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Tincup
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What a sweetheart! 1/2 of the proceeds she makes in the month of May on bug repellents and ALL products are being donated to the Lyme Disease Association for education and research.

Kind people making donations during the month of May really makes me smile!

My favorite product happens to be the unscented Expedition Bug Repellent. Works really well, especially with those nasty biting black flies & mosquitoes too.

And you don't smell like a perfume factory while trying to be "cool" when hunting and fishing, or feel like a slimy grease ball while enjoying the beach and the great outdoors. It has sunscreen in it as an added protection- one product does it all.

Info here- https://sites.google.com/site/marylandlyme/may-ld-awareness/avon-donates-to-lda

Please share this info and encourage everyone to use protection/repellent of some sort, either these products or others. Thanks!

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Lymetoo
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This is great!! Thanks for posting, Ms TC!!!

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up!

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Tincup
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Hey TuTu!

How do you do? Miss you!

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BTW- Got a lovely note today from someone supporting this young ladies efforts and thanking us for spreading the word.

And, I had a thought. Yes, I did so!!!

I usually purchase a large number of tick repellent products and stuff like that to use as gifts for those I care about for holidays. You can make nice gift baskets with a real good purpose doing this.

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Lymetoo
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[hi] Hey, TC!! Miss you too!!

That's a great idea about gift baskets!!

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Hey, this is GREAT !!! can we circulate this all over Facebook?

I've used this product for years bc it's the only sunscreen i could ever put on my face.

I use the sprays mainly for mosquito repellent, not thinking about ticks really.

Does the Bug line have Permethrin in it? Does it have some natural ingredient that repells ticks? I will spread the word with a tad more info. [Wink]

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Lymetoo
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Sure .. spread it around!! [Smile]

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beaches
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Dr. J. told us that the Avon Expedition is more effective than Deet in repelling ticks.

"SKIN SO SOFT Bug Guard Plus IR3535 Expedition SPF 30 Aerosol Spray is also fragrance-free.

Here's the link again to purchase Avon products, with 50% of all proceeds going to the Lyme Disease Association, which of course is affiliated with Lymenet:

https://sites.google.com/site/marylandlyme/may-ld-awareness/avon-donates-to-lda

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Judie
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I just ordered and bumping up the thread. [Smile]
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Lymetoo
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woohooo.. on a roll!

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