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Here’s how to pick the best bug spray to keep mosquitoes away this summer

Maribel Molina
A batch of different types of mosquito breeds are seen after being collected by City of Austin's Danny Gonzalez, environmental health officer, in Austin, Texas, on June 22, 2016. RODOLFO GONZALEZ / AUSTIN AMERICAN-STATESMAN

Mosquitoes are undoubtedly the worst thing to deal with during the summer. Luckily, picking the right bug repellent can save you from some nasty bites. 

Accuweather suggests look for repellents with 15-30 percent DEET, 20 percent picaridin or 30 percent oil of lemon eucalyptus.

DEET repellents should not be used on infants under 2 months old, while picaridin is safe for all ages. A natural repellent, lemon eucalyptus can be used on children older than 3.