Posted in Fragrance on March 31, 2015 by

There’s nothing more annoying that squatting mosquitoes.

Well, actually there is… Smelling like nose-burning chemicals every time we apply our bug spray to repel pesky insects comes a pretty close second.

Enter: Aromaflage, a botanical functional fragrance that doubles as insect repellent.

Yes, you read that right – a bug spray.

The secret behind its bug-be-gone powers is vanillin: a crystalline compound found in vanilla beans that has been proven to be highly effective at repelling mosquitoes. In fact, botanicals have been used as a natural insect repellant for centuries.

The essential oils found in Aromaflage, native to Southeast Asia, are derived from plants and fruits that naturally fend off insects. The fragrance also showcases notes of cedarwood and exotic orange, which gives the juice a warm, sweet aroma.

And, before you ask, “Doesn’t a fruity fragrance actually attract bloodsucking vermin?” The answer is no, not this one.

As a bonus, the purse-sized, gold-capped vial looks like a luxurious eau de parfum — no bulky, Mortein spray can here.

Click here to shop this dual-action travel parfum now so you can live a chic outdoor lifestyle.