Keep Lice Away With Fairy Tails Hair Products

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Confession. The idea of lice terrifies me. As a kid, I remember the school nurse coming into my classroom twice a year and checking everyone’s head. And I remember some kids getting sent home. Since then, lice have always felt scary to me. I’m not 100% sure why.

I know that lice happens. No one is immune. That’s just not they way it goes. But, there are things that can help protect against head lice!

Here a few of the things I’m doing in the day to day for my family.

  1. We have a family rule that no one shares hats, hair accessories, or hair brushes.
  2. We bought my son his own batting helmet for baseball season.
  3. We don’t wash our hair everyday.
  4. Everyone leaves the house with a little bit of hair product in there hair…. hair spray, hair gel, etc.
  5. We’re using  Fairy Tales Rosemary Repel products as part of day to day routine.

Fairy Tales Hair Products

Fairy Tales Hair Care is the  leader in affordable natural hair care products for families. They have a brand new reformulated line dedicated to keeping us lice free. It is a uniquely formulated and clinically proven to help protect against head lice – providing awesome repelling protection.

Formulated with a proprietary blend of organic Rosemary, Peppermint, Tea Tree and Citronella to help prevent head lice and nits. Rosemary Repel® Shampoo & Conditioning Spray were shown to be 96% effective at repelling lice when used together. All products are 100% chemical, pesticide, dairy, gluten and nut free!

Fairy Tales Hair Products

Not only do these products help prevent lice, they also are amazing at leaving my children’s hair looking and smelling great. At age 2.5 and 6, Lola and Malone are picky to please in the bathtub. They both have their own levels of pickiness. Lola only really wants princess stuff (hello… two!) and Malone is picky about the way things smell. Malone was more than okay with the scent, he said it reminded him of being in nature (I think that might be due to the Citronella). The conditioner and the conditioner spray worked really well in Lola’s long hair. We’ve been through a few different brands and this one really works well!

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Here is some more information about these great products.

Rosemary Repel® Styling Gel

  • Tames unruly hair and holds style in place with its alcohol free formula.
  • No build and never sticky or crunchy.
  • Can be used on wet or dry hair.

Rosemary Repel® Conditioning Spray

  • Uses aloe, vitamin B and amaranth protein to soften, detangle, eliminate frizz and moisturize wet or dry hair

Rosemary Repel® Shampoo

  • Contains a blend of jojoba, sugar cane and chamomile to hydrate, moisturize and soothe the scalp.
  • It gently removes dirt and build-up without harsh detergents and preservatives.
  • It’s safe and effective for daily use for the entire family.
  • Lice like clean hair, so repeat every 2 to 3 days for optimal repelling protection. $

Rosemary Repel® Conditioner

  • Formulated with passion flower, cherry bark and jojoba to detangle, condition and nourish all hair types.

Rosemary Repel® Hair Spray

  • Is lightweight with a non-sticky formula which locks hair styles in place all day long.
  • It adds a “seal” of protection on the hair. Spray onto dry hair to secure style and help protect against head lice.
  • Use each day before school, camp or daycare. $13.95 (8 oz)

Buy: You can buy Fairy Tails Hair products on their website, salons, pharmacies, specialty stores and retailers across the U.S.

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NJ Rongner is a lifestyle and parenting blogger based in Western Massachusetts. When she is not busy chasing her children or drinking the entire pot of coffee, she can be found working on her blog, A​ Cookie Before Dinner (http://www.acookiebeforedinner.com/),​where she inspires her readers to chase a sweet life well lived.

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