All Terrain Herbal Armor Spray Insect Repellent

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All Terrain Herbal Armor Spray Insect Repellent -
All Terrain's 4 oz. Kid's Herbal Armor Insect Repellent Lotion will give your little one's safe, natural, highly effective, Deet-free protection against insects. Its non-irritating, allergy tested, safe for sensitive skin and won't damage clothing or equipment. This patented, time-release formula with six natural-repelling oils has been clinically proven to be 100% effective for two hours and 95.8% for three hours. Made for active outdoor enthusiasts by outdoor enthusiasts, Herbal Armor is sweat and water-resistant for active lifestyles. Awarded Best Gear by National Geographic Adventure - "Of all the natural, DEET-FREE bug repellents none that we tried was as effective as Herbal Armor."Active Ingredients: Oil of Soybean 11.5%, Oil of Citronella 10.0%, Oil of Peppermint 2.0%, Oil of Cedar 1.50%, Oil of Lemongrass 1.00%, Oil of Geranium 0.05%. Inactive Ingredients: (73.95%): Water, Glyceryl Stearate, Beeswax, Vegetable Glycerin, Xanthan Gum, Potassium Sorbate, Citric Acid.


  • Natural ingredients won't damage or fade fabric or equipment


  • Unique formula contains five natural essential oils recognized by the EPA as repellents
  • All natural and environmentally friendly
  • EPA approved
  • Clinically proven to be 100% effective for more than two hours, 95.8% effective for three hours and 77.1% effective for four hours
  • All natural ingredients; 100% DEET-free repellent that works
  • Convenient spray formula is sweat- and water-resistant and non-greasy
  • Great against mosquitoes, ticks, black flies, gnats, flies, ants, and other pesky insects
The All Terrain Insect Repellent is a DEET free alternative to the other repellents on the market today.
Works well in a variety of situations and environments and can be trusted to do the job as good as the rest of them.
Unique formula contains five natural essential oils recognized by the EPA as repellents.
Clinically proven to be 100 percent effective for more than two hours, 95.8 percent effective for three hours and 77.1 percent effective for four hours.
Protects against mosquitoes, ticks, gnats, flies, ants, black flies and other pesky insects.
Start protecting yourself the natural way today.
Comes as a 4 oz. spray.


All-natural Herbal Armorâ„¢ Insect Repellent spray is perfect for hard-core enthusiasts who demand effectiveness, but don't want DEET.

Active Ingredients: Citronella Oil (10%), Soybean Oil (5.6%), Peppermint Oil (2.0%), Cedar Oil (1.5%), Lemongrass Oil (1.0%), Geranium Oil (0.05%)

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Active Ingredients:Oil of Citronella 10 Percent, Oil of Soybean 5.6 Percent and Oil of Peppermint 2.0 Percent
Convenient spray bottle:4 fluid ounces
Effective duration time:Up to 4 hours
Primary active ingredient:Citronella Oil (10%)
Time-released encapsulation for long-lasting protection:clinically proven to be 100% percent effective for over two hours, 95.8% effective for three hours, and 77% effective for four hours
Volume:4 fluid ounces

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All Terrain Herbal Armor Spray Insect Repellent Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

My favorite insect repellent. Period.

This is absolutely my favorite insect repellent. Now to be fair, I am not one of those unlucky people who usually has swarms of mosquitos following them everywhere they go. However... Over a long trip through wetlands, bog, and then into the rainforest, I wasn't bitten. At all. I put this stuff on and sure I smelled like a Tiki torch, but the bugs didn't even land on me. There were clouds of skeeters around all of us in the evening, everyone was using their own kind of bug repellant.

The only people who didn't get chomped? Me and 32% DEET Co-Hiker. This product? DEET free. I like that. I love not getting bitten.

One other good thing about it is that when you spray it on, it's white and foamy. You have to rub it in, but it gives you a few seconds to see exactly where you've got it so you know you haven't missed anywhere. If you do miss a spot, however, the bugs don't seem to notice. They just don't get close enough to find it.

Also, I have somewhat sensitive skin on my face. Anything harsh makes me break out. This? No break-out. Love it.

Best bug repellent ever. Get it. Use it. No more scratching. YES!
Sailor Meg at REI on 06/06/2010

Worked surprisingly well in Anchorage

My best friend purchased this herbal bug spray for our trip to Alaska last June. I was very curious to find out if it actually worked. The thing I first noticed about this bug spray was how yummy it smelled! It has a lemony aroma and I found myself thinking about using this as my daily scent. (I don't.) Ok, so it smells nice, but did it work? Mostly yes! Both my friend and I were just a little surprised when in Anchorage the skeeters didn't bite us even once! Unfortunately it was a different story in Denali. I don't know if it was because we had become lazy as far as applying the spray, or if there was a much higher number of mosquitos (or a different kind)...but we were definitely bitten pretty good there. Even so...I had to give this product 4 stars because I instantly fell in love with it. I could not give it 5 because it did not work in every situation. I am considering trying this in Yosemite, but I'm afraid the scent might attract bears. That is my only concern about this product because it smells like fresh fruit. But try it! Definitely worth a try!!!
Pocahikinghontas at REI on 01/01/2008

This stuff rocks!

When my outdoor-averse husband decided to take up hiking this summer, I was stunned and underprepared. I didn't have hiking gear anymore and had to buy everything new (go REI Outlet!). I hadn't used bug repellent in ages but remembered hating it. Sticky, smelly, ineffective. I checked all of the outdoor recreation stores and websites and it seemed like there was a good consensus that this one worked without the DEET. I was sold. Glad I was, too! After our first outing in the Pikes Peak area, my husband (who elected not to wear it), was eaten alive by bugs. I didn't have a single bite. The bottle now lives in his car. I can't say how well it works in seriously infested wetlands, but in the Colorado mountains, it's plenty good. Smells nice, too, and is minimally sticky.
Reluctant Athlete at REI on 07/07/2008

It worked in the Amazon!

Wore this on our trip to the Amazon. I'm one of those people who is usually mosquito candy. Early in the trip, when we got back to the lodge after a long day in the jungle, I took off my shoes and socks and slipped on my flip flops, but forgot to reapply. After a couple of hours I had one bite - on my foot, where I did NOT apply the repellant. I was more diligent afterward and I managed to come back from the jungle without any more bites! The smell can be pretty strong - I don't mind it but I know a lot of people do. It's definitely oily, but it's not like they didn't warn you with the ingredient list.
Mon at REI on 04/04/2011

It works!

My friends brought this on a trip to Yosemite. I urged them to get something without DEET. Who needs DEET in places without malaria and such? DEET eats away plastics and contaminates water sources. You don't want to cover yourself in DEET first, go for a swim and then drink water you (or someone else upstream) just swam in, yuk!

This product works! It smells just you would expect from a natural bug repellent and isn't greasy at all. I wish the bottle came without the spray nozzle though, because it doesn't really spray (more like a squirt) and adds unnecessary weight.
Breadless Cowgirl at REI on 07/07/2011

good for casual use

People tell me I smell like a citronella candle when I use this stuff, but that's not a bad thing. It's pretty easy to apply. You do have to rub it in after you spray to cover more area. I've found it to be effective against mosquitos on day hikes and in the backyard. I wouldn't trust it in the back country for ticks, chiggers, swarms of mosquitos, etc. I just love this stuff for everyday use because I don't feel like a walking toxic cloud of DEET.
NYtoTX girl at REI on 09/09/2009

The first line of defense

This works satisfactorily, which is better than most other natural bug repellents I have tried.

I always try to use a natural repellent if possible, like for everyday hiking, camping, and gardening. I haven't used this product in any extremely buggy situations, but if I were traveling to one I would bring DEET as a backup.

One thing I like is that it's a spray lotion. Spraying means quick application, and lotion means it's easy to apply to faces and there's no cloud of bad-tasting mist.
Kementari at REI on 08/08/2008

Good but not for WI woods in June

I used this product last summer for camping and hiking in Wisconsin. It has a pleasant fragrance and worked great for several hours in normal circumstances. It could not, however, repel the ungodly swarm of mosquitoes we encountered during an early-season camping trip in a heavily wooded lake area in central WI. But to be fair, the conventional repellents containing DEET did not do much better in that situation.
miltowngirl at REI on 05/05/2008

Negative Reviews:

Does not work and can cause sunburn!

This product does not work. I took it with me to Yosemite on a 4 day backpacking trip. I came home with 240 bites (exact count). What's worse, is the oils practically cooked my skin when I was in the sun, resulting in sunburn wherever the repellent was applied. I borrowed some DEET towards the end of the trip and the mosquitoes left me alone.
Joe Fish at REI on 07/07/2008

Insect Repellant, or Bait?

I took this up in to Yosemite for 5 days, and couldn't have been more disappointed. I was the only one who wore this stinky nonsense, and I was the only one who came back with over 100 bites. I wish I had noticed that the other reviews mention it only works when there's no mosquitos around.
Hikin at REI on 07/07/2011

Neutral Reviews:

Effecitve only in some situations

This product works great when there are just a few mosquitoes here and there, however, it is not enough when backpacking, camping, or fishing where there are tons of mosquitoes. It may be fine to use hiking while on the move under the cover of trees (it can increase sun burning in open sunlight) but once you're sitting still at a camp site at dawn or dusk, it won't be effective, not even close.

Personally, I'll be carrying this product as my first line of defense and only switch to a DEET product when the mosquitoes get thick. Just make sure you read up on DEET--how to use it, toxicology, effects as a solvent, and environmental impacts--prior to using it.

In short: do not rely on this product for situations in which there are a lot of mosquitoes. If there are few to moderate amounts of mosquitoes in the area--it's a great DEET free product.
MicahPDX at REI on 07/07/2009

It kinda works

I really wanted this to work, because DEET can cause neurological problems. I ended up doing an inadvertent test with this product and with no bug spray in the woods. Since I live in a mosquito infested area, with no spray I got three bites in less than 30 seconds. With this spray, I got two bites in 10 minutes. So it will prevent some, but not all mosquito bites. I wouldn't count on it protecting against ticks if you live in an area with Lyme disease, though.
Hi NSA at REI on 08/08/2013

Doesn't work in Costa Rica

The product smells great for being a bug reppellent...but it didn't work for my husband and I in Costa Rica. Actually, I think we got bitten even more after we used it in the rainforest. Im gonna try it around here (California) on my hiking trip.
Henesis at REI on 08/08/2008