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Introducing Best Bee Brothers’ New Premium Shake + Shield Line and Carpenter Bee Repellent

Mosquito Repellent Mosquitoes No-See-Ums

Introducing Best Bee Brothers’ New Premium Shake + Shield Line and Carpenter Bee Repellent

Keep bed bugs, mosquitoes, no-see-ums and carpenter bees away with Best Bee Brothers’ new line of bug repellents, made with naturally derived active ingredients.

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No-See-Um Bite Treatments

Bug Facts No-See-Ums

No-See-Um Bite Treatments

No-See-Ums Bites: Natural Treatment Methods No-see-ums are tiny flies, whose miniature size makes them very difficult to spot. Females are known for their bloodsucking habits as they need protein in order to produce eggs. Keep no-see-ums away with our uniquely formulated insect repellent! SHOP NOW If you happen to be bitten by no-see-ums, here are some natural treatment methods you can follow to help reduce the redness and swelling. Or head over to our No-See-Um Prevention blog for types and strategies on how to keep these tiny insects at bay. Use Essential Oils Essential oils can provide a feeling of relief...

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How to Cure Bed Bug Bites: Taking the Itch Out

Bed Bugs Bug Facts

How to Cure Bed Bug Bites: Taking the Itch Out

Experiencing itchy spots after sleeping? Find out everything you need to know about treatment for bed bug bites. Learn more from Best Bee Brothers today!

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How to Prevent Ticks While Hiking

How to Prevent Ticks While Hiking

Learn how to effectively prevent and repel ticks while exploring the great outdoors. Stay tick-free on your hiking adventures with these essential tips today!

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Natural Ways to Keep Ticks Away

Chemical Free Mosquito Repellent Tick Repellent

Natural Ways to Keep Ticks Away

What Are Ticks? As pests, ticks are almost as notorious as mosquitoes. These tiny bugs are actually arachnids, not insects. In fact, depending on its stage in the life cycle, a tick may have 6 or 8 legs and resemble a spider if you look closely enough. Hopefully, you will never have to see one up close, but if you do, here are some tips to follow: Ticks are active year-round, as long as temperatures are above freezing, but they are most often found on humans during the summer months, the tick’s mating season. Ticks like to hide out in...

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