With the new school year approaching, if you're faced with an ever growing to do list the last thing you need is the worry of head lice!

That's why our Squeaky Clean products are here to help. Not only do they leave little ones' hair shiny and healthy-looking, our 3in1 Shampoo and Conditioning Defence Spray also help to prevent head lice.

That's one thing you can tick off your list!

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Sound familiar?

Whether it's midway through the summer holidays or the first day back at school, sometimes things just don't quite go to plan and all you want is that litte victory. How many of these moments can you relate to?

You Asked, We Answered

You asked, we answered. If you've got a question about anything related
to preventing head lice, just ask us via

Jazz asked:

Do you need two head lice to have baby head lice?

Hello Jazz,

Yes, a male and female mate and then within one day the female will lay her eggs!

Citronella x

Jazz asked:

How often do I need to check my childrens' hair for head lice?

Hello Jazz,

We would recommend checking childrens' hairline after every wash, and then doing detection combing every week if possible!

Citronella x

Amy asked:

Is it true that spraying hair with hairspray stops them from getting head lice?

Hello Amy,

Unfortunately standard hairspray does not contain any ingredients that are natural head lice repellents. We would therefore recommend using our Squeaky Clean 3in1 Shampoo and Conditioning Defence Spray, which both help to prevent head lice.

Citronella x

Stephen asked:

How do some children get head lice and some don't? I have four kids and my first two had them but my other two never.

Hello Stephen,

<p>Unfortunately there is no simple answer as there are so many variables such as environment and age. Our research shows that 63% of primary school children have had head lice, so not every single child is affected.</p>

Teatree x

Louise asked:

Can head lice jump?

Hello Louise,

It may come as a surprise that head lice can't jump! They can only spread by crawling during head to head contact.

Teatree x

Carlene asked:

Should I get in a routine now checking everyday? Or is once a week enough?

Hello Carlene,

We suggest visually checking the hair line after every wash and detection combing once a week, unless there's an outbreak in which case it will need to be more frequent.

Citronella x

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