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    Thanks ill look around & try all of those out between now & xmas

    Im just keen to avoid him getting bitten as much as possible cause i come up in massive welts etc & im not sure if he'll be the same.

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    I use Vanilla Mozi for DS. It's works well http://www.vanillamozi.com/store/#!/...219/category=0

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    I've just bought some online wrist repellent things called Para'kito. Haven't tried them but there supposed to be good.

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    Best thing= sorb cream & citronella oil.

    I used this on dd from 4 months.

    Was so popular while camping I had to mix up big bottles!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FITCHICK View Post
    Best thing= sorb cream & citronella oil.

    I used this on dd from 4 months.

    Was so popular while camping I had to mix up big bottles!
    The chemist told me not to put anything with citronella on bubs skin. I bought these little patches to put on the pram and on the cot. I saw someone with on their ring sling the other day and I guess you could pop one on his clothes. They work quite well against mozzies and midgies.


 

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