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I received the opportunity to try the newest way to treat head lice and I thought, with the way my girls get it every time it comes around and then they give it to each other – let me try! So I tried it on my youngest daughter, she is 3 and actually thought that the mouse-like spray I was putting in her hair was a little strange. I had to agree, though. This is not what I was used too. I had always used the over-the-counter lice shampoos and the gel treatments. This was not the same, at all.
However, that is a good thing. Once you get used to the mouse going through the can and into their head it is actually pretty easy. Well, as easy as it is to use a product considering all you are thinking about is – ‘My whole house now has to be cleaned – sheets, covers, blankets, stuffed animals, window shades, how do I heat up the mattress (in case you don’t know – use an iron) and how does this not get on my animals but all of us,’ – so many questions, because then you have to treat yourself, too.
I mean EVERYTHING HAS TO BE WASHED! So, any little thing that will make life easier as far as just saving you a few minutes will really, really matter in the ‘new-life’ of treating for those dag-gum bugs!
Just recently I heard that there is now a newer type of head lice that can be found, more than likely, in your state. There was a review on CNN speaking about it – and if that doesn’t freak you out even just a little bit, then, you will more than likely find those little creatures in your home.
Back to the product – if you even think that you have lice, or see some on one of your children, start using this product. It is fairly easy: separate sections of your child’s head, treat each section with the mouse and also have extra hair clips – just in case. Leave it in for the directed period of time and then rinse out the different sections. They provide shampoo that they recommend using for up to at least a week after treatment and a small comb to help get out the little eggs, that are generally easier to see than in some instances the bugs.
My suggestions to make sure you do not get any kind of head lice is to either put some kind of product in your children’s hair – whether it is hair spray or a thinker kind of mouse. I live in Florida, and the time of year we get it is in the spring, so if it becomes a pain to do it all year, because generally you should try to do it all year, is to really concentrate during February and March with any kind of product – even in boys they should be using some kind of hair gel or introduce them to some of the newer kinds of products and make it sound like they will be the coolest!
If you have a chance, I have included the video that talks about the head lice or the new name is mutant head lice (I guess this makes it scarier – but just mention the name and I freak out – seriously) and I also have some links as to where else you can find it and buy it. If you do end up with – please check this product out, because it is probably one of the best ones out there…