Realizing a child has lice is frustrating and takes up hours of time from dealing with the hair, bedding, etc. Suffer through that no more with Fairy Tales Hair Care for Children’s Rosemary Repel products.
Fairy Tales Hair Care for Children has developed a hair care regimen that repels lice, softens hair, and is safe and gentle for everyday use. It is designed to repel lice by using organic ingredients such as rosemary, tea tree, citronella, peppermint, and lavender oils.
Their products come in many different uses. The Rosemary Repel Shampoo uses a blend of vitamins and minerals to hydrate soften and nourish hair. This formula removes dirt and build-up without harsh detergents and preservatives, making for a gentle and pleasant wash.
This, along with the Rosemary Repel Conditioning spray, Rosemary Repel Crème Conditioner, Rosemary Repel Hair Spray, and the Rosemary Repel Styling gel come together to grant you a sweet smelling product that makes your life easier by eliminating the hassle of clearing lice.
For the overly cautious mother there’s no fear, these product are non-toxic and free of nuts, gluten, soy, and dairy for families with sensitivities to common allergens. That comes in handy with children with serious allergies.
Co-founder of Fairy Tales Hair care, also known as the “Lice Expert”, Risa Barash offers these other tips for parents hoping to stave off lice:
- Avoid head to head contact at school or camp.
- Do not share clothing, hats, scarves, helmets, or coats.
- Do not share combs, brushes, hair accessories or towels.
- Do weekly head checks, so that if your child does get it you are able to catch it in the early stages.
Never deal with lice again. Try the Fairy Tales Hair Care for Children.
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