What does the thought of parental units "doing the deed" have to do with lice? Um. Nothing other than both have an "ick factor" of about ten thousand.
About a month ago, my son did bring home a note from school that sent my stomach rolling. There was a lice outbreak. I've heard plenty of horror stories about kids getting lice, only to have it return -- or to never have gotten rid of it the first time. And then there's the hours of extra washing and cleaning in an effort to rid the home (or school) of these sesame seed-sized parasites. YUCK.
As if that weren't enough? Most lice treatments smell and contain some very nasty chemicals. But not LiceMD. This product, according to their site, is odor-free, doesn't contain pesticides, works the first time around and conditions your child's hair.
I received my trusty-little sample this past Friday. Thankfully I don't have to use it. But it is nice to know I've got a product that's non-toxic and hypoallergenic. Also? The product claims to work in even the longest and thickest of hair. Plus, there's no expiration date on the product. A four ounce bottle retails for about $14.99.
This review was written on behalf of Moms Central.