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Lousey Nitpickers Launched its Botanical Home Care System

January 10, 2007

Lousey Nitpickers launched its Botanical Home Care System of aftercare products designed for daily use to soothe irritation and help speed healing of irritated, itchy skin and scalp resulting from head lice infestations. Lousey Nitpickers is free from toxic pesticides and irritating essential oils and instead utilizes natural botanical extracts to soothe irritation and rejuvenate damaged hair.

Botanical Tearless shampoo contains soothing botanical extracts of aloe, angelica, chamomile, comfrey and cornflower to refresh hair and scalp and is gentle enough for infants and children. Botanical Nourishing conditioner helps to restore moisture while locking in nutrients and proteins vital to healthy hair and scalp and Botanical Detangling spray is a leave-in protectant that instantly detangles, conditions and restores hair’s healthy body and bounce. More info: www.louseynitpickers.com.
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