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Back to School Gift Guide Suggestion
The one thing we all fear when our kids go back to school is the infestation of head lice. I know as a mom of four children I am paranoid about receiving that phone call or getting a paper sent home with the kids that a child in their school has a case of head lice. With that said, it is time to guard our children against head lice with Lice Shield! I was thrilled when I was given the opportunity to review these products. Having head lice does not mean you are dirty or that you live in a dirty environment. Head lice thrives on clean hair and anyone can get it if they are exposed to someone that has head lice.
Lice Shield shampoo repels head lice. Lice Shield is not a treatment but can be used as a preventative measure. The best time to use Lice Shield is when you believe your children or family has been exposed to head lice or if your child comes home with a note from school warning of a possible infestation. Lice Shield contains natural essential oil extracts of Citronella, Geraniol, Rosemary and Lemongrass. Lice Shield shampoo is gentle enough for everyday use.
The best way to treat head lice is not get it; therefore; using Lice Shield Gear Guard on your scarves, hats, helmets, or any other object that would encounter lice is a great preventative. I plan on using this on my children’s jackets and other clothing when they go to school.
Lice Shield leave in spray will condition and detangle your hair as well as repels head lice. In addition, you can spray this on sports gear, hats and other objects as well. After your hair is washed spray this on all over your towel-dried hair, and allow to dry. I have used this on my 7 year olds hair because she gets a fair amount of tangles. My daughter was not fond of the scent but it seemed to detangle her hair well. I honestly did not find that it had a bad odor. I will continue to use this on my children’s hair when they start school.
You can find Lice Shield nationwide at many food, drug, and mass chains such as Walgreens, Meijer, Walmart, CVS, and more. for a complete list visit Lice Shield. You can find information about Lice Shield on their website here.
Are you going to use Lice Shield to protect against head lice?