Away™ RTU (ready to use) essential oil blend helps to repel insects and eliminate odors.
How To Use Away™ RTU:
Apply in a petting manner by dropping 3-5 drops (or more) of Away RTU into your hands, rub them together until a light coating remains, then pet onto the areas of need.
For insect repellent; rub around the "ankle" area of your dog, since ticks will often contact this area first, as they start to climb up the legs. Also rub down the legs, around the neck, shoulders, rump area, and back.
4-Legger complies with animalEO's no refund or return policy on the sale of all animalEO essential oil blends.
Fractionated Coconut Oil, Essential Oils of Lemon Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus citriodora), Catnip (Nepeta cataria), Citronella (Cymbopogon nardus), Lemon Tea Tree (Leptospermum petersonii), White Cypress (Callitris glaucophylla)
Lemon Eucalyptus:An excellent insect repellent oil is from Australia. It is a calming oil and anti-inflammatory effective against fungus.
Catnip: A powerful insect repellent that has been found to be more effective than the insect repellent diethyl-meta-toluamide (DEET).
Citronella: A powerful pest repellent and odor remover.
Lemon Tea Tree: The same pest repelling and antibacterial properties of the Tea Tree plant with a lemon scent.
White Cypress: A blending oil that helps to ground, balance, and calm.
Away™ is safe for dogs, cats, ferrets, birds, and other animals. If applied to cats, do not mist, rub on only, as cats to not like the misting application.
Some animals are sensitive to specific essential oils. The same animal may benefit from another essential oil. Essential oils are not a substitute for veterinary care. If your dog has a medical condition essential oils have been proven to assist in conjunction with good nutrition, whole food supplements, and other holistic and conventional modalities.
For all animals, how often you apply an essential oil blend will be based on your situation. Using the concentrations and application methods recommended for your species, apply the blend once, then wait and see how the animal responds, and what effects you obtained. Sometimes we see no obvious results initially, and that can be expected with diluted amounts or beginning applications.
Once you start to see that your animal is tolerating the oil application well, and you notice a time frame (maybe bugs stay away for 2 hours...) - time the next application for when the results wore off. Basically tailoring the frequency that we apply the oils - directly to how long it lasts for the individual animal. You may find you will need more frequent applications or a stronger concentration during certain times of the year, with different types of insects or bugs, or with certain odors.