We found out about BYE-YOU BUG at our local HEB. Our daughter seems to be very sensitive to bug bite where she get welts. We used this and the bugs have stayed away and it has a great scent. Definitately going to be using this product from now on!!!!!
We travelled to Antigua and someone from Houston let us use some of your bug spray and my wife was totally impressed with your product.
My son and I tried this wonderful product. We love the smell and love the results.
Thank you so much for your awesome product. My husband borrowed my small bottle of "Bye-You Bug" spray that I had purchased. Several of his tennis friends tried it and now they cannot live without it!! So when my husband passes along the message to me that the guys want more spray, I know that I have to get an order in quickly!! I guess your product is doing what it's suppose to do. Will definitely be ordering again!
Thanks, Angie G.
I LOVE this stuff. Bought my first bottle years ago at Wabash in Houston for $5 I think it was. I can't stand the smell of citronella, which seems to be in all natural sprays, but this actually smells good, and it WORKS! I moved to Round Rock, TX after Harvey, so I'd love it if I could purchase locally.
Please send it back down to Baytown/Mont Belvieu!!! I have everyone convinced that this is the best product on the market. I have O- blood and I’m a type 1 diabetic allergic to most insect bites, and even in the marshland/swamps mosquitoes leave us alone. I break out from most bug sprays and my skin is extremely sensitive and, y’all’s product doesn’t cause any issues.
My wife stress tested you product at our deer lease near Edna, TX last week. Not a single bite! Also she really liked the scent and the bug lotions. Great Product! I hope H-E-B carries it and wish you much success.
A free sample of Bye-You Bug was given to me in May 2018 at the St. Basil Greek festival in Houston. The 2oz size was perfect for traveling and I had a chance to use it on our trip to Tahiti. The area, like other tropical islands, is infested with mosquitos. I absolutely loved your Bye-You Bug with goat milk and used it both day and night. A couple of times I forgot to use it and I payed dearly. Thanks so much for creating and introducing me to such a wonderful LOCAL product!
Love your product, I use it in Houston!
I love BYE YOU BUG products as I have been using them for weeks now. I use them on myself and my baby and it works great and smells good too. It also feels cool to the skin and is not sticky . I am honored to even know the creators of this product personally shout out to Sarah and Ryan. Good products to have in your household especially in Arizona and other warm humid states were there is mosquitos or whatever else bites . No more wasting my money on other products that dont do what they say they do. I am a big fan of "BYE YOU BUG"
We use Bye -you Bug at Park Lane Guest House in Austin, TX. Our Guests just love it. I personally love the Vanilla and Texas cedar. Smells great! Finding a product that works against the Austin mosquitoes and that is friendly to our own organic principals is a perfect match and it's non greasy so it does not effect our swimming pool. And it's made in Texas!
Recently went on a fishing trip to Belize and took some Bye-You Bug for mosquito protection.
It worked great !
But the scent we took, Tiger's Blood Lavender, does not appear on the Amazon site.
Is it still available?
I love the spray. spray it on my dog and he doesn't run away or paw at his nose. it works in me too! i stuggle to us ethe chemical crap,
Born & raised in the Bayou State of Louisiana, and loving every minute of it...... I have been searching for the perfect mosquito spray and I'm sure I just found it..... Non-greasy, not sticky and a very pleasant smell, but most of all, it works..... Thank you.......
I've been using the animal fly spray on my horses and it works and smells great but I've also used this spray for the fleas on my little 3 week old kittens and it seems to really help but still gentle to them. Thanks!!
As a handyman, I spend a fair amount of time outdoors, and mosquitoes have always been a problem for me. For some reason, they just love my ankles…
Before I found this stuff, I used to cover myself with Deep Woods Off. Don’t get me wrong, Off works great (Deet is the active ingredient), but then I always smelled like Off. My wife dubbed the smell as my “hunting cologne”. Plus I didn’t like the idea of spraying myself with chemicals on a regular basis.
Now that I found Bye-You Bug®, not only do I smell better (that is a relative term of course….) I am helping the environment (go green!!!) by using less chemicals.
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I just want to let you know I've been using this on my horses and it works great!! Now I need a bigger bottle!
I love this bug spray for when I'm eating or having coffee outside. It smells so natural that you can eat your meal without being bothered by that chemical bug spray smell other brands have. I honestly swear by this stuff and carry a small bottle of it with me at all times. It's great!
Now, it's early August and business was taking me to the Las Verandas at Pristine Bay resort on the island of Roatan. I was there to monitor the hotel and villa resort project that my company is involved in the project management side of the construction. I took the opportunity to take along three small bottles of BYE-YOU BUG. BYE-YOU BUG is an all-natural product and I wanted to test it against the more traditional pest deterrent products that are currently being used on the island. If you are not familiar with Roatan Bay Islands they are a small chain of islands 30 miles off the coast of Honduras. Roatan is only 22 miles long and 5 miles wide at the island widest point. Roatan has long been a closely guarded secret and a hidden gem within the scuba diving community. Roatan's reef is the second largest in the world with The Great Barrier reef in Australia being the largest. With direct flights to Roatan from both Dallas and Houston the word is quickly getting out about this exotic island that is only a 2.5 hour direct flight from Houston. The island also host approximately 22 cruise ships a week as well. Regarding the diving, I have personally dove the Great Barrier reef off Hamilton Island off the coast of Australia and I truly believe Roatan reef is much better-for sure a lot closer to Houston.
During my trip to Roatan I set off to use BYE-YOU BUG exclusively during my outdoor activities. For 5 days, whenever I felt the need to apply a pest deterrent I always used BYE-YOU BUG. There are countless "other products" used by the locals and tourist on Roatan. However, I wanted to personally test BYE-YOU BUG on this trip to see the results first-hand how well BYE-YOU BUG's all natural ingredients were against the island's sand flies. First, for those that never heard of a sand fly, a little background information. All along the Texas coast and in particularly in the Low Country of South Carolina the sand flies are commonly referred to as "No See Um's". These small indigenous insects lay their eggs in the moist sands along the beach and are nearly impossible to see. All the island resorts in Roatan have a daily process of raking the beaches to clear away sea grass and any debris that may have floated in onto the beach by the currents. However, raking the sand also serves another purpose. Turning the sand exposes the sand flies eggs and larva to the sunlight. The sunlight heats the sand thus killing the sand fly eggs and newly hatched larva. As long as there is a coastal breeze sand flies are usually not that big of a concern. Only when there is no island breeze then the sand flies can become a bit of a nuisance. Also, Roatan is not flat like Cancun, Cozumel or other Caribbean and Mexican coastal resorts. Roatan's mountains create an uplift of the oceans' breezes and not to mention some amazing panoramic views from their high vantage points.
The locals claim that any product that has an oil base is effective in deterring sand flies. BYE-YOU BUG is not an oil based product [its primary ingredient being vanilla extract] which makes it feel less greasy and more dry. Spray On, Rub In, and Go. I used only BYE-YOU BUG during my trip and utilized all three product scents: The Original (Lavender), Texas Cedar, and Cypress. All these scents smelled great and each went on smoothly and felt very light on my skin. I never had the sensation that I was left with a greasy residue and it seemed to me that all three scents worked equally as well. Although, the correct application for BYE-YOU BUG is to spray on to the skin and then rub the product in order to spread the vanilla over the exposed skin area. I also just sprayed the product directly onto my clothing without fear of staining my clothing-top of socks, collar and back of shirts. Unsure if this method is recommended by the makers of BYE-YOU BUG, but this is my experience and how I used the products.
YUTUMI: [TYPICALLY, YUTUMI RECOMMENDS APPLYING TO ATLEAST ALL EXPOSED SKIN AREAS. APPLYING TO CLOTHING IS AN EXTRA MEASURE THAT MAY ALSO BENEFIT IN DETERRING PESKY BUGS!]
Did I get bitten by the sand flies? To be honest, Yes. But everyone regardless of the product used were receiving some bites, usually on their ankles, legs, or arms. I don't think any pest deterrent product could make a claim of 100% effectiveness. But, I will say I believe me getting bitten was more the result of not reapplying BYE-YOU BUG often enough. I was active while I was on the island. I walked the work site; I went scuba diving; I visited other resorts and enjoyed their amenities; I did a lot of walking around the island; and I even went fly fishing for bonefish and permit. Reapplying BYE-YOU BUG was probably needed more than what I found myself doing during the trip.
YUTUMI: [YUTUMI HIGHLY SUGGESTS THAT YOU REAPPLY BYE-YOU BUG AS OFTEN AS NECESSARY. A TYPICAL APPLICATION LASTS THREE TO FOUR HOURS DURING DUSK AND DAWN. HOWEVER, THE MORE ACTIVE YOU ARE AND THE MORE YOU ARE EXPOSED TO THE WATER, BYE-YOU BUG SHOULD MOST DEFINITELY BE APPLIED FREQUENTLY AS YOU WOULD APPLY A SUNSCREEN IN THE SAME CONDITIONS.]