Repel Lice Before They Happen
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Repel Lice Before They Move In @fairytaleshaircare

I received a product sample for review purposes.

School has started back and with that comes germs and pests. I always send hand sanitizer for the kids to help prevent the germs and I keep them protected from lice before they move in. As usually happens once school starts back, there was a lice outbreak and everyone had to check their kid’s hair. Lice are nothing to shun because they can be a nightmare to get rid of especially if parents aren’t prepared. Getting lice would be a holy terror with Alyssa’s long, thick hair. Not only would we have to treat all of the kid’s hair, we’d have to wash and treat bedding, cars, every thing the kids have sat on, etc. It can become a costly inconvenience.

Repel Lice Before They Happen

It’s easy to prevent lice from happening with Fairy Tales Hair Care products. They use natural, pesticide free products to keep the pests away. For whatever reason, lice hate the smell of certain essential oils and herbs and Fairy Tales has perfected the perfect combo to keep them away by using organic herbs of rosemary, tea tree, peppermint, lavender and geranium oils. They also have kits to purchase to get rid of lice so you can send your child to school with the full confidence that they are not part of any lice outbreaks. With school in full force, every family should have Fairy Tales Rosemary Repel® Lice Prevention products and a Fairy Tales Lice Good-Bye® Survival Kit on hand.

Fary Tales is a product I’ve been using and a product I trust. This is the brand I recommend to friends and family who prefer natural hair care treatments instead of traditional chemical options. To learn more about Fairy Tales and how they’ve been caring for families since 1999, please click on my links. To stay up to date on Fairy Tales, be sure to follow them socially. Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram.

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