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#1 VJs Mummy

Posted 26 November 2012 - 07:17 PM

hey all i wasnt sure where this fitted so thought i would put in here in the hope someone can help me, My elder 2 have had nits numerous times letters sent out from school etc unfortunately they keep getting them i have finally got them gone from their hair and they havent returned as of yet thankfully but my now 21 month old has them, do i treat him the same or is there chemicals in there how am i supposed to get him not to touch his hair if i use the one with cap etc just looking for any advice or products that will help get rid of them thanks all

#2 Princess Bubblegum

Posted 26 November 2012 - 07:29 PM

Buy a lice comb ( don't skimp - get a good one - NitFree are the best, I think), comb out ALL the lice and ALL  the eggs. Be thorough. You will never have to buy treatment shampoos again, as long as you are thorough and get all the eggs.




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