Mommy Katie: Protect Your Kids This School Year With The Robi Comb

Friday, September 20, 2013

Protect Your Kids This School Year With The Robi Comb

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With the kids back in school, I know that there are many things that the kids can pick up and bring home, and aside from the germs that they can pick up, one thing that can really be a pest in more than one way is lice. I tend to be more on alert with Estrella than Robert, but all the same I know boys can also get lice. The thing is, girls like to braid one anothers hair and play with hair accessories, where they end up sharing them as well as those pesky lice. Recently I was sent a great product that can really come in handy if the kids get a breakout of lice this year. We were sent the Robi Comb to review. When it came in, I was curious to see how this differed from the other products on the market that can rid your child's head of lice. One thing that I have hated with other products that we have had to use in the past, it the chemicals that are in the lice shampoos. The first thing that I noticed was that there are not any chemicals involved with the Robi Comb.
So my next question was how does this work? Well, to get rid of the lice on your childs' head, the Robi Comb zaps them, so the entire process is chemical and nasty scent free! Not only does it zap the lice, but it also zaps the eggs. You also use it on dry hair, so you do not have to sit around and wait for a treatment to kick in, wash it out, then comb through. It is also safe, it only has enough charge to it to get the lice and eggs, and not your kids. So, if your kids come home with more than their homework, then get the Robi Comb and zap the lice and their eggs!

This was not a paid post and honest/original opinions were used and they are my own. Thank you to the company and/or pr agency who supplied the product for review.

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1 comments:

Denise Taylor-Dennis said...

My daughter had lice once when she was little it was a nightmare as she probably has the thickest hair in the world. I am not sure if this would have worked on her hair. But I will keep this in mind for my son. Hopefully he will never get lice.