Are you pregnant or breastfeeding? Then you may want to read up on our latest find in the very itchy department of head lice treatment – Quit Nits is not only one of the easiest and most effective ways to eliminate head lice, but it is also suitable for breastfeeding mums and mums-to-be.
Head lice do not care if you’re a hormonal mess or you are the size of a jumping castle. They still love you, your hair, your leaking breasts and your cankles (no, actually, just your hair). So, come one, come all and receive your free sample today.
Let’s be honest for a moment, shall we? We’ve all succumbed to head lice before. If you haven’t had them yourself, then you have probably sat on the lounge combing through your children’s hair once or twice in the past. And, if not, then your time is coming. I promise.
Quit Nits has been one of Australia’s leading head lice brands for over 18 years. Not only it is environmentally-friendly and incredibly easy to use – simply leave in overnight, rinse out the next morning and you’re done – but the reason we like it so much is because it’s suitable for everyone in the household – including babies and pregnant women.
The Quit Nits Complete Head Lice Kit contains 200mls of Quit Nits One and 125mls of Quit Nits Defence Spray, as well as a disposable comb for optional combing. For the best and easiest results, simply leave in overnight and shampoo out the next morning, or just leave it on for a minimum of four hours. Each package also comes with a detangling spray which gently conditions and detangles while helping to defend against infestation.
Having a bottle of head lice treatment in the cupboard, just in case, is a must for all parents. I won’t lie – I have an entire drawer full of the stuff. Here’s your chance to test out Quit Nits Complete Head Lice Kit for free.
The first 40 people to register in the trial will receive a Quit Nits Complete Head Lice Kit, delivered straight to your door or post box. We’ll send you a survey afterwards so we can report back to the Babyology community about what you and our other reviewers thought. Hopefully your kids won’t need it during the trial period, but if they do you’ll be prepared! The kit includes a preventative spray as well, and we’re keen to hear from parents who want to try it out.
If your family are prone to head lice (and if they are, you know what I’m talking about!), we’d love to get your opinions about Quit Nits, so don’t miss out on your chance to test it for us – sign up below.
*Always read directions for use. If symptoms persist, see your healthcare practitioner for advice.
(This is a sponsored post for Wild Child)