Review & Giveaway: Hedrin Protect & Go

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Any parent of school aged children will be filled with dread each and every time their child as much as scratches their head. I am dreading the day one of my kids come home with head lice, but there are ways you can help to prevent infestations. Hedrin sell a range of products for both treatment and protection. They have sent me some of their Protect & Go Spray and would like to give one away to one of our readers too.

Hedrin Protect & Go is a spray which, when applied twice a week, protects children from lice by breaking the life cycle and killing any lice which may come into contact before an infestation can be established. The conditioning spray has an orange and mango scent, it is easy to apply by simply spraying into towel dried or dry hair and combed through and it then dries naturally. It is ideal for peak times when the risk of infection is increased like the beginning of a new school term, children's parties and sleepovers!

It is so easy for young children to share lice as they are at the age where they have a lot of physical contact with friends. I have to say there has only been one outbreak in Gracie's class since she started school almost 2 years ago, I am sure it was much more common when I was a child and there were less people using preventive products.

I will be using this twice a week whilst Gracie is at school and fingers crossed her hair will remain lice free! Of course I can't tell you whether it works yet or not but I can confirm that it is easy to use and doesn't leave hair feeling greasy which is a win!

Priced from £4.29 for 120ml, Hedrin Protect & Go is available from Boots, pharmacies and leading retailers nationwide. It is skin friendly and contains no known asthma triggers.


 For your chance to win a bottle of Hedrin Protect & Go, simply follow the instructions on the Rafflecopter form below.
Good Luck!

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Open to UK only. The competition will end 12/09/2016 at 12am. All entrants must complete the mandatory entry on the rafflecopter form. Those who don't will have all entries removed. All winning entries will be verified to ensure the entry has been completed correctly. The blog owner will choose the winner through the rafflecopter form (which uses random.org) The winner will be notified by email and displayed on the widget. One winner will receive one bottle of Hedrin Protect & Go spray. No alternative prize will be offered.  Allow up to 28 days for delivery.

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21 comments

  1. we use the vosene shampoo that helps prevent them :)

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  2. Keep long hair tied up and make regular checks.

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  3. I have 4 children and for years have battled with headlice, Hedrin is one of the best products on the market in my mind but as you can imagine quite costly when dealing with so many heads so when I've been short on the pennies I comb through their hair daily with a nit comb and use a tea tree shampoo and conditioner to try and keep them at bay .x

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  4. I always make sure my daughter has her hair tied back, and I check her hair every other night. Cheryl Hadfield

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  5. Keep girls' hair tied back as much as possible.

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  6. Conditioning and combing regularly x

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  7. Comb through with conditioner once a week xx

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  8. You can only check regularly and treat straight away if you see them

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  9. Comb through every day to check

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  10. use a product that repels them.

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  11. You just need to do regular checks.

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  12. I go through my daughters hair with a comb every time it is washed

    CLARE MUNDEN

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  13. There are a lot of preventative kits out there to minimize the risk of lice.

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  14. Regular use of nitcomb with condtioner

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  15. A dab of tea tree oil behind each ear

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  16. Long hair tied back, comb through conditioner each time wash hair and use tea tree oil drops

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  17. Wear long hair tied back in a bun or French plaits to minimise contact
    Kelly Ellen Hirst

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