- March 10, 2007 at 2:33 pm #252731BiggerPiggyBankParticipant
I hope this doesn’t come off as being flip, but thats probably a bargain
compared to the cost and time involved in getting rid of a case of lice. I live
in fear of those pests. So far we’ve been lucky and not had any problems. I
usually use a bit of hair gel in my girl’s hair and maybe a small spritz of hair
spray. I have heard that lice are most attracted to squeaky clean hair so I
figure putting a little something on them might keep them away. It seems to have
worked so far.
Our district built a new elementary school a few years ago and all classrooms
now has a separate cubby for each child. It used to be their hats and coats
would all be squished together on hooks at the back of the room. The incidents
of lice do seem to have greatly come down since then. Give your children strict
orders never to share combs or brushes or share hats, scarves or jackets with
other children. My girls even use their own personal softball helmet, not the
ones provided by the league and shared with the team. I’m really paranoid of
lice. my head itches just thinking about it!
from: jill coughlin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 2007/07/22 Sun PM 02:40:16 CDT
Subject: RE: Budget101.com : Re: HouseHold Recipes
okay… found the castile soap… but it’s not cheap!!!Ã‚Â how much doyou all
pay for it, what size and where do you get it?Ã‚Â i finallyfound it at a
natural food store and it was 15.00 for a quart.Ã‚ÂYIKES!!!
Thanks in advance for your replies!
At 12:38 PM 7/22/2007, you wrote:
Ã‚Â>> I’ll have to start worrying about my daughterbringing home uninvited
“guests” again! Headlice!! << Ã‚Â Ã‚ÂVisit our forums and view the tons of posts onthis topic: Ã‚Â https://www.budget101forums.com/search.php?mode=results and typeinÃ‚ÂÃ‚Â Lice
You’ll find lots of suggestions of what TO do andwhat Not to do.
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