Say Goodbye To Head Lice With Licealiz | Kilusang Kontra Kuto Year 3

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Have you read my post about head lice 2 years ago?
You should check out what we did the last time because it’s Head Lice Awareness Month again and we really need to completely eradicate the constant itching and embarrassment, especially for our kids.
Yes, head lice don't just affect the children. I learned that recently from other moms who had infestations, too. They tried every method to get rid of it, but to no avail.
After months of having a headful of nits, one mom even considered pouring bleach we use on clothes on to her head. On her head! Of course, that’s a no no. You can use hair bleaching, maybe, as coloring the hair will kill any bugs on your head.
The hair dye is sort of mimicking a neuro- toxin, therefore affecting the neurological system of the bugs causing them to die.
So, what about your kids? When you notice that your kid is extra scratchy, you can’t ignore the fact that maybe your kid has brought an army home from school .
Head lice is not just like a common cold that would go away. No, it won’t go away on their own. When one of them has lice, expect that everyone in your house will end up scratching their heads in a few days' time.
As pediculosis or head lice infestation is still a widespread condition in the country, Lamoiyan Corporation’s Licealiz Head Lice Treatment Shampoo continues the battle against the public concern as it launches Kilusang Kontra Kuto (KKK) year 3.

According to a study conducted by the Department of Education (DepEd) and the University of the Philippines, it is considered as the second most common health problem in public schools in the Philippines next to tooth decay. But not enough attention goes into preventing and eliminating the persistent ailment.

Lamoiyan Corporation’s Head Lice Treatment Shampoo initiated in 2016 the KKK or Kilusang Kontra Kuto that has been battling head lice infestation nationwide.

One of the biggest hindrances to the elimination of head lice are the myths surrounding it. For instance, it is commonly believed that kuto is caused by bad hygiene and that only girls can be infested with head lice. Treatment is also done through unconventional and potentially harmful methods such as putting mayonnaise or kerosene on the infested person’s head. These are just some of the false information ingrained in Philippine society that Licealiz continues to dispute. Head lice may be rampant, but it can be treated with the correct information and proper methods like using shampoo specifically for the treatment and prevention of head lice such as Licealiz Head Lice Treatment Shampoo.

Why choose Licealiz

  • LiceAliz provides an effective and safe solution for removing lice and nits (lice eggs) from children’s hair and scalp. 

  • LiceAliz is a head lice treatment shampoo made of natural ingredients with Pyrethrin as its active ingredient. It is made from extracts of Chrysanthemum flowers. Pyrethrin is proven effective in removing head lice and their eggs; it is safe to use for adults and children as young as two years of age. 

  • LiceAliz is very easy and convenient to use because it is applied just like regular shampoo. Even better, it contains a conditioner that keeps hair soft, healthy, and manageable. For the first two weeks of use, it must be applied twice a week. After that, it is applied only once a week to keep head lice from coming back. For best results, it must be left on the hair for ten minutes before rinsing. 

  •  LiceAliz also has a variant with menthol for a cool, refreshing feeling on the scalp. LiceAliz is available in drugstores and department stores nationwide.

Licealiz Regular 60mL bottle - Only P71.75 for the 60mL bottle
Licealiz Soothing Coolness 60mL bottle
Licealiz Regular 10mL sachet - Only P12.00 for the 10 mL sachet
Licealiz Soothing Coolness 10mL sachet

These are Available at all leading drugstores and supermarkets.

Licealiz Kilusang Kontra Kuto, which is now on its third year, was launched as a part of Licealiz’s mission to create a kuto-free Philippines. This year they want to make its impact bigger and its reach wider in order to eliminate kuto by spreading awareness about it, one community at a time.

For more information on lice prevention , visit Licealiz page

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