The kids are back in school, and with that comes the new friends, the sharing of laughter and fun, and even the sharing of those pesky bugs, lice. Over the years we have dealt with lice, which seems to become a issue soon after school starts up each year, but a few years ago I found a solution, one that helps to keep the lice away and off of my kids heads. I can keep the lice away by using products like the ones I can get from the LiceLogic line.
With the LiceLogic products I like that we get a natural repellent and even a treatment that is safe and effective! I can appreciate that there are no harsh chemicals or pesticides that are used in the products, and that when we use them as a prevention tool, we can avoid outbreaks which in hand helps to avoid the stress that can come from trying to rid my kids hair of the lice.
The hair care products offer a daily treatment, that is safe as well as a line that has a pleasant scent, giving my kids the products that can help with preventing or even treating the lice that can become an issue in the schools. Making the LiceLogic line up of products one that is a must have when sending the kids back to school!
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Product received, thank you to LiceLogic as well as the PR for supplying me with a product for this review, all opinions are my own.
Good to know this product is out there if needed, but I hope I don't need it for my grandsons!
This would be nice to have, especially with the lice scare this year.
yeah, there is a super strain out there that is spreading across the country. so we are trying to prevent it from coming home with our kids by using the LiceLogic products. the strain is to be resistant to chemical treatments, including the prescribed ones, my daughter has thick curly hair and lice is a pain in the butt to treat with her. so far we have been clear for the past couple of years, but we have also been using these prevention products, even when the kids went to summer camp, so seems to be working well!