Have you ever been faced with a lice problem? We sure have. When our oldest daughter was in Kindergarten there was a lice outbreak in her class. Luckily that was a few years ago and we haven’t had any issues since, but it’s something that you do need to be prepared for as a parent to school-aged children.
The first time dealing with this can put your head into a spin. I was not prepared for this. I had no idea what to do or how to treat it. It was horrible! We were so unprepared and went straight to Walmart to get whatever they had on the shelves. Sadly, the shelves were filled with products full of pesticides that did NOT work the first time. We wound up having to do several treatments on my daughter’s hair before we had success. After the fact, and after doing some research I had the mom-guilt. The guilt of having used a pesticide product on my daughter, not just once but multiple times. 🙁
If we ever have this issue again, rest assured that we won’t be making the same mistake twice. That’s why I’m so glad that there are products out there like the WelComb Lice & Nit Removal Comb. Unlike other lice combs, the WelComb has no large gaps between the teeth that allow lice and nits (eggs) to slip through. The WelComb is an effective, pesticide-free, all-natural way to remove lice.
Check out my recent video on WelComb. You can find the Lice & Nit Removal Kit with WelComb on their website welComb.com. Probably the best thing, other than being pesticide-free and the no-gap WelComb, is that you can find it at Dollar General! So you won’t have to worry about cost.
The Lice & Nit Removal Kit with WelComb includes 1 WelComb, a 4oz Conditioner and 1 detangler Comb.
First, wash hair as usual, towel dry hair and then apply the conditioner. Use the detangler comb to comb from the crown of the head to the ends of the hair. This helps remove tangles and spreads the conditioner evenly on the head, making it easier to use the WelComb. Finally, comb the hair with the WelComb to capture and remove lice and nits. That’s it! With WelComb you don’t have to worry about the mom-guilt of using pesticides on your kids.