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How to buy a safer and more effective insect repellent

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How to buy a safer and more effective insect repellent

Insect repellents can deter pests from nibbling, biting, stinging and, well, bugging you while you’re outdoors, but some insect repellents are safer than others, according to the Environmental Working Group (EWG), which studies the safety and efficacy of a variety of consumers products. The group recommends people use repellants with one of three main ingredients: picaridin, DEET and IR3535: “Each of these active ingredients has low safety concerns and is highly effective at preventing bites from a variety of ticks and biting insects,” the organization writes in a report. Among the EWG’s recommended brands are: Sawyer Picardin ($8.70 on Amazon) and OFF!

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