How does Zevo outsmart bugs? The ingredients.

  • Our insect specialists (also known as entomologists) and our scientists (also known as really smart people) figured out a way to use these ingredients to eliminate a wide range of crawling, flying, and stinging insects. The magic comes from the mixture of plant-protecting essential oils with other commonly known ingredients.
  • Our insect specialists (also known as entomologists) and our scientists (also known as really smart people) figured out a way to use these ingredients to attack a nervous system receptor that is only active in insects. Now that's smart.

Cinnamon Oil
Cinnamon oil can be found in baked goods, flavoring and potpourri. Cinnamon oil is known to be a natural deterrent of ants and other insects.

Lemongrass Oil
Lemongrass is an herbaceous grass that grows wild in several tropical and subtropical regions, and has been used medicinally across the world. While helpful to humans, Lemongrass oil can be deadly to insects when used in combination with our other ingredients.

Geraniol
Geraniol is a naturally occurring essential oil used in flavorings and perfumes. It comes from many familiar plants, like geraniums, lavender, nutmeg and jasmine. In addition to its pleasant scent, geraniol provides insect-killing properties to our products.

Mineral Oil
Mineral oil is a clear, colorless, oily liquid that many consider the cousin of petroleum jelly. It can often be found in skin care products and for sale in drug stores. We use it to penetrate the waxy layer that protects insects so our product can quickly get to their nervous system receptors.

Vanillin
Vanillin comes from vanilla beans and is best known as a natural food flavoring. We use it to enable the product to maintain its insect-killing properties for a longer time.

Isopropyl Alcohol
Isopropyl Alcohol is the primary ingredient in rubbing alcohol which is used to sanitize skin and medical instruments. In our products, Isopropyl Alcohol helps ensure the formula's consistency.

Isopropyl Myristate
Isopropyl Myristate is commonly used as a lubricant in skin care for products like deodorants, body lotions and sunscreens. We use it to keep the essential oils uniformly dissolved in our formulas.

Triethyl Citrate
Triethyl citrate is derived from citrus fruits and is a common solvent for flavor ingredients. We use it in our active blend to keep the essential oils in a uniform solution.

Butyl Lactate
Butyl lactate is commonly used as a food additive for dairy-related flavorings as well as in cosmetics and personal care products. We use it to keep the essential oils uniformly dissolved in our formulas.

Cinnamon Oil
Cinnamon oil can be found in baked goods, flavoring and potpourri. Cinnamon oil is known to be a natural deterrant of ants and other insects.

Lemongrass Oil
Lemongrass is an herbaceous grass that grows wild in several tropical and subtropical regions, and has been used medicinally across the world. While helpful to humans, Lemongrass oil can be deadly to insects when used in combination with our other ingredients.

Geraniol
Geraniol is a naturally occurring essential oil used in flavorings and perfumes. It comes from many familiar plants, like geraniums, lavender, nutmeg and jasmine. In addition to its pleasant scent, geraniol provides insect-killing properties to our products.

Mineral Oil
Mineral oil is a clear, colorless, oily liquid that many consider the cousin of petroleum jelly. It can often be found in skin care products and for sale in drug stores. We use it to penetrate the waxy layer that protects insects so our product can quickly get to their nervous system receptors.

Vanillin
Vanillin comes from vanilla beans and is best known as a natural food flavoring. We use it to enable the product to maintain its insect-killing properties for a longer time.

Isopropyl Alcohol
Isopropyl Alcohol is the primary ingredient in rubbing alcohol which is used to sanitize skin and medical instruments. In our products, Isopropyl Alcohol helps ensure the formula's consistency.

Isopropyl Myristate
Isopropyl Myristate is commonly used as a lubricant in skin care for products like deodorants, body lotions and sunscreens. We use it to keep the essential oils uniformly dissolved in our formulas.

Triethyl Citrate
Triethyl citrate is derived from citrus fruits and is a common solvent for flavor ingredients. We use it in our active blend to keep the essential oils in a uniform solution.

Butyl Lactate
Butyl lactate is commonly used as a food additive for dairy-related flavorings as well as in cosmetics and personal care products. We use it to keep the essential oils uniformly dissolved in our formulas.

Cinnamon Oil
Cinnamon oil can be found in baked goods, flavoring and potpourri. Cinnamon oil is known to be a natural deterrant of ants and other insects.

Lemongrass Oil
Lemongrass is an herbaceous grass that grows wild in several tropical and subtropical regions, and has been used medicinally across the world. While helpful to humans, Lemongrass oil can be deadly to insects when used in combination with our other ingredients.

Geraniol
Geraniol is a naturally occurring essential oil used in flavorings and perfumes. It comes from many familiar plants, like geraniums, lavender, nutmeg and jasmine. In addition to its pleasant scent, geraniol provides insect-killing properties to our products.

Mineral Oil
Mineral oil is a clear, colorless, oily liquid that many consider the cousin of petroleum jelly. It can often be found in skin care products and for sale in drug stores. We use it to penetrate the waxy layer that protects insects so our product can quickly get to their nervous system receptors.

Vanillin
Vanillin comes from vanilla beans and is best known as a natural food flavoring. We use it to enable the product to maintain its insect-killing properties for a longer time.

Isopropyl Alcohol
Isopropyl Alcohol is the primary ingredient in rubbing alcohol which is used to sanitize skin and medical instruments. In our products, Isopropyl Alcohol helps ensure the formula's consistency.

Isopropyl Myristate
Isopropyl Myristate is commonly used as a lubricant in skin care for products like deodorants, body lotions and sunscreens. We use it to keep the essential oils uniformly dissolved in our formulas.

Triethyl Citrate
Triethyl citrate is derived from citrus fruits and is a common solvent for flavor ingredients. We use it in our active blend to keep the essential oils in a uniform solution.

Butyl Lactate
Butyl lactate is commonly used as a food additive for dairy-related flavorings as well as in cosmetics and personal care products. We use it to keep the essential oils uniformly dissolved in our formulas.



Zevo Zero List: We never use these common insecticide ingredients.

Zevo Zero List: We never use these common insecticide ingredients.

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