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Bug-Repellent Jewelry? It’s a Thing

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Say goodbye to mosquitoes.

Jewelry serves many purposes — adding beauty to our lives, symbolizing our love for someone, telling the world something about ourselves. But how about keeping bugs away? As it turns out, insect-repellent jewelry is now a thing. Yahoo Style reports that Singapore-based firm By Invite Only is selling a line — the Yu Ahn Collection — that promises to ward off mosquitoes. The collection consists of necklaces and bracelets that sell for under $50 each. They’re made of stainless steel and are designed to hold citronella balls to repel mosquitoes. ABC News also reported recently on a Minnesota-based company, Jilco Inc., that produces its own line of insect-repellent jewelry called Bugs-B-Wear.


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