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NitWits All-In-One + GIVEAWAY

School has now returned and the kids are back in class. Yay for parents and their sanity! Unfortunately with school resuming it means that nits/head lice have now got a very large breeding buffet. Those pesky little critters make everyone itch at just the thought of them – I bet you just scratched your head didn’t you?!

Most families have methods they have tried and in their efforts to deter nits they have been unsuccessful. Some families are extremely lucky and have found the magic potion that works for them. If you are still in search of the solution that works for you and your kids then there is no harm in trying NitWits All-In-One. This headlice spray works in 20 minutes thanks to its fantastic fast action formula.

NitWits all-in-one

Head lice are common and can be very hard to get rid off. While I haven’t needed to use the All-In-One treatment yet, I have got it ready and waiting to kill the headlice and their eggs. The NitWits treatment claims that no combing* is required which sounds more than amazing to me because besides the itching that is the worst part. *The eggs will stay glued to hair unless combed out but the eggs are dead after this all-in-one treatment. The NitWits All-In-One has a very pleasant smell and is not overpowering at all. The spray works great and is very easy to use.

NitWits all-in-one

The only downside I have found is that the bottle is only 120ml which is quite small but has a $22.95 price tag on it, I’m sure you could find it cheaper than that somewhere on sale though. This formula is kind to kids but not nice to nits and being 100% Australian Owned is just the cherry on top of this great product.

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Disclosure: I received a bottle of NitWits All-In-One for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own.

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  1. Deborah
    28/01/2015 / 5:23 pm

    Would love to try this NitWits all in one the girls have long hair it is in a plait every day but we still get the dreaded nits

  2. Kylie Harris
    28/01/2015 / 7:09 pm

    Two girls with Long hair and despite all precautions, these blighters find there hair.. Nightmare

  3. Michelle V
    29/01/2015 / 7:19 am

    What I hate, because they aren’t very nice
    Is the fact of the kids getting head lice
    We’ve already experienced one infestation
    Oh, the nuisance, and sheer devastation!
    I try to maintain a positive perspective
    But even the treatments are mostly ineffective
    Not to mention the time and the cost
    All that combing guarantees patience will be lost!
    Ive tried every tip there seems to be
    Tie all hair back, and use a spray with tea tree
    It would be great to have this on hand to prevent the nits
    Because they really do give me the sh…sads!!!

  4. Amanda
    30/01/2015 / 12:27 am

    The first time I ever went to the chemist to buy nit solution my demeanour resembled a teenager buying a packet of condoms!

  5. Jen Smith
    30/01/2015 / 8:32 am

    OMG….we have spent all last term fighting these relentless pests, fighting the kids, combing, treating, picking……we won over the holidays…..BUT SCHOOLS GONE BACK…HELP!!!!!

  6. Bee B
    30/01/2015 / 9:51 am

    Mum came to visit for a week with my little niece, sister-in-law handed Mum a chemist bag at the train station just before they boarded and said “Oh by the way, she has nits, can you treat them when you get there”…..yikes, who does that! Needless to say Mum wasn’t impressed either, treating the nits was the first thing we did when we got them back to our place, Mum was paranoid she’d caught them too on the four hour train journey.

  7. Terri T
    30/01/2015 / 11:12 am

    After giving birth to my daughter I had some visitors to the hospital that I didn’t really want and I discovered later that my daughter who was only a few days old got nits from them, we hadn’t even left the hospital before her first lot of nits, I was not happy.

  8. Diana O
    30/01/2015 / 2:59 pm

    It is yet to happen, but I hope it doesn’t because they’ll gross me out. My siblings and I never got them as kids and didn’t know anyone who had them either. With my little guy in prep this year, I’m sure they’re on the agenda and would like to be prepared. Why should I be so lucky and go life without these little beasties crossing my path!

  9. claire evans
    31/01/2015 / 11:10 am

    my son sat down and was playing with something in a tissue, i looked and went oh no nits, he said yeah my head was a bit itchy but i named him bill and there are friends in my hair too…yucky. bill and his crew were eliminated

  10. Melissa K
    31/01/2015 / 3:35 pm

    I had an appointment with the hair dressers, when I got there they said I had nits and they were unable to do my hair! I was humiliated and have never been back since!

  11. ang t
    01/02/2015 / 5:58 pm

    been dealing with nits for months now we get rid of them and they come back again my girls have the tight African hair I had to resort to shaving their hair 🙁 nothing else worked I tried every product on the market we NEED this

  12. Lea Anita Black
    02/02/2015 / 2:38 am

    I first found nits in my childrens heads when the youngest was only about 8 months old (14 years ago) and even he had a lice on his head. I previously had two children before the next lot of three and they never had headlice ever. On this instance I had it too….we all did and it is an ongoing problem. My Teen daughter still manages to pick them up from friends and drives me ratty! I would love some free help!

  13. Johanne
    02/02/2015 / 3:44 am

    Can you be qualified as an expert on head lice? If there is no such thing or person yet, then I am self nominating because my kids seem to always have nits. , I had no experience with nits whatsoever. I’d never had them myself; my kids had never had them; I’d never even seen one before. Then one fateful day, while hanging washing following kindy, I spotted a small bug crawling in my Daughter’s hair as she stood in the sunshine. I flicked at it before noticing another bug, and another…and then millions of the things! Let’s just say, that day was my ordination into my official and revolting role as a nit expert. Eckkkkk!

  14. Tamara Lamb
    02/02/2015 / 11:33 am

    I volunteered last year to go into my son’s class and help some of the kids with reading that were struggling. First child I get is absolutely covered in eggs and of course I got a visitor! Drove me nuts for a week before I realised what it was (yes I had asked darling husband to check but he never found anything!!). Now I still itch at the thought of the little terrors!

  15. Jane Whelan
    02/02/2015 / 8:35 pm

    I remember getting them when l was in my twenties. My daughter was sick so l had her sleeping with me to keep a eye on her. I found them about a week later around midnight and sat up all night combing my hair with a metal nit comb. My ex found me the next morning around 7.30 am still combing and crying saying “l’ve got nits, please check my hair!” I was shattered.

  16. Summer Hinaki-McDade
    02/02/2015 / 11:43 pm

    My first time ever getting them as a young adult was surreal, as I had long thick hair at the time i recall asking my sister to comb my hair and as she did they were everywhere! all over the comb like nothing i’d seen before, gross! suffice to say I cut all my hair off short!

  17. Kristy winters
    03/02/2015 / 10:27 am

    Arrhhhh nits are the worst, from killing them removing them to cleaning all the bed sheets especially now we have 6 people in our house

  18. Carissa laurie
    04/02/2015 / 9:00 pm

    My daughter is 2 years old and recently i discovered her hair part was moving, on closer inspection i discovered it was lice!!!! She doesn’t even go to school yet!! She picked it up from her cousins who go to school it was a huge shock and soooo gross. It took many hours and days combing her hair and pulling out the eggs strand by strand and I think I got it all. Now comes the follow up days of checking her hair for any missed eggs …

  19. Teegan
    04/02/2015 / 9:55 pm

    Looking forward to winning this. my brother is going back to school and sometimes he brings back lice

  20. Amy B
    04/02/2015 / 11:59 pm

    We have only had an outbreak of headlice a couple of times but when we have its been really bad(a nightmare)having to try several different products and hours of manual labour fishing out eggs and lice.

  21. cleo sids
    05/02/2015 / 4:01 pm

    When I was in school , all through my thick long hair , was unbearable.

  22. Karen.E
    06/02/2015 / 2:36 pm

    I remember having nits as a child and it was horrendous with 2 children in school now I need to be prepaired

  23. Jessica Ashbrooke
    06/02/2015 / 4:15 pm

    I had the dreaded moonies as we call them as a kid mum got a robi comb which tore at the hair it hurt so much

  24. Kerrie McDermid
    06/02/2015 / 6:53 pm

    Every time my daughter scratches her head, I shiver in dread as nits seem to love to set up camp in her hair.

  25. Steph Christie
    09/02/2015 / 8:19 am

    My girls haven’t had it yet, but my friends kids have. Seeing her battle the lice invasion for weeks because they couldn’t kill them… I DON’T want to go through that!

  26. Becky Downey
    10/02/2015 / 12:53 pm

    All throughout grade one my son had lice or whatever. They just wouldn’t go away, no matter what gel or shampoo or treatment we tried! Maybe he kept on getting re-infected. Touch wood he’s been lice-free for about 3m now!

  27. 10/02/2015 / 6:58 pm

    Going to work in a Fabrication shop, long hair in hair net, contracted off another welding helmet

  28. monica s.
    10/02/2015 / 8:35 pm

    Helping in the school library and the kids coming over to collect books..someone leans in and leaving a ‘friend’ behind!! Yikes!

  29. Karla Oleinikoff
    11/02/2015 / 12:42 am

    Took Miss 7 to get a hair cut. She hopped up into the chair, the hair dresser started combing her hair to get it ready to cut, stopped, looked at me and said one word. “Nits”. Absolutely mortified, I grabbed her, carried her and ran out mumbling sorry, ( I couldn’t even look the hairdresser in the eye!) Went straight into the chemist, and THEN Miss 7 starts scratching her head! I’m trying to get her to stop, while looking at headlice products (which makes it even more obvious about why I’m in there!) and then talking to the assistant. It was an absolutely awful experience, which I NEVER want to repeat!

  30. Jessica H
    11/02/2015 / 6:04 pm

    Thick curls.
    Nit comb.
    3 hours.
    The memory has scarred me so much I can only speak about it in short bursts. I would hate for my curly haired daughter to suffer the same way!

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