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Hedrin – Giving You the Heads Up on Head Lice
- Published on Wednesday, 22 October 2014 14:08
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If you have the misfortune to find lice, don’t worry or be embarrassed. Head lice are a normal part of childhood – nearly one in 10 primary school children could have head lice at any one time. Most parents know what a hassle it is to treat head lice and just how frustrating it can be when your child comes home scratching their head yet again.
But with ClonMedica’s help parents don’t have to worry about the dreaded lice with their quick and stress free solution to head lice with their Hedrin range which includes:
- Hedrin Treat & Go
- Hedrin Protect & Go
- Hedrin Once
Anyone can get head lice although they are most common amongst children aged 4-11 who spend more time in close contact with friends and siblings. The best known symptom is itching but this is not the best indicator as many people may not itch with lice at all. Leaving lice untreated can lead to a loss of self esteem and confidence and a general feeling of being unwell.
These products are each proven to be highly effective at killing and protecting against head lice, but specially formulated to suit different preferences and lifestyles.
TV3’s Sybil Mulcahy Ambassador for Hedrin said of the new range “It is every parent’s nightmare finding those little eggs in your child’s head. Last year my kids got headlice so I learnt fast. With three kids, two in primary school, I do receive the dreaded notes saying there is a bout of head lice in the school but because I use Hedrin Protect & Go I know my kids aren’t affected which is a huge relief.”
“I still find myself checking my kids heads every week – I think everyone should once a week take a peek to ensure you catch those eggs before they hatch because I am terrified that they would spread to me!”, Sybil continued.
Hedrin Treat and Go promises a fuss free solution that’s great for children that just want to get out and play. A water based treatment which rinses out of hair easily, without any greasy residue and when dry, remains on the child’s hair while they play, go to school or sleep. Requiring just two applications (eight hours or overnight) seven days apart, Hedrin Treat and Go is available in spray and mousse
Hedrin Protect and Go promises protection from head lice that is simple and easy to use. You simply apply after every hair wash (or at least twice a week). It is gentle with a mild detangling formula protects and conditions along with a fruity, orange and mango fragrance that leaves hair smelling fresh. Hedrin is fast with a simple spray on and leave in action whilst clinically proven to give protection when the threat of head lice appears and is designed for regular long term use.
Samantha Doundoulakis, Marketing Manager, ClonMedica said of the products, “Hedrin is an amazing product that time and again has saved parents the stress when it comes to headlice. Both Hedrin Treat and Go and Hedrin Protect and Go have only been on the Irish marketing a year and already are becoming a firm stable in every family home. Hedrin Treat & Go is clinically proven to be highly effective at killing head lice and eggs. Hedrin Protect & Go offers great protection against head lice and should be a must for every home.”
To help further educate parents and teachers on this pesky problem, ClonMedica have developed www.onceaweektakeapeek.ie website full of handy hints and tips and also puts an end to all those myths by stating the facts including the one that only dirty children get head lice the fact is head lice are not fussy they can easily live in a dirty environment or a clean one, so having head lice has nothing to do with personal hygiene
All of the Hedrin range are available nationwide in all good pharmacies with recommended retail prices as follows.
- Hedrin Once Spray Gel 100ml RRP €14.15
- Hedrin Treat & Go Lotion Spray 60 ml RRP €9.69
- Hedrin Treat & Go Mousse 100ml RRP €15.69
- Hedrin Protect & Go Spray 120 ml RRP €5.35
- Hedrin Protect & Go Spray 200ml RRP €7.75
So just remember: Once a Week, Take a Peek!