Lyclear Repellent Reviews
Product Type: Lyclear in Health Therapies / Treatments
Description:Brand: Lyclear / Headlice Treatment / Spray on for easy application.
Newest Review: ... removing, so was quietly confident with the spray. The spray in question is - Lyclear repellent spray. Instructions for use ... more
Customer Lyclear Repellent Reviews (3)
by - written on 28/10/10, updated on 28/10/10 (Very useful, 149 readings)
One thing my kids always seem to be complaining of is the dreaded itch, you know the one, where they have been scratching for a while then let it slip that they had been cuddling or sitting next to, or even touching heads with another child in their class, thus catching nits! As my children both seem to have caught them so many times each, I decided that I would try a repellent spray, I have tried the conditioner and tea tree oil method, and even with weekly checks they still seem to catch them! The spray I bought for this purpose is part of a whole brand of nit repelling and hair clearing products, with me having quite a good success rate of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/10 (Very useful, 198 readings)
Last year seemed to be the year of the lice my daughter had them for 3 months solid. The problem at school I found was it didn't matter how many times I did my daughters hair there always seems to be one parent that can't be bothered so the whole cycle starts again. How it works You spray on the hair after washing it and it is supposed to repel the lice from going on the head in the first place. This I thought would then cut down on the constant buying of nit lotions and sitting combing through mine and my daughters hair every night. The price I bought mine for £7.99 at Boots which I thought was very expensive but if it worked ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/08 (Very useful, 549 readings)
For anyone who's had the misfortune of having to deal with troublesome head lice (on their children's head) or their own, you'll know it's no mean feat eliminating the little blighters. If however, you've managed to find a solution that worked, the last thing you want is 'the return of the lice.' A 'B' movie in the future perhaps? Anyway, I've had more than my fair share of head lice invasions, or rather the kids have. After the last expelling session, I decided, enough is enough. I couldn't face going through this palaver again and thought "there must be a way to stop this happening." And there was (so far)! As a follow on to ... Read the complete review
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