So Cozy: Boo! Lice Scaring Shampoo, Conditioner & Spray
8 fl oz each; Made in the USA
Purpose: "To Scare Away Lice, Naturally." The Boo! Lice Scaring System uses a special blend of natural ingredients that keep lice away.
To Use: Shampoo: To help prevent lice, massage into wet hair and rinse. No need to repeat. Follow with step 2, boo! Conditioner. Use it daily! Conditioner: To help prevent lice, after using Boo! Shampoo, massage a dollop of Boo! Conditioner through hair and scalp. Wait 30 seconds. Rinse. Follow with Boo! Spray for best results. Spray: To help prevent lice, generously spritz onto wet or dry hair daily. Apply more around nape of neck and behind ears—the spots lice like most. For best results, use with Boo! Lice Prevention Shampoo.
- Tea Tree Oil - One of the most effective natural ingredients demonstrated to prevent lice naturally.
- Rosemary Extract - A natural plant extract that helps with preventing lice; rich in vitamins to promote healthy hair and natural shine
- Keratin – Protects hair, helps to increase hair strength and minimize damages caused by brushing and overuse of accessories like barrettes and elastic bands.
- Peppermint Oil - Moisturizing and works as an astringent to prevent buildup plus aids in hair growth.
- Jojoba Esters - Nourishes hair and promotes growth. Adds softness and shine, improves elasticity of hair.
- Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract - Moisturizes and soothe hair, scalp and body.
- Lavender Flower Extract - Calms and soothes skin.
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