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Kill Head Lice Fast With This Proven Formula

Let the head scratching commence because I’m talking about nits today. Arrrgggghh I know, my head is itching just thinking about the pesky little critters.
Anyway this post was supposed to be a review on the new Euky Bear Blitz Nitz Mousse however after months of holding off writing this in case my kids caught the jumpy little suckers, they still haven’t (touch wood) so I am going to tell you about the products they offer instead.

Euky Bear Blitz Nitz range

I never knew that Euky Bear offered a range of nit products before I received the mousse to review. I knew they did eucalyptus rub (like baby Vicks) and we have used that since our first child was a baby. Cannot fault that product at all so I was intrigued to try this product and see if it offered the same great quality.

Blitz Nits Solution

This is Euky Bears hero product has a new and improved formula that kills head lice and eggs in 5 minutes! That is the fastest treatment on the market and to sweeten the deal it is natural and clinically proven to work.
*This product comes with a free re-useable shower cap.

Blitz Nits Mousse

This mousse is a new addition to the range. It kills head lice and eggs in 10 minutes using natural essential oils and is clinically proven to work. The thing I love about mousse treatments is that there is no mess, no dripping and easy to handle.
Sticking to their theme, the mousse smells like eucalyptus. It isn’t overbearing or nostril burning, it is a pleasant change from the chemically smells many nit treatments produce. This is no surprise when you learn that it is made from natural ingredients – eucalyptus oil, lemon eucalyptus and tea tree oil.

You can purchase this on the Euky Bear website (find link below) for only $14.95 each or if purchasing 2 or more you save 20%.
*This product comes with a free re-useable shower cap.

Blitz Nits Spray & Go

Another new addition to the Blitz Nitz range, the spray and go offers a daily protection for your child from head lice. If your child is unfortunate enough to have one of these critters jump on for a ride throughout the day, the spray will kill the head lice while on the go.
We are big believers in preventative spray because since we started using it 2 years ago, the kids have only had head lice infestations 2 or 3 times. Before using it, they would get them almost monthly. It was dreadful. We figured we had nothing to lose by trying and will never go without again!

Euky Bear Blitz Nitz

The Blitz Nitz range offers a complete head lice control program that consists of 3 easy steps.
1. Detect and remove – The Detective range is ideal for this.
2. Solve it – Use one of the three products mentioned above.
3. Rinse & maintain – The shampoo offers additional protection for those head lice and eggs that slipped through cracks.
*Products are suitable for children over 2 years of age.

As an added bonus for parents Euky Bear understand that you don’t have hours to spend waiting for head lice solutions to work which is why they created their fast acting products. They have also taken children into consideration and have produced a fun app to keep them entertained while you perform searches and applications. Oh and it’s FREE!

Blitz Nitz

For more information on the Euky Bear Blitz Nitz range visit the website here.

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30 Comments

  1. 02/05/2016 / 6:15 am

    Nits do my head in! It’s the 2 weeks of combing after treatment that gets me…then you have a week ro 2 off and then they’re back!

  2. 02/05/2016 / 6:51 am

    OMG…we’ve never had them in our house but the day they do arrive, I will just freak out!!! I remember having them as a kid, my poor mum having to get them out of my thick long hair. What a nightmare! It’s so good to know there are heaps of great products on the market though. xx

  3. 02/05/2016 / 7:14 am

    I haven’t heard of these products.
    I am completely sold on Nitwits though. I reviewed it on the blog and after suffering endless cycles of nits with 6 kids, this was the product that won me over. (I threw everything else away!) One spray, 10 minutes, no combing, just a regular shampoo to remove. One treatment only kills everything! Amazing!

  4. 02/05/2016 / 4:59 pm

    My head is itching just reading this review. 🙂 I make sure my boys always wear Hair gel so they don’t get headlice. 🙂 And their hairstyles look cute to which is an extra incentive. My girls always have to wear their hair up.

  5. 04/05/2016 / 7:01 am

    I got head lice once. It took 6 months to finally get rid of them. YUCK! Thanks for stopping by the Healthy Moms Magazine. Have a terrific day!

  6. Sarah F
    14/05/2016 / 3:19 pm

    I prevent nits by keeping my daughters hair tied back and hairsprayed each day. My 10 year old has thick, curly hair down to her bottom so if she gets headlice it would be a MAJOR headache. I’m not taking any chances!

  7. Kirsten W
    16/05/2016 / 9:00 am

    I combed my daughter’s hair one morning and saw eggs. This was our first experience with lice, so I took my daughter to the hairdressers for a treatment. the treatment cost $90. They also checked me and found zillions – over a month worth of eggs and lice. Another $90 for me.
    My husband: one louse, many eggs. $50.
    Then they told me that we would need about…4-6 sessions.
    They told me that I needed to wash daily all pillow cases, sheets, towels, to vacuum, to shampoo our hair daily, 3 times per day, to comb the nits out. I bought $150 worth of OTC stuff.
    I then realised how crazy I was. No amount of money was going to get rid of the lice so I decided for all of us to get our scalps shaved. No buzz cuts. Shaved. All of us. My daughter cried. I cried. But I was firm. It was the only solution.
    And you know what – it worked and we rocked the shaved heads!

  8. Sacha Pech
    16/05/2016 / 10:19 am

    I spray the kids hair liberally with detangler every morning (nits don’t like product). I also make sure my daughter and I have our hair up/ in a plait because apparently they can’t get onto your hair if it’s tied up tight.

  9. Rebecca B
    16/05/2016 / 11:12 am

    My girls always have their hair back tight (despite the complaining!) then I spray with hair spray, the little suckers hate it!

  10. Shannon Wotton
    16/05/2016 / 2:07 pm

    I spray my kids hair each morning with a tea-tree oil and water solution to ward off nits. The Blitz nits spray and go sounds like it would be an even better preventative to try!

  11. Lauren Pratt
    16/05/2016 / 2:44 pm

    Love the idea of this product, something a little more natural. So handy to have in the cupboard.

  12. Ashley Beech
    16/05/2016 / 5:30 pm

    Comb the kids hair at least once a week with conditioner. Once you get them it’s hard to get rid of them so best to stop the problem before it begins!

  13. Natalie Murnane
    17/05/2016 / 11:01 am

    I use an everyday nit spray when I brush their hair for school and we rarely get them.

  14. Belinda M
    17/05/2016 / 2:40 pm

    I always make sure my daughters hair is tyed up, but I still check her every day to be sure. If she gets nits I’d like to stop them immediately

  15. Amy Ginis
    17/05/2016 / 9:45 pm

    Hair spray, hair spray, hair spray! Gotta keep those suckers out!

  16. Melissa K
    18/05/2016 / 9:33 am

    A Tea tree oil and water spray, applied and combed through every day, to help keep those pesky head lice away!

  17. Tracy Andreatta
    18/05/2016 / 9:58 am

    I’ve had success using Listerene . Coat hair and leave in for an hour rinse hair and comb through .

  18. Amanda S
    19/05/2016 / 1:03 am

    My kids haven’t had them yet. Just luck. But I caught nits off my friend’s kid twenty years ago and the experience still haunts me.

  19. julie morton
    19/05/2016 / 8:00 am

    We use a spray bottle with some condionter and tea tree oil in just as a prevention, smells nice too,great for a quick spritz before school

  20. Charissa Naran
    19/05/2016 / 2:55 pm

    We prevent nits by wrapping our heads in aluminium foil. We haven’t had them yet, but I heard it worked against aliens so it must work against nits too!

  21. Tamara Lamb
    19/05/2016 / 5:44 pm

    I make a ‘concoction’ of baby oil, mint and lavender and spray on my kids hair each morning. So far (6 months) so good!

  22. Jennah Wardrope
    19/05/2016 / 10:51 pm

    No raggy hair ties that let the hair fall out. Hair done up tight in a braid/plait. It might not work always but it can only help.

  23. nicole larsen
    21/05/2016 / 9:38 am

    You have to be onto it everyday and keep on top of it

  24. Nicole Walton
    21/05/2016 / 4:50 pm

    Send them to school with dirty hair. Nits hate dirty hair, Wash only an a Friday night 🙂

  25. 22/05/2016 / 8:10 am

    We are lucky not to have had nits in our house yet, but I put tea tree in our son’s hair

  26. Lyn SC
    22/05/2016 / 8:31 am

    Gosh I’m scratching my head now after reading the huge write up on these products!! Haha!!

    I was a bit oblivious to lice when my eldest started school and the first time I found lice was obviously after a week or so and she had the biggest infestation. I felt like the worlds worst Mum as I had assumed she was only scratching because she wasn’t used to her hair tied up for school everyday. I ended up asking my brother who swore the best way was to absolutely smother the hair in vinegar and wrap hair up in a tea towel for 15 minutes ( which kills the lice ). Then smother the hair in oil ( olive, canola…any ) a few times and comb it all out ( the oil releases the eggs from the hair ). Repeat the second step a few times. Then hop in the shower and clean that super oily – yet lice free – hair!!

    This lice treatment felt like it took half a day and was definitely far from enjoyable for anyone…. and needed to be repeated a few weeks later… GRRR. My friend then lent us one of those brushes that shocks and kills lice… OUCH OUCH OUCH. My daughter cried so much…….. So preventative is the best option!!! My daughters always have sparkling clean hair which is tied up neatly, and I alternate between a watered down tea tree spray ( don’t want them know as the kids with smelly hair haha ) and a preventative spray. So far so good, but we are late to school everyday because of my need to do braids, plaits and everything in between!!

  27. alicia neale
    22/05/2016 / 3:03 pm

    well so far my kids have never had them (1 primary school, 1 preschool) and i work in a preschool so i must be doing something right, i make sure their hair and mine is always coated with hair spray or some sort of product, their hair gets washed only on a friday night but checked every night, my daughter always has her hair tied up neatly and has been educated about not sharing hats with anyone! both their school hats get washed every week and put out in the sun! fingers crossed we remain lucky on the nit front 🙂

  28. Abby L
    22/05/2016 / 11:17 pm

    Regular checks are essential with three school aged girls with long hair!

  29. sarahjane
    22/05/2016 / 11:40 pm

    Prevention spray with tea tree oil

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