The dreaded call from the school, “Your child has head lice and needs to be picked up.” So, you pick up the lice shampoo and follow the directions on the box and two weeks later you see your child scratching her head. One nit (egg) can hatch and start to lay eggs within 10-14 days – and here we go again.
Here are a few tips for lice control:
Do not share combs, brushes, or jackets
After a treatment, vacuum the floors, furniture, and the car
Don’t forget the car seat. It can be vacuumed and the cover can be washed
There are sprays for upholstery
Wash the sheets in hot water and a hot dryer
Vacuum or wash the curtains
Place all plush toys in a plastic bag for two weeks minimum
Clean all combs and brushes with an approved lice product
Soft curls are a great way to give your hair a little umph, without being over the top. By now I’m sure you’ve heard you can curl your hair with a flat iron, but have you heard of a way that only takes two steps? You’re in luck, because I’m about to show you!
Cooler weather can make our hair dry, lifeless and dull. Who wants that? No one. Here are a few tips to keep your hair from hibernating this winter.
When you turn the heat on in your house, it dries out the air, also drying out your hair. To bring some moisture back into your locks, wash and condition your hair with a moisturizing shampoo. Clary Color shampoo and conditioner is perfect for fine to medium hair, and Z-11 shampooand conditioner works great for thick and course hair.