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September 29, 2014

Licefreee Spray!

Many of you know that my husband and I have been foster parents for about 6 months now, and we've had a few interesting experiences with that, and one of them was a LICE OUTBREAK. Our foster daughter went for a 48 hour visit with her mom and came home with lice crawling all over her scalp. While I felt horrible for her, I was so upset with the mom for sending that back to our home where she could infect our son, my husband and I AND our three pets. Gross!

So she came home and my husband was by himself with the kids, and he called me at work and said...."She came home with Lice, how soon can you be home? I've put her in her high chair and she isn't allowed to move until you get home. Mom didn't treat her and just sent her home like this. Help!" 
Once we stripped her of her "contaminated" clothing, we got to work treating her with a lice treatment product. We washed her hair, then did 2 treatments as one time was not enough. Then the picking and combing process began. We went through her hair for about 2 hour trying to rid her of all the lice and eggs. It was such a tedious process, and I hope to never do it again, but chances are we will.
We also washed all her bedding, lining from her carseat and high chair, vacuumed the carpets, the couches and washed everything we could think of. The way to be sure it was all gone was to clean it ALL!!!!
Next time I'll use Licefreee Spray! Licefreee Spray!® Instant Head Lice Treatment is unlike any other natural lice treatment on the market. The active ingredient in Licefreee Spray is salt (aka, sodium chloride or natrum muriaticum). Therefore, the active ingredient is non-toxic. Many parents are very concerned about what they are putting on or in their children, so this is nice to know. Licefreee Spray! is a one-step solution to your head lice problem by killing head lice and their eggs during the first application. It works the first time, and doesn't require multiple treatments, unlike the brand we used with our foster daughter. A parent only needs to saturate the hair and let the hair dry for the lice to be dead. Licefreee Spray has been tested to be effective in killing both lice and nits so nit-combing is not required for you to become lice free. The combing took HOURS, so I'd love to be able to skip this part of the process next time. However, most school do have a no-nit policies requiring that all nits are removed from the hair. For this purpose a nit comb is included for effective removal of dead lice and nits.
If you are dealing with a lice outbreak, head on over for a $2 off coupon here http://licefreee.com/en/save/Coupon expires 10/20/2014. Licefreee Spray is available nationally at Walmart, Walgreens, Dollar General, Kroger, and many regional chains.

1 comment:

  1. We had a project in nursing school where we learned all about lice and how common it is. There some good chemical free products out there. Just takes some time and patience!

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