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Head Lice Treatments – Win The Nit War + Giveaway

Kids + school = Nits. It is unfortunate but true.

You may be lucky and survive a year, two, maybe even three without your children having a nit infestation but it is inevitable. It will happen eventually and you will not like it.

You will not enjoy sifting through every individual strand of hair in search of head lice and their eggs and you will certainly not like having to wash all the bedding and hair brushes. It is a tedious task locating and killing them. Just hoping you haven’t missed any.

Head lice treatments

Over the years head lice treatments have definitely improved and they are making it easier and more convenient for families to eradicate these pesky little critters.
Gone are the days of overnight treatments. Gone are days of just hoping your child doesn’t bring them home daycare, kindy or school. There are preventative sprays that help reduce the risk and then of course the new fandangle treatments that kill them fast with minimal fuss.

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My son first got nits when he was in kindy and it was painstaking! They were only teeny tiny but they were there and required some serious searching, combing and nit shampooing. It took hours. Hours of head scratching and hoping they didn’t jump into my hair. I shampooed my hair with head lice treatment just for good measure. I wished there was an easier way but alas, there was not.

Since then, my eldest three children have had them a couple of times. It was generally within a couple of weeks of school returning after school holidays, you know when life is hectic and the last thing you want or need is to be stressing about head lice.

Euky Bear – more than Euky Bearub

Up until recently, I never knew that Euky Bear had a head lice range. I knew they did baby eucalyptus rub because we have used that for years but I didn’t know they did more. We have since used the Euky Bear Blitz Nitz Mousse and it was fantastic, but they also have another head lice product – Blitz Nitz Spray & Go. We are yet to use it but have it ready as back up. It is a spray in, leave on treatment that allows parents to spray it in their child’s hair just as you would a detangling spray. You do not pick through hair or stress, just continue to go about your day.

head lice treatments

So is it a detangling spray or a nit treatment? It is a nit treatment with a difference. It is clinically proven to kill head lice without having to watch the clock and comb after 10 minutes. You simply spray it in, style their hair and then wash it out in your normal shower when the day is over. (You can also sleep with it in overnight and wash out in the morning if that is more convenient) It doesn’t have the typical nit treatment odour, it smells great and leaves the hair soft and nourished.

As it is made with natural essential oils, botanical extracts and sounds so easy to use, I am surprised that I have not heard of it before. If you want to learn more about the Blitz Nitz Spray & Go, visit the Euky Bear website.

It can be purchased from Chemist Warehouse for $9.99. For that price, I would have a few stored away just in case. It seems like such an easy, no tears, nit treatment option.

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Prize includes: Euky Bear Blitz Nitz pack – 1x Euky Bear Blitz Nitz spray & go, 1x Head lice comb, 1x Euky Bear soft toy, colour pencils & colouring book. RRP $50.

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  1. Amanda Rose-Hall
    18/08/2016 / 11:33 am

    My 20mth old just got lice last week for the first time!! ? AND of course he had given them to me (first time in my life!) Thankfully my mum was visiting from NZ to help do the treatment on my head – but man what a task getting a toddler to stay still enough for me to treat & comb his hair!! This stuff sounds amazing!

  2. Charlotte
    18/08/2016 / 11:45 am

    Found head lice on my son at bedtime. He was a handful to keep still and also found he’d kindly shared with his toddler sister. She was even harder as she has long, thick, wavy hair 🙁

  3. julie morton
    18/08/2016 / 3:36 pm

    My 3 year old often gets these from pre school,its frustrating for all, this brand would be sensitive on skin too, easy to use and a safe preventative

  4. 19/08/2016 / 12:13 am

    I feel very lucky to have always dodged lice in grade school – but if/when I have kids I will definitely keep this in mind!

  5. Ern
    19/08/2016 / 2:02 pm

    Never thank God. But I fear they’ll strike soon with nits going around at school, and a certain little best friend having them.

  6. DIANA
    19/08/2016 / 2:33 pm

    The day before their uncles wedding. Not a gift any guests wanted to receive.

  7. Lara Daebritz
    19/08/2016 / 11:06 pm

    As i was doing the requisite Sunday night hair-wash, I noticed something crawling in my daughter’s hair the night before she started Year 1. I’d never seen lice before and had to call on a friend to come and check out the situation. And yep, it was lice, many many lice so there I was trying to find a pharmacy open at 8pm on a Sunday night!!

  8. claire evans
    23/08/2016 / 11:41 am

    on a cruise ship on holiday, we must have brought them with us…all the cabin was scratching and i was dashing from them

  9. sarahMary
    25/08/2016 / 9:07 am

    The first day of school. What a rushed morning!

  10. sharyn w
    26/08/2016 / 6:43 pm

    EVERYTIME is an inconvenient time – My daughter has had them twice – first time last year it was the hairdresser that found eggs and luckily i could get to them early so it was not that bad. Then she got them again the second week of school this year, i found them because i was tying her head back and noticed a red rash behind her ear. Lo and behold her head was full of eggs and about 15 adult nits – she had the day off school and i went through her hair bit by bit to get as many eggs as i could – it was a very long day!!!!. I try and remember to check my kids heads weekly now.

  11. Amanda
    29/08/2016 / 8:12 pm

    I’ve never been more embarrassed then when the hairdresser discovered a nit infestation midway through a haircut!

  12. Michelle Brown
    01/09/2016 / 10:27 pm

    The night before a school production where she would be having her hair done. A long evening of nit treatment and nit picking especially as she has waist length hair!

  13. Peta
    02/09/2016 / 3:33 pm

    when we were about to go away on our first family holiday, realised about an hours drive in (when there was a lot of itching going on)

  14. Danielle Tassan
    02/09/2016 / 9:03 pm

    I have been quite lucky so far and neither of my boys have had lice. But it’s always best to have something on hand just in case.

  15. Helen Jones
    06/09/2016 / 3:14 pm

    Imagine meeting your new sister-in-law to be. “Oh lovely your a hairdresser. I’d love you to cut the girls hair.” As you look down a little critter comes to view and winks up at you. “Noooooooooooooooooooo.” Too late.
    This could only happen to me.

  16. Kathy Bowdlert
    09/09/2016 / 9:44 am

    The arrival of the head lice farm from hell coincided with the arrival of the nit picking Mother-in-law from hell!

  17. Deb K
    09/09/2016 / 3:59 pm

    After a busy afternoon rushing home from work
    Exhausted making dinner and bathing the kids….

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