LadiBugs Lice Prevention & Detangling SpraysPrice $27.9027.90
Stop a lice infestation before it starts with these effective, safe, and easy to use pesticide-free head lice prevention sprays. Ward off head lice with daily use. Safe for the entire family. Mint Spray and Detangling Mint Conditioning Spray.
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Stop A Lice Infestation Before It Starts! Ladibugs Mint Spray and Detangling Mint Conditioning Spray for daily use. Ladibugs Lice Prevention Sprays are safe and easy.
LadiBugs products are developed with a chemist and a team of hair care professionals, Ladibugs contain NO PESTIDES! They are safe for the entire family, good for your scalp and hair. Made from over 96% Natural resources and from 100% Renewable resources! 100% Biodegradable! Made in the USA!
Ladibugs Mint Spray $10.95 & $17.95 is a specialized formula to help ward off head lice, and can be used as often as necessary. Ladibugs Mint Spray has been formulated with products that lice find offensive. Ladibugs Mint Spray may also be used on most fabrics and sports gear to ward off head lice. 4 oz. and 8 oz.
Ingredients: Water (Aqua), SD Alcohol 40-B, Glycerin, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Mentha Viridis (Spearmint) Leaf Oil, Caprylyl Glycol, Superoxide Dismutase, Pongamia Glabra (Karanja) Seed Oil, Fragrance.
Ladibugs Mint Detangling Spray $16.95 can be used daily to detangle and condition the hair, and as a safe head lice deterrent. It is formulated with the highest quality ingredients, making this a superior product for conditioning hair. 8 oz.
Ingredients: Water (Aqua), PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Cetrimonium Chloride, Mentha Viridis (Spearmint) Leaf Oil, Panthenyl Hydroxypropyl Steardimonium Chloride, Isostearyl Hydroxyethyl Imidazoline, Superoxide Dismutase, Citric Acid, Caprylyl Glycol, Phenoxyethanol, Fragrance.
The regulation of pediculicides pesticides (lice-killing pesticides) by the FDA creates the misconception that they are safe. These pesticides, which are found in products like roach spray and weed killer, are alarmingly overused on children with lice. Here are some of those chemicals:
Lindane (Kwell) has been globally banned for use in agriculture. It is, however, still the working ingredient in more than 2 million prescriptions for head lice and scabies. Possible health effects include neurological effects, cancer, blood disorders, endocrine disruption, liver toxicity, reproductive effects and immunological effects.
Malathion (Maldison) is a highly toxic derivative of nerve gas which works by disrupting the chemical reactions in lice and your child’s nervous systems. Malathion is extremely toxic orally, and a possible carcinogen, mutagen (mutates DNA) and endocrine disrupter.
Solvents in head lice preparations contain both inert and active ingredients. Active ingredients are the chemicals that kill the lice. Inert ingredients are the carriers for these chemicals. Inert does not equal harmless, and exposure to these toxic solvents can be significantly worse than the actual chemicals themselves.
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Rachel Knutson and Lisa Rudquist are two moms that are both registered nurses, whose daughters acquired head lice through a school outbreak. They tried the toxic shampoos and things they “heard” would work and spent hours combing and nit- picking. Frustrated with their options and the lack of correct information, they decided to create a business that would help kids, families, schools, camps and nursing homes eliminate head lice in a safe and natural process that is proven to be highly effective.
Rachel Knutson is no stranger to urgent health needs. After graduating from nursing school at St. Catherine University in 1995, she spent many years in intensive care units and emergency rooms. She served as the trauma coordinator at St. Francis Regional Medical Center in Shakopee, Minnesota.
Lisa Rudquist’s path into healthcare began at Minnesota State University in Mankato, Minnesota, where she earned a BSN in 1998. She earned a masters degree in leadership studies from Augsburg college in 2005. Her experience is in neonatal care, and in the healthcare industry, researching and analyzing clinical studies to benefit patients.
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