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Fairytales for Kids of All Ages

By Melissa Meisel, Associate Editor | October 7, 2013

This hair care brand helps fight a common health issue.

 Back to school can bring more than homework or sports games, according to a certain hair care brand on the lips of many moms and dads recently. Fairy Tales ($2.95-2.95-$25.95), a natural collection of lice-repelling and treatment products, is seeing a boom in sales for its shampoos, conditioner, sprays and salves.
 
Recommended by pediatricians, school nurses and parents since 1999, the collection is clinically proven to help prevent head lice with organic herbs and natural plant extracts. This uniquely concentrated sulfate-free formula is loaded with organic rosemary, citronella, tea tree, anise, lavender and geranium oils proven safe, gentle and effective to help repel lice.
 
The routine goes as follows:

  • Wet hair and massage a generous amount of the Rosemary Repel Shampoo into hair and scalp to create lather.
 
  • Rinse thoroughly and follow with Crème Conditioner. For deep conditioning, leave on hair for 3-5minutes.
 
  • Spray Conditioning Spray generously throughout hair from top to bottom every day before school, camp or daycare.
 
  • For an added layer of protection, finalize with Rosemary Repel Hair Spray or Rosemary Repel Styling Gel.
 
Good luck out there! Available at fairytaleshaircare.com, Ulta stores and fine salons nationwide.
 
 
 
 
 
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