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Old 04-23-2013, 10:32 AM  
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For Citronella to work you crush the leaves and rub the oil on the skin.



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Get some tiki touches, they at least will add some atmosphere and will go well with your jimmy buffet shirt.



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For Citronella to work you crush the leaves and rub the oil on the skin.
They were advertised differently, so I was trying it as is. If I would go through a plant a day to cover my skin!

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Get some tiki touches, they at least will add some atmosphere and will go well with your jimmy buffet shirt.
I have a bunch. After my Hamburger in Paradise there was no going back.
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Here's what MEN's has to sy about skitters.

http://www.motherearthnews.com/natural-health/natural-mosquito-repellents-zm0z12jjzhun.aspx#axzz2ROUSLMJJ

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What; no truth in advertizing?

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It seems not in this case.



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