Re­fus­ing To Crum­ble

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THEY SAY: This spray pro­tects chil­dren from par­a­sites by break­ing their life cy­cle and killing lice be­fore an in­fes­ta­tion be­comes es­tab­lished.

Mul­ti­ple Scle­ro­sis (MS) is an auto-im­mune con­di­tion that af­fects the brain and spinal cord, caus­ing a wide range of symp­toms, such as vi­sion prob­lems, dif­fi­culty mov­ing, and a loss of bal­ance. It is a life­long con­di­tion that can some­times cause se­ri­ous dis­abil­ity. More

YOU SAY: ‘This is ideal for times when the risk of a lice in­fec­tion in­creases, such as the be­gin­ning of a new school term, at chil­dren’s par­ties than 100 000 peo­ple in the UK have been di­ag­nosed with MS, and it is most com­mon among peo­ple in their 20s and 30s. There is cur­rently no cure for MS, but there are sev­eral treat­ments, such as steroid med­i­ca­tion, that can help con­trol the symp­toms. and sleep­overs, school out­ings, and fol­low­ing an out­break let­ter from the school. Just spray on and you’re good to go.’ Rachel, Swansea.

WE SAY: Any­one can get head lice, but this scented con­di­tion­ing spray is easy to ap­ply, and dries naturally, leav­ing the hair healthy and con­di­tioned.

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