iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $2.18 (36% off)
Posted by Reviewer3071798 on Oct 08, 2008
I put just 2 drops on my dogs collar and let it soak in over night, then I put it back on in the morning, about every two weeks and he stays "Flea Free"! Our vet said she couldn't beleive how great it was working, there was no need for her to treat him with 'Frontline'. And she also said she was going to try it on her dogs too. DON'T USE ON CATS, THEY HATE THE SMELL!!
Posted by Reviewer3251189 on Jun 28, 2011
a natural way to make mosquito spray, blend it with some jojoba oil and your good to go.
Posted by Reviewer1759205 on Aug 17, 2009
I used it to make anti mosquito oil mix for my toddler. It worked. Used lemon-grass, citronella, peppermint with coconut oil as a base. Very satisfied. Good prices.
Necessity in Hong Kong
Posted by LantauMama on Jun 10, 2013
We use this in our bathrooms in those jars with the 'sticks' to keep a citronella smell and in oil burners. This is good value for citronella oil, and it is nice and thick and has a strong smell.
great for camping
Posted by Reviewer2035514 on Jul 13, 2009
i bought this oil to mix with lavender and lemongrass oils, as a bug repellant. it works great for that, plus i've added a drop or two to a burning candle(not on the wick, it'll put it out) if the bugs are extremely bad.
Posted by KoreaSucks on Jul 13, 2013
Aroma quallity follows it's price.
Oil used in making horse fly repellent
Posted by Reviewer1496542 on Oct 16, 2008
I purchased this oil in order to make my own horse fly repellent. I now have everyone in the barn asking for my secret recipe as it is more effective than any of the sprays containing unhealthy pyrethrins. Thanks for making a top notch product. Martha Nowak
Good to repel mozzies
Posted by MummyKnowsBest on Oct 13, 2013
Excellent. Pungent smell thou.
Posted by arnapan on Sep 16, 2014
Very effective for mosquitos. I use it with a light oil as a base and in this way, I avoid chemical insect repellents.
Posted by 5633939372416723914 on Oct 30, 2013
i use it as anti-insect spray, i cant see any significant improvement, but it seems not bad as temporary bug-propellant. i had been staying in hostel and suffered from begbug for a week, so i stray on the beg and my luggage, i can see some tiny insects coming out and leave the beg and coach but not sure if they're begbugs.they move really slowly...since then, i feel much better...i dont like the smell so i think the insects might had the same feeling