Brat wrote:Susan where were you when all 4 of my daughters came home from school and had them??? (turned out some kid that rode the buss with them had them and gave them every kid on the bus!) All 4 of my daughters who all had hair down to their waist or longer...Do you know how long and expensive that process was?????
Guest wrote:Tea tree oil works great and it also makes your hair look so healthy. Just add a drop to the bottle of shampoo.. I promise it works.
Susan124 wrote:With all of these posts about head lice, I wanted to share something. My daughter came home from school with them twice. I did all the right things...treated, cleaned, checked and rechecked. The second time, I also picked up a little bottle of stuff at WalMart called "Lice Guard". It's a spray that you put on their head in the morning. It repels the lice. It smells like gardenias. IT WORKS. It's a little expensive, almost 14.00 for a small bottle but we never had to use pesticides again. On the bright side, lice are about the only bugs that don't carry any diseases.
If WalMart doesn't have that stuff anymore, it's available online. Just google it. It won't kill lice, but it sure will prevent an infestation. It did for us anyway.
carbon-15 wrote:Susan124 wrote:IT WORKS. It's a little expensive, almost 14.00 for a small bottle but we never had to use pesticides again.
Expensive doesn't matter as long as the child's well being is involved...
Demon Hunter wrote:The schools don't give a flying f_ck. All they care about is attendance. If not for that they wouldn't have a policy where a child can attend school with lice eggs in their hair.
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