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Thursday, 4 April 2013

Headlice SUCK!!!!!!


With the beginning of the school year comes the dreaded Head lice "season".

My children seem to get headlice every time its going around school. I have a pretty goo headlice routine around here now.

Moov Head Lice together with Moov ambassador Nicole Livingstone, former Olympic swimmer and mum of 3, are trying to help reduce the stigma attached to having headlice, dispel the myths and get people talking about it, instead of shying away from the subject.

Over 1000 mums (of 4-12yr olds) were surveyedand 57% of these mums admited that they were uncomfortable talking about thier childrens head lice with anyone, including the schools and other parents.

I have to admit that until recently I was one of those mums.

The same survey showed that 72% of mums struggled to break the headlice cycle and felt thier school had a chronic head lice problem and that 48% of parents don't tell thier school when their child has head lice.

The Moov Head Lice Survey focuses on the psychological effects of diagnosis on children and parents, rather than prevention and treatment. Using the information gathered in the survey Moov Head Lice is runningan education program called "Defend your class". You can find out more over at their website, HERE



The lovely people from move have given me a pack full of Moov products to give to one reader.

The pack contains:


Moov Head Lice Shampoo: $ 19.95
Moov Head Lice Combing Conditioner: $ 16.95
Moov Head Lice Defence Spray: $ 12.95
Moov Head Lice Solution: $ 22.95
Moov Head Lice Sensitive: $ 22.95
One Moov towel
One pair of slippers
One Moov robe
Hair sectioning clips
Combs
Nail file
Hair curling rods
QV product
Nail art
To be the winner of this pack all you need to do is leave me a comment about your expereinces with Head Lice, I will pick a winner on Friday 12th April at 9am.
I was also given a pack of Moov products, (which I used in the pictures), I wasn't paid for this post and I believe it is a fabulous product and use it on my own children.
So help please help end the stigma that is attached to Head Lice and help our children stay itch free.

***UPDATE***
Kim Maxwell is our lovely winner of this giveaway! I have passed you email onto the people at Moov and they will be in contact with you.

3 comments:

Kim maxwell said...

My daughter has been getting lice quite a bit this last year. Whenever she gets them, I treat my hair as well as her's, as I don't want to give up snuggling with her and would hate her to think that she was being treated different because of having lice. I have tried a few products, but have went back to Moov products, because they do the job!


Kim m
galwayst@hotmail.com

MichVee said...

We've already experienced one infestation
Oh the nuisance and sheer devastation!
Hopefully this will help prevent the nits
As they really do give me the sh.... Sads!

Email is kookla123@yahoo.com

Head lice said...

There are several ways of getting rid of lice including electric comb, shampoos and conditioners. In lice removal salons you can easily eliminate all the lice and nits without paining and itching.