Beauty, Healthy Living, Parenting

Be Lice Prepared with Fairy Tales Products

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If there is one bug that can cause such a panic and havoc within a household, Lice takes the top spot. As parents we have either dealt with head lice ourselves or with our children. At least we maybe get notification that someone around your child has the lice. It’s an almost instant panic, with an “…Ewww…don’t touch me-get into the shower now!…” sort of panic! Whether they have it or are exposed to it we want to treat it now or at least do our best to prevent it from hitting your child.

There was a 2015 clinical study done through Lice Solutions Resource Network in Florida. As a  result of the study left Fairy Tales Rosemary Repel Shampoo and Conditioning Spray as 96% effective at repelling those pests when used together. It is up to 30% more effective than previous formulas of other brands. Fairy Tales Rosemary Repel line is compliant with the highest level of safety guidelines and the EPA requirements.

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A must have to keep on hand just in case is the Fairy Tales Survival Kit. I have been using Repel shampoo and the spray a few times a week for almost a year now. We had lice outbreaks in his 2nd grade classroom last year and he was never affected. However, I always keep a kit just in case. This kit is clinically proven to remove head lice and nits. The best part is that it is natural and free of pesticides and chemicals and given the luck I have had with the Repel line, it is highly effective. It comes with a treatment, terminator Nit-Free comb, section clip and Repel conditioning spray.

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The Lice Good-Bye Survival Kit includes a step-by-step guide with pictures. It’s enzymatic solution from yeast strains activated the lice treatment. It contains an organic blend of rosemary, citronella and tea tree repel. The products are gluten, dairy, soy and nut-free.

Visit fairytaleshaircare.com for all the products available and learn how to start using them in your home.

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