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    Try a little eucalyptus or tea tree oil with alot of baby oil. Or olive oil... coconut oil... use a decent amount so the hair is saturated

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    I have used many products from the chemist and the best one by far is called Full Marks solution and it has worked the best so I can highly recommend it.

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    I use gel on my ds 5 year old boys hair every school day. Lice hate it and can't get a good grip. They get washed out every night. He used to get them every other week.

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    dont get me started on this one... we tried just about every product out there... now we just do ! conditioner thing. for the spray, how much of each oil do u use with how much water? pity you cant buy a natural spray already made up for ppl like myself who would find it difficult to make.

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    Quit nits actually do have the daily defence spray, made up with the oils & water I just found it too expensive to buy all the time. I use about 10 drops of each oil in a spray bottle

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    I read an article about coconut oil being a great head lice treatment?? Apparently also works for fleas!

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