a hit because it really works and it smells delish.
Clearly, everyone else thinks so too, because the press it has received has been amazing:
INSTYLE JULY 2011
Bug Free Zone—with a spray that smells sweet
Notes of thyme and clove—not DEET—help fend off pests... The best part? It smells light and airy—we’d wear it even without its buzz-off powers.
SELF JUNE 2011
We’re buzzing about an insect repellent that doesn’t repel us. It contains soy oil, a natural bug shield, along with notes of geranium, so it smells great, too.
W JUNE 2011
JUNE’S MOST WANTED
Loaded with nine essential oils—from cedar to rosemary and, of course, citronella—the blend is certified organic and good enough to eat—but not for them.
MARIE CLAIRE JULY 2011
Editors…Love it, Need It
Staves off critters with an organic blend of peppermint, lemongrass, and citronella oils-not pesticides like DEET—and smells so pleasant, I actually enjoy reapplying it.
NYLON JULY 2011
If you ask most women, bugs are not pretty, even if you’re really going for a carefree, wood-nymph look at, say, an outdoor concert. Neither are the chemicals often found in bug spray, which is why natural guru Horst Rechelbacher, has developed a bug serum for his line, Intelligent Nutrients. The pleasant-smelling formula was tested at his solar-powered home in Wisconsin and is completely free of herbicides, fungicides, insecticides and pesticides.