Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Help Prevent Lice Outbreaks with Lice Shield Products

Lice! It’s a word that no parent wants to hear. If your kids are in school or go to camp, you’ve probably received a letter at one point announcing that someone was sent home with lice and to watch for signs of lice on your child. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, there are between 6 million and 12 million head-lice infestations in the U.S. every year, mostly in kids between the ages of three and twelve. These little buggers can be extremely hard to get rid of, so prevention is key.

One preventative product you might consider is Lice Shield Shampoo & Conditioner in 1. Lice Shield is designed to repel lice through a blend of natural oil extracts like citronella, rosemary and eucalyptus, which have been found to reduce the likelihood of lice infestation by over 80%! They also make Lice Shield Leave-In Spray, which can be sprayed in sports helmets and hats to help prevent the spread of lice, as well as used as a detangler. Both products are free of harmful pesticides.

These products are gentle enough to use every day, although I found the scent to be a little strong for daily use. However, I’m definitely keeping them on hand in case I get a note this year saying that head lice has appeared in my children’s classrooms. They’ll be using Lice Shield until the threat has passed!

Go to www.liceshield.net to learn more about Lice Shield products and how they may help your family escape the dreaded lice infestation! You can find Lice Shield at Walgreen's and other major retailers.



DISCLOSURE: I received complimentary samples of these products to facilitate this review. No other compensation was provided.

1 comment:

  1. ive tried this product to cure my head lice before, and it really did help, just like some of the commercial products out there. it does work, i dont care if there are lots of chemicals in it. i just want it to get rid of head lice.

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