Friday, September 23, 2011

Back To School Survival Kit Giveaway 10/9

Now that the kids are Back In School~it seems that parents are busy as ever. The last thing you want to worry about is Head Lice! As the kids are together all the time now so you have to remind them not to share their hairbrushes and combs. Why deal with a head lice infestation when you can avoid it in the first place? 
TechLabs is here to help with this Back To School Survival Kit!

Licefree Everyday Shampoo~to prevent head lice.Shampoo is a homeopathic formula that contains naturally occurring ingredients to create an environment where head lice do not like to live. It is designed to be used in place of your regular shampoo.

StaphAseptic~ First Aid Antiseptic/Pain Reliever to treat minor cuts and wounds. You can apply it to minor cuts, scrapes and abrasions. StaphAseptic can help prevent skin infections and contains Lidocaine for effective pain relief.

Calagel Medicated Anti-Inch Gel~to relieve and protect skin from minor cuts and burns, and other skin irritations. The clear, hydrocortisone-free antihistamine gel dries quickly, leaving an invisible, anti-itch skin protectant shield on your tender skin.

This is a great kit to have on had at all times! As~you never know when you might need them.
~My Giveaway!~
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{Disclosure~I received Back To School Survival Kit to Review free.No monetary compensation has been offered or accepted.The opinions above are my own}


  1. Learned you can not use hydrocortisone ointment and Tecnu at the same time.

  2. Teach children to avoid sharing personal items at school such as hairbrushes, combs, hats, scarves, helmets, pillows, and sleeping bags.
    usa_schroeder at yahoo dot com

  3. to have kids not share personal items

  4. I see that they also have a 10 Hour Repellent and a great outdoor kit, too!

  5. now i know who's got lice spray! nice!

  6. You will not get lice by sitting next to an infested person. Lice do not fly or jump and you can't get them from your pet.
    s8r8l33 at yahoo dot com

  7. I learned that Zinc Acetate is catagorized by the FDA as a skin protectant. "It provides temporary skin protection and relieves minor irritation and itching due to poison ivy, oak, sumac, and insect bites."


  8. I learned that you can use you can use Licefreee Spray on color treated hair.

  9. I learned they have alot of different lice products

  10. I learned that they have a product that removes the oil that you get from poison ivy etc

    amhengst at verizon dot net

  11. i learned lice don't come from pets

  12. You really have a way of words. Great style of delivering the information and I could relate to it. Such a great information for me. Thanks for this. Damiana