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Wee Myrtle Spray

Wee Myrtle Spray

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Try our Wee Myrtle Spray - you'll love it!  Use daily to keep your skin feeling and smelling gorgeous and protected from midges & mozzies!

Scientifically tested by the team at the University of The West of Scotland, headed up by biologist Dr Richard Thacker and proven to be an effective insect repellent

We believe our Wee Myrtle spray is the best natural insect repellent spray in the UK!

Here's why -

Wee Myrtle Spray is water-based, feels light and fresh on your skin and it's handmade in Scotland

Thousands of delighted customers use Wee Myrtle Spray every year in the UK and abroad

It smells gorgeous

Wee Myrtle spray is non oily, so won't damage clothes or your tech gear

and just to confirm, it's been scientifically tested and proven to be an effective insect repellent

 

Wee Myrtle is made with a blend of the finest essential oils to soothe and protect: 

Lavender essential oil is calming and detoxing.   Midges and mosquitos find it offensive, so it is a well know insect repellent

Lemon essential oil is a powerful antioxidant.  It is purifying, cleansing and uplifting and has many skin benefits.  It is also an effective repellent as insects don't like the fragrance.

Bog Myrtle oil is said to be kind to sensitive skin.  It is also anti-ageing!  It has been used in the Highlands for hundreds of years as an insect repellent.  No fisherman would ever go out without a sprig of Bog Myrtle behind their ear.

So the combination of these ingredients will moisturise, hydrate and protect your skin in so many ways!    

Airline friendly 75ml bottle

Wee Myrtle and MOZpro skin products are identical, in both ingredients and effectiveness.

Reviews:

I said I would call you when I had tried the body butter and spray
as I didn’t believe they would work. Well I’m calling to say it works -
and I can I order 4 more please?’ Fiona, Kirkconnel

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