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From hiking and rock climbing to sharing stories around a bonfire, some of the best memories for children are made at summer camp; but sometimes those great memories are overshadowed by a common yet unfortunate problem - a lice outbreak. As a parent, it is frustrating getting a phone call about your child while he/she is away at camp, especially if it relates to head lice. This summer, you don’t have to dread waiting for that phone call by putting Fairy Tales Rosemary Repel Natural Lice Prevention products in your child’s summer camp bag.
Fairy Tales Rosemary Repel Natural Lice Prevention line has professional hair-care products designed to prevent head lice and is a must-have for any kid’s summer camp bag! The chemical and toxin free products cleanse and nourish your child’s hair through the use of organic herbs and natural plant extracts in order to help prevent unwanted critters. As a plus, your child's hair will smell "heavenly" Miss Grace LOVES the smell of Rosemary, as we used it and lavender on her hair since she was a baby!
We were sent the above Camp Kit to review:
Rosemary Repel Shampoo combines organic rosemary, citronella, tea tree, anise, lavender and geranium oils to gently help repel lice. This sulfate-free product hydrates and nourishes the hair to keep your kid’s locks looking fabulous. Even though it is sulfate free, it still bubbles up enough to satisfy your child! It really give the hair a wonderful shine. It is clinically proven to be 95% effective, when used with Rosemary Repel Conditioning Spray! Now that is something EVERY parent can love! For parents with kids with allergies, you'll also be happy to hear that it has NO dairy, nut oil, soy and gluten!
The Rosemary Repel Creme Conditioner works perfectly after using the Rosemary Repel Shampoo to eliminate tangles and leave hair looking revitalized. It has a rich formula with natural cherry bark and passion flower blended with organic rosemary, citronella, geranium and tea tree oils. It also seems to really combat split ends on Miss Grace's long hair! It also has NO dairy, nut oil, soy and gluten!
Loaded with organic herbs, the Rosemary Repel Conditioning Spray is a parent’s number one defense against head lice – a spray per day keeps the lice away! Even if you don;t use the shampoo and conditioner, using this spray will keep the little critters at bay! As a weird side note, we've found it's been helpful to repel fleas and mosquitoes from Miss Grace as well. You know how kids are, rolling with the dog and cat- before we started using this spray it wasn't rare for a flea or two to get in her hair! But no more! Yeah team! Loaded with organic herbs of rosemary, citronella, peppermint, tea tree and lavender, It also helps softens, detangles and eliminates frizz in your child's hair! It's hard to get her to sit still for more than a minute this Summer, but as you can see from the pix above, Miss Grace's hair looks great using this product line! Like a great all-in-one spray!
They also sent over the helpful booklet, which explains how kids get lice and how to treat it (and their belongings), if your child does get them. VERY informative and helpful! Check out these quick Lice tips from Fairy Tales:
The Rosemary Repel Star Kit is available for purchase at a 23% savings on the Fairy Tales website as well! The line also includes hair spray and hair gel, for your little fashionistas! All the Rosemary Repel products are available for purchase at Ulta and Harmon locations nationwide, online at Fairy Tales, and salons where professional hair care products are sold. Be sure to sign up for their online newsletter as well, for more special offers!
While we've never had lice, there have been some close calls, with her pre-K classes and friend's kids! I'm glad to have these products on hand this Summer, to help keep unwanted visitors from Miss Grace's hair, and we'll definitely keep using them in the Fall, as many of her classmates have younger siblings, who are more prone to get them during the school year!