Lyclear Headlouse Treatment £1 @ Poundland
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Lyclear Headlouse Treatment £1 @ Poundland

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Found 2nd Aug 2010
Lyclear Headlouse Treatment £1 @ Poundland

Around £10 elsewhere

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does it work for crabs too oO

don_in_ed

does it work for crabs too oO



If they've got head lice then I'm sure it will help clear them. http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn219/jumpingphil/giggle1.gif

don_in_ed

does it work for crabs too oO




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Unfortunately found this out from experience - take your kids along to a local prescribing pharmacist register the child with them ask them to prescribe lyclear or similar - as anyone under 16 gets free prescriptions no problems.

If you are over 16 and get head lice get to poundland.
Edited by: "jimmyblue" 2nd Aug 2010

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jimmyblue

Unfortunately found this out from experience - take your kids along to a … Unfortunately found this out from experience - take your kids along to a local prescribing pharmacist register the child with them ask them to prescribe lyclear or similar - as anyone under 16 gets free prescriptions no problems.If your over 16 and get head lice get to poundland.



thanks for the tip

You should post that on its own for info - worth knowing because if this isn't in your poundland or you aren't near one - its a dear do !

I have ticked - like - on your post - thanks

Doesn't work, i've tried this several times on my kids and it really is just a waste of time. Hedrin works but you have to completely soak the hair/scalp/neck/behind ears with it and still even then the eggs aren't killed so still have to repeat for reinfestation when those eggs hatch.
Hedrin they won't give on prescription, lyclear is crap and cheap so they do.
They do however in some places give free nitty gritty combs which are those long pronged things. That with so much combing and any conditioner is the only way i've been able to keep my kids with no lice.
Pain to do their hair but otherwise they just get them again!
So we do wet combing with asda smart price conditioner.
Not voting hot or cold :-)

Nitty gritty comb is defiantly the best way. However before discovering it, lyclear has worked to clear my daughters hair. Just need to use it 3 or 4 times.

lucerysmum

thanks for the tip ;)You should post that on its own for info - worth … thanks for the tip ;)You should post that on its own for info - worth knowing because if this isn't in your poundland or you aren't near one - its a dear do !I have ticked - like - on your post - thanks



Thanks for the vote - but should thank nice lady in Boots who after we'd filled in a quick form to register sent us away with a nitty gritty comb and a large bottle of Hedrin both on prescription would have cost around £25 quid otherwise.
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