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How To Repel Head Lice

It’s that time of the year again when the temperature drops, and the cold snaps begin. When thinking of lice, many think of this as just a school issue, but that is not the case. 


In case you haven’t had the joy of picking through hair for hours and doing laundry for days to rid your home of these nasty creatures, let me assure you it is like being in hell!


Lice is by far one of the worst things you can have to endure as a parent and any steps you can take to avoid it and prevent it is high on my list! 


While there is no specific season for headlice, the winter months can make this a more common problem as children and families are in close quarters. Kids go to school, then families come together for the holiday season and winter apparel is swapped and shared. 


Luckily, there are products out there that can prevent these little buggers from attacking and ruining the yuletide spirit. Take extra measures to protect your family and ensure that you prevent dealing with the infestation altogether by giving your hair a quick spritz of Shield Leave-In Spray before putting on your toque or hoodie.


If you would like to up the ante, try the 2 in 1 Shampoo and Conditioner. The special formula is gentle enough for daily use, with extra conditioning for a tangle-free formula leaving a naturally fresh fragrance. Help your family stay safe, warm, and bug-free this winter season. 


Available for $10.99 at Shoppers Drug Mart, Lawtons and London Drugs.



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