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    Quote Originally Posted by Silverspoon View Post
    Do you spray the hair with the orange juice and leave it in or is it drank (sorry dumb question)?

    Thanks for the teatree/lavendar ratio
    Pour through and wash their hair with (pulp free) OJ to get rid of existing nits, comb through, repeat and then rinse with clear water.

    Sounds icky, it def works and is cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ana Gram View Post
    We've not had nits yet *knocks on wood* and DD is 8. We use tea tree oil shampoo. But DD also gets eczema on her scalp and apparently the little buggers don't like it, so that would be about the ONLY good thing about eczema
    Might try this- where can I get some?


 

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