Buggemoff Herbal Insect Repellent Cream

Buggemoff herbal insect repellent cream has a pleasant smell and is an effective herbal insect repellent for many insects. It is Deet free.

Buggemoff cream contains a mixture of essential oils and tinctures traditionally used to repel biting insects. Try a small amount on an area of skin for a few hours to make sure you are not allergic to any of the ingredients. (Contains ess. oils of Lavender, Bog Myrtle, Citronella, Geranium, Thyme, Myrrh and Tinctures of Thyme and Feverfew, Coconut oil & Cocoa butter base cream.) Use with caution or not at all if pregnant or breastfeeding or on very young children (Under 5).

Weight: 60ml
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We have now improved the formula off Buggemoff cream and added Bog Myrtle essential oil which has been used in Scotland for many years to repel Scottish Midges. Biting insects can be a nuisance at barbeques, pub gardens and most outside events in summer, fishermen are particularly vulnerable on a warm summer evening whilst sat next to a midge and mosquito infested riverbank, so why not protect yourself and try our Buggemoff Cream.

Here's what customers are saying about it:

"Earnshaws insect repellent cream worked well on our recent trip to Gambia. My daughter and I applied it to wrists and ankles mainly and didn't get one bite. I would recommend the cream to all travellers and it smells quite pleasant!"

D. Stewart

"Just a little card to say "Thanks very much" for the insect repellent cream and also the bite cream you mixed up for me recently. Not only do they work brilliantly, but they smell so nice too- they're a pleasure to use!

I'll be in touch again soon as I'd like to order some for my friends"


"I just wanted to let you know that I used your excellent BuggemOff cream on my trip around southern Africa, and couldn’t have been happier with the result. Armed also with DEET (a “just in case” precaution) I embarked on my trip to discover that Earnshaw’s Herbal Insect Repellent (nice smelling, moisturising, and lacking the ability to dye my clothes) did just the trick all by itself, and that I did not need to resort to harsh chemicals, despite camping in the middle of the Okavango Delta in Botswana (where the mosquitoes resemble baby elephants). In fact, I was only bitten twice during my month long excursion – both times on the last night of my trip when, safely ensconced in a lovely air conditioned hotel in Zambia, I was foolish enough to believe I was unreachable to the flying beasties and therefore for the first time did not use BuggemOff. Lesson learnt.

Thank you!"