New OTC option for the treatment of super lice. Nix Ultra and the first ever and only data driven lice tracker. These tools help provide you with a peace of mind and everything they need to fight an infestation. Let me tell you a little bit about “Super Lice.” Super lice are head lice that have genetically mutated to become resistant to traditional lice treatment products. They do not look any different from regular lice. They can only be identified by their resistance to traditional lice treatments. According to scientists, these super lice have spread into at least 25 states. Nix Ultra helps treat and combat lice, if and when it happens to your family.
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Tips on Staying Healthy and Avoiding Germs
Be Prepared – a sore, scratchy throat is often the first sign of a cold. Keep Chloraseptic spray and lozenges on hand to help with instant relief.
Stay On Schedule – During the summer time we let out schedules relax some. Once school starts back we need to get back on schedule. A good night’s sleep and healthy diet helps keep your defenses up against germs.
Get Immunized – a flu shot is the best way to help prevent the flu. Now keep in mind that the flu and a common cold are completely different. So, the flu shot does not prevent colds. Chloraseptic has a flu tracker that helps you know what is headed your way.
Wash Your Hands Often – I know it may sound crazy but try not to touch your face. Germs are spread from everything you touch. So, when you touch your face, nose, eyes or mouth, you are spreading the germs that will make you sick.
Relax – Rest – Repeat – If you get sick. Stay home and get plenty of rest. And if you encounter someone at work that didn’t stay home. Try to stay away and always clean and disinfect anything you may share.
Stock Up! Keep your medicine cabinet stocked up for when the eventually flu or cold hits you. Because you know you are not going to feel like going shopping for medicine when you are sick. Keep pain and fever relievers on hand, as well as pseudoephedrine for stuffy noses and Chloraseptic spray and lozenges for sore and itchy throats.