Back to school season… wooo!By this time most of the nation’s kids have began their first weeks of public school and us homeschoolers are sitting around wondering what all the hallabalu is about. (I lie, we’re actually quite thankful because the parks are quiet.) Moms all over are rejoicing for bittersweet moments of peace and quiet and alone time. Unfortunately this back-to-school business can stimulate other seasonal issues… like head lice.
August is peak season for lice infestations because children spend more time with other children. And homeschool children are not left out… A full grown louse can live up to 48 hours off of a human being and nits up to ten days! That means they can be passed on furniture, carpets, and clothing. Dressing rooms, indoor play areas, and upholstered transportation can all be possible areas of transmuting those little critters. It itches my head just thinking about it!
Howard and Danielle Shecter were shocked when their two-year-old came home from daycare with lice. After trying over-the-counter hair treatments over the course of several weeks, they decided it was time for a change. Seeking to both be effective and safe to use on small children, ClearLice was born.
ClearLicce kills those pesky parasites in 45 seconds. Because of the way ClearLice treatments are formulated, bugs .can not build a resistance for it. These products mimic the molting process of head lice to disrupt their cycle and once the hard exoskeleton of the lice and nits begin to dissolve nits and lice can not survive. Made with natural ingredients, botanicals, enzyme complexes, plant extracts and other homeopathic ingredients are mixed in an FDA approved lab right here in the USA! Specifically designed for children, ClearLice is a gentle fix to your lice problems.
You can fight future outbreaks before they start by using the prevention kit. There’s a back to school sale going on right now, so stock up for the whole family and ride out the school year free of worry. Without the fear of lice, you can focus on more important things.
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post on behalf of ClearLice. I was compensated to provide the information in this post and it is true and right to the best of my understanding. I shall not tell lies!