Pre­vent­ing Head Lice In The New School Year

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The new school year of­ten means chil­dren are ex­posed to head lice. The good news is that there are steps par­ents can take. (NAPSA)-With a new school year ap­proach­ing, par­ents should take the time to learn the “facts of lice” and the nat­u­ral mea­sures that they can take to keep chil­dren lice free. To help, here are some tips from Risa Barash, founder of Fairy Tales Hair Care: combs, pil­lows or hel­mets; do­ing so can trans­mit live lice. Re­mem­ber, lice can sur­vive off the hu­man head for 24-36 hours. them­selves more eas­ily to squeaky clean hair. de­tec­tion. lice, such as Fairy Tales Hair Care’s Rose­mary Re­pel col­lec­tion. The all-nat­u­ral for­mu­las are in­fused with or­ganic in­gre­di­ents such as rose­mary, tea tree and pep­per­mint oils. They are free of nuts, soy, parabens, sul­fate and gluten and are de­signed to be used by the whole fam­ily. Those who or­der on­line can save 20 per­cent by en­ter­ing the coupon code LICE20 at check­out. To or­der, learn more or for a copy of “The Facts of Lice” book­let, visit www.fairy­tale­shair­ Down­load the free “Facts of Lice” iPhone app to re­port and track lo­cal out­breaks.

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