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    The Candle to Keep Mosquitos off: Aromaflage

    If you are sweet like me,  you know that mosquito bites are crazy in the summer time. But now you can enjoy the patio and balcony in peace with a new candle.  Have you seen this? Aromaflage, a luxury fragrance and candle line that naturally repels mosquitos! For July 4th, the limited edition 9 wick candle launched!
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    Created by Harvard Business School graduate and husband-wife duo, Aromaflage is free of DEET, chemicals, and parabens. Inspired by the ancient Southeast Asian practice of using aromatic essential oils to repel insects, Aromaflage is a botanical fragrance with a function.


    Aromaflage has been tested and is as effective as 25% DEET over 2.5 hours.

    About Mikey: If there is a round ball in sight, Mikey is putting, hitting, or chasing it. In fact, Mikey is always chasing his entrepreneurial ideas to make them a reality. He is constantly innovating and thinking of how to improve the way we live our lives. Mikey graduated from Bowdoin College in Maine and is pursuing an executive MBA at The Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business. Partnering with his wife, Momo, has been the best decision of his life.

    About Momo: Momo lives in New York City, although she always needs her fix of waterside dining, outdoor activities, and beach time. She loves traveling and exploring new cultures, always integrating some piece of her adventures into her life. Momo is also intellectually curious, having completed degrees at Harvard Business School, University of Cambridge, and The Johns Hopkins University. She constantly pushes herself to question the status quo.

    The Story of Mikey & Momo™: Momo is sweet. In fact, so sweet the bugs just love her. We were traveling through Southeast Asia and discovered an exotic, botanical fragrance that doubles as insect repellent. It smelled so good and worked so well. Too often we passed on applying perfume or cologne to avoid attracting painful and itchy bug bites. Too often we scrubbed our legs of insect repellent before climbing into bed…no more.