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Usually wearing fragrance in the summer is a wish for countless bug bites, but a Nantucket-summering couple is out to change that. The Fensterstocks have blended a Southeastern Asia-inspired concoction of oils to fight little critters—basically a floral scented repellant devoid of that nasty chemical smell, and also, the chemicals. The $65 bottle of Aromaflage is available for pre-order and smells of vanilla, orange, and cedarwood. [Neat Bit]