Effectiveness of Lavender, Hibiscus, and Tea Tree as Soap Tick Repellent


  • Jenna Buenaventura General de Jesus College
  • Marviel Kasandra Marie Pioco General de Jesus College
  • Micah Marie Inonillo General de Jesus College
  • Benz Arvin dela Cruz General de Jesus College
  • Maverick Ivan Callison General de Jesus College
  • Kerwin Trielle Empaynado General de Jesus College
  • Nathaniel Ivan Lapuz General de Jesus College


Tick Repellent, Soap, Hibiscus, Health and Science


In this research, though, we will focus on ticks. It is of vital importance to learn more about ticks so we won’t be caught unprepared. Among ectoparasites, ticks are very important and harmful blood- sucking external parasites of mammals, birds, and reptiles worldwide. Ticks are parasites that feed on warm-blooded hosts by biting them. A tick bite can infect humans and animals with bacteria and viruses. The fundamental reason for this research study is to conduct a product showing the effectiveness of lavender, hibiscus, and tea tree oil as a tick-repellent soap. This study will serve as a field for new insights into using natural products, promoting health and environmental knowledge. The researchers conducted the study through experimental and observation methods. All the ingredients used are natural and purchased online, and the molder used you can find at home. The researchers tested the product on dogs with ticks two times and observed what happened after using it. As a result of our experiment and observing it for three days, we noticed ticks falling already, dying, and drying up because of the anti-tick soap we used. These results show that the natural ingredients

have the potential as a natural alternative for killing ticks that causes bacterias and viruses in dogs.

In conclusion, employing natural constituents in the manufacture of anti-tick soap has a favorable impact on dogs, as it entails the utilization of ingredients such as lavender, hibiscus, and tea tree procured through uncomplicated methods that maintain their innate properties. This approach omits the utilization of certain synthetic chemicals, including pesticides and growth hormones. An assortment of additional compounds is requisite in formulating efficacious shampoos or conditioners, such as cleansing, emulsifying, moisturizing, and antimicrobial agents.