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A Peaceful Sleep without Mosquitoes!

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This post was sponsored by Peaceful Sleep regarding the Peaceful Sleep Family Care range for Mosquitoes.

Peaceful sleep. What’s that again?! 

Being a mom with a 15-month-old toddler, and a very active 4-and-a-half-year-old daughter is hard work – rewarding but busy, so you can imagine that I need all the sleep that I can get.

I mean who needs an alarm clock when I can be woken up by wet sloppy kisses from a toddler looking for milk?

Peaceful sleep for mosquitoes

The last thing that I want is my kids’ sleep disturbed. Any mom knows that any child woken up from their sleep is quite grumpy.

I am fortunate that my little man is constantly smiling and can’t be upset for more than 5 minutes, but those 5 minutes from a disturbed sleep may feel like hours – especially when you are just falling off to sleep yourself.

My kids also hate being too warm. Even in winter, I struggle to keep them under the blanket, so summer is another matter.

The trouble with summer is that it also brings its own little troubles – in my house – it’s mainly mosquitoes. Both my children are allergic to these bites and a simple mosquito bite gets so sore and itchy that besides developing a huge bump, they end up with scars from the scratching.

Peaceful sleep South Africa

It has been quite an adventure trying to find something that would repel these little mosquitoes – not only because of their irritating whine but also because of the uncomfortable side effects of their bites.

I have tried citronella candles and several weird smelling lotions. Some of them even repelled my kids. 😉

I then discovered the Peaceful Sleep Family Care lotion that is safe to use on babies from 6-months-old. At first, I must admit – I was skeptical because there are so many products like this on the market, products that claim to work but don’t, but now my kids can’t sleep without it.

Peaceful Sleep really does work!

Peaceful sleep for mosquitoes

It’s the genuine stuff that the entire family can use. It has a mild smell but is very effective in keeping the mosquitoes away.

I can safely sleep now with peace of mind. I can be assured that my children are not breathing in harmful fumes and that they can get a ‘peaceful nights’ rest which means that I too can now enjoy my much-needed beauty sleep.

For over 50 years, Peaceful Sleep has provided South Africans with gentle, yet effective protection from mosquitoes. Launching in the 70s with aerosol repellents, the brand later expanded their range to include creams, lotions, and sticks.

What you need to know about the Peaceful Sleep range:

1) Is Peaceful Sleep safe to use on my baby?

Yes, the Family Care range is safe to use on babies who are 6 months and older. It is available in gentle spritzer, cream, lotion, stick and aerosol varieties.

2) How long will Peaceful Sleep protect me from mosquitoes?

Peaceful Sleep can offer protection for up to 8 hours. The different product varieties protect you for different periods of time:
– Family Care range, the Original Spray, and the room spray last for up to 8 hours.
– The Plug-In Unit range lasts for up to 10 hours.
– The Original cream and stick last for up to 2 hours.

3) When should I use Peaceful Sleep?

Peaceful Sleep can be used both indoors and outdoors, at any time of the day, and for any type of activity, from sleeping to hiking.

4) Can I use Peaceful Sleep if I’m pregnant?

Yes, you can use Peaceful Sleep as directed if you are pregnant. As a precaution, we recommend if using the aerosol, to apply it in a well-ventilated area.

For more information, visit https://goo.gl/cKros2.

The brand offers a variety of products in their range to suit everyone’s needs.

So here’s to a goodnight’s sleep with no little mozzies buzzing around!

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11 Comments

  1. Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle

    January 23, 2017 at 23:29

    That sounds great, especially for your area. I could use this, too. Here in Georgia, the mosquitoes are the size of small birds. LOL

  2. Jennifer L Johnson

    January 24, 2017 at 01:15

    These look like amazing products!!! I hate mosquitoes we have so much standing water they can be pretty bad here.

  3. Claudia Krusch

    January 24, 2017 at 02:26

    I need to get some Peaceful Sleep products to try. Mosquitoes are the worst part of the summer for me.

  4. Ann Bacciaglia

    January 24, 2017 at 02:27

    My Daughter and I are allergic to Mosquitoes. Our bites get huge and last for weeks. It is so uncomfortable. I will definitely give Peaceful Sleep a try.

  5. Heather

    January 24, 2017 at 05:16

    I hate mosquitoes. They are around here during the summer monsoons. Thankfully right now everything is dead under 25 inches of snow.

  6. jo a.

    January 24, 2017 at 17:03

    Where is the plug-in type? I hate mosquitoes too! We visited the Philippines and when we came back here in the US, there was as much mosquitoes and bigger ones! Oh my!! I know how it feels to be bitten by them, so itchy!!! So whenever my baby gets a bite, I know the reason she’s cranky. I have to check this line of products out, time flies it will summer soon.:P

  7. ThirtySomethingSuperMom.com

    January 24, 2017 at 17:34

    This would be a perfect product for our area during the Summer. We have a creek nearby where they breed like crazy and attack us constantly.

  8. My Teen Guide

    January 24, 2017 at 17:39

    This is perfect to my kids! Sometimes I always forgetting to spray every weekend!

  9. uprunforlife

    January 24, 2017 at 21:14

    Mosquitoes are the worst. We have them in Texas and depending on the spring season depends on how bad they are. If it rains a ton, we tend to have more. I could use this for my kids and myself too.

  10. Lynndee

    January 25, 2017 at 18:03

    There are a lot of mosquitoes here in the summertime and they bother me a lot. They don’t bother the hubs and the little one though. LOL. I have to get one of these.

  11. amber23308

    January 26, 2017 at 23:11

    Where I live the mosquitoes are awful. I’m on a peninsula so water is everywhere and near the marshes is where they’re the worst. This sounds like a great solution.

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