Lavender oil can be used as a bug repellent for both humans and pets when they venture outside.
While lavender oil, eucalyptus oil and other natural remedies may be of only limited effectiveness at best when it comes to dealing with bed bugs, there are things homeowners can do to make an infestation less likely.
Lavender oil can kill bed bugs, just like tea tree oil. But in order for it to kill them, it has to be sprayed on them directly. But in order for it to kill them, it has to be sprayed on them directly.
Lavender has myriad uses. It's an effective bug repellent for most pests, including bed bugs. If you spray it directly on them, it's lethal. Many people have found that lavender oil kills bed bug eggs.
2. Lavender essential oil for bed bugs Oh, this oil smells heavenly. Spritz a few drops all around your bed and let the aroma linger in the air. The bugs will leave your comfort space and the aroma will let you sleep peacefully. In Southern France, the oil has been used to keep scorpions away — I'm sure it will definitely wipe off these bugs off.
Lavender Oil. Lavender oil is very popular and has always been used to get rid of bugs and mites that infest the home especially bed bugs. The pungent aroma of this oil is unbearable to the mites so it automatically drives them away whenever it is present and it keeps them away.