Salerm Cosmetics takes its first step into kid’s hair care with the launch of Kids&Care
Salerm Cosmetics presents Kids&Care, the first cosmetic treatment aimed at children. The range offers two kit for protection and prevention designed to put a stop to unwanted surprises on youngsters heads.
Because we always want the best for them, we’ve designed kits which will turn them into superheroes in their own homes and help them to win the fight against those unwanted visitors who cause so much trouble. Has your child fallen prey to the bloodsucking enemy? If they don’t stop scratching, especially their neck and behind their ears, then now is the time to act against those unwelcome invaders. With these two kits you can detect them, eliminate them and prevent a renewed attack.
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The elimination kit is made up of a lice lotion that acts on live lice and helps to detach nits and a shampoo with essential tea tree oil that prevents unwanted surprises in children’s hair.
The shampoo can be used daily or as frequently as desired. The kit also includes a nit comb to eliminate the eggs or nits. For action to be effective it’s necessary to apply the complete elimination kit (lotion + shampoo) and comb the hair daily. After 7 days evaluate the results and reapply only if the infestation has returned or persists.
PREVENTION AND CONTROL KIT
The second kit is designed for prevention and control. It contains a protective shampoo and triple-action bi-phase spray with 100% natural tea tree oil. It doesn’t contain chemical pesticides and is ideal for prevention and protection from contagion as it can be used every day. The treatment includes a triple-action spray that controls (anti-humidity), detangles (soft hair) and protects (prevents surprises).
This kit also includes a nit comb for detection of possible surprises. Both kits include a superhero cape so the little ones can join the band of superheroes in the fight against undesirable visitors.
WHAT ARE HEAD LICE?
Head lice are tiny insects which live in our hair. Anybody can have them but it’s most common in children between 3 and 10 years of age. They don’t jump or fly as they have no wings. Contagion is produced through direct contact with the hair of an infected person or, although less likely, through contaminated objects.They feed on human blood several times a day and the females lay their eggs, or nits, in the warmest areas (nape of the neck, behind the ears and bangs).
HOW DO I GET RID OF THEM?
The symptom that usually starts alarm bells ringing is itching, especially at the neck and behind the ears. To check for head lice first wet the hair, as water makes it harder for the lice to move around and place a white cloth over the shoulders. If there are lice, the nits will loosen and fall onto the cloth as the hair is combed with the special nit comb.
10 TIPS FOR SUCCESS IN THE FIGHT AGAINST UNWANTED VISITORS
. Check your child’s hair every time you hear of a case at school or in your family.
. Apply the product according to the instructions.
.Use the maintenance treatment all-year-round to keep lice at bay.
.Use the nit comb to go through the hair every day during treatment and if infestation is suspected.
.Don’t forget to remove all the nits.
.Don’t use a hairdryer after applying the product.
.Wash any clothing and objects that may be affected at more than 140ºF (60ºC).
.Separate any other possibly affected items that can’t be washed and vacuum thoroughly.
.Don’t share hats or any accessories that are in contact with hair.
.Wear hair up to prevent contagion.
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