Mom in Training: CLOSED: LiceLogic Products Giveaway 6-8

May 25, 2011

CLOSED: LiceLogic Products Giveaway 6-8


About LiceLogic
Logic Product Group was conceived by two New York City parents in their effort to keep the planet a safer place for their children. Logic Product Group harnesses the power of plant-based enzymes to create LiceLogic clean, green, biodegradable, non-toxic products built to prevent, protect and treat lice.

LiceLogic Prevention Products use essential oils to repel lice on contact. LiceLogic Treatment Products use an effective plant-based enzyme that will immediately penetrate and destroy lice from the outside-in, while eroding stubborn nits and their glue. LiceLogic products are pesticide-free, are bio-degradable, hypo-allergenic and not tested on animals. LiceLogic products are formulated and bottled in an FDA-approved laboratory in the United States. LiceLogic products are safe for preventative daily use and come in refreshing rosemary, lavender, lemongrass, and peppermint.

LiceLogic Daily Lice Prevention Shampoo-8oz.
Our effective, safe, gentle conditioning shampoo is proven to help repel and eliminate head lice from the hair. Our shampoo incorporates our own essential oil blend in conjunction with a powerful blend of botanicals which will leave hair feeling conditioned, soft and freshly scented with each use.
Safe for daily use on children over the age of two. Recommended to be used in conjunction with licelogic’s Daily Prevention Conditioner as part of your daily lice fighting regimen.
Available in Rosemary, Lavender, or Lemongrass. Price: $18.00

LiceLogic Daily Lice Repellent Spray-4oz.
Our safe, gentle & effective leave in conditioning spray uses natural, organic, aroma-therapeutic essential oils to help repel lice. LiceLogic has formulated this must-have spray to be used daily to help protect all members of your household from head lice, especially children attending school or camp.
Available in Rosemary, Lemongrass, or Lavender scent Price: $16.00


My Take:
I'm really hoping this stuff is as good as they say.  My daughter brought home head lice about a year ago and it took so long washing and combing her hair and mine (yes she was kind enough to share with mommy). I've used it a few times since receiving it just to see how well it washes. I am pleased to say it lathers nicely and gives her hair a nice fresh scent.  We got the lemongrass and it really smells nice. I plan to be using it a lot this fall for sure when school starts, I don't want to ever have to deal with head lice again.  It took two shampoos to get them all killed and out last time. I love the scent that these products come in.  I like that it's not a chemical smell or something nasty.  Plus it's in a very nice bottle, not something with a big bug on it or something so it looks good sitting in the shower. Hopefully we'll never need them but LiceLogic products come in a variety of scents and cover everything from prevention to treatment.

Giveaway CLOSED - Congratulations to the winner you have been notified via email and have 48 hours to reply or a new winner will be chosen.

Win it: One lucky reader will win a bottle of Lice Repellent Spray in Lemongrass. This giveaway will end June 8th at 10 PM EST. The winner will have 48 hours to respond to my email. If no response, a new winner will be chosen. Open to residents of the US.

Mandatory Entry: (Mandatory entry must be completed first or bonus entries don't count.)  *Tell me one fact/tidbit of information that you find interesting found on their detection & prevention page here.

Here are the Links you will need for Bonus Entries (1 entry each):
• Follow me on GFC
• Follow me via Twitter
• "Like" me on Facebook
• Follow me on Networked Blogs
• Add this to a Giveaway Linky 
• Follow Logic Product Group on Twitter
• Follow Logic Product Group on Facebook

• Tweet this giveaway (may be done once per day - please leave a comment with your tweet status) Win a bottle of Lice Repellent Spray in Lemongrass http://bit.ly/mNLNN9 (Ends 6-8) #Giveaways #win @smtilton

• Share a link to this giveaway on your Facebook page (may be done once per day - please leave a comment with your Facebook link)  

Disclosure:  Thanks to PR Firm/sponsor I was provided with this product(s) for the purpose of my personal review. This blog post is not a paid post and the honest opinions stated are my own. This giveaway is in no way associated with Facebook, entry via Facebook like is completely optional.

72 comments:

  1. Sign of infestation:
    Black dried dots that look like grains of sand coming from the scalp.

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  4. I thought this was an interesting fact: "Do not treat lice with over the counter pesticide based shampoos commonly found in pharmacies".
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  5. many scientists believe that regular over the counter shampoos actually make the problem worse as they fortify the lice and cement the nit glue onto the hair further
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  10. i learned one sign of infestation is black dried dots that look like grains of sand coming from the scalp

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  11. AnonymousMay 29, 2011

    Well #2, don't hang your coat next to others who may have lice, makes sense but is hard in elementary school when they're all together and you don't know they have lice until later! But I love that this product is natural and can be used preventively.. Thanks! belauvibes (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  12. Paula M.May 29, 2011

    Head lice have built up a resistance to over the counter pesticide based shampoos over the decades and are no longer effective.
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  13. Paula M.May 29, 2011

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  17. Paula M.May 29, 2011

    I follow Logic Product Group on Twitter.
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  19. “Avoid hanging your coat next to somebody who has lice and do not let your personal possessions touch theirs.” (emscout9 at Hotmail dot com)

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  20. 1. Followed you on GFC (Pauline T…pls use this email address to contact me- emscout9 at Hotmail dot com)

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  24. 5. Follow Logic Product Group. on Facebook (Paul T…….emscout9 at Hotmail dot com)

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  25. 6. Tweeted this giveaway @emscout9 (emscout9 at Hotmail dot com): https://twitter.com/#!/emscout9/status/75093813516963840

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  26. I learned that you need to treat lice immediately!
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  31. The eggs are oval in shape and a magnifying glass would help.'
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  32. I learned that the eggs are usually oval in shape and can appear in color anywhere from white, to off-white, yellow, brown or reddish. Thanks for the giveaway!
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  41. don't use OTC pesticides for lice


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  42. Avoid hanging your coat next to somebody who has lice and do not let your personal possessions touch theirs.

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  43. Do not share hairbrushes, combs, hair accessories, hats, or scarves with other people, including siblings.

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  48. I learned that the lice were the size of sesame seed or smaller. I always thought they were a larger blsck bug but I guess not.

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  53. AnonymousJune 08, 2011

    Didn't know that lice had built up immunity to many over the counter products. yuck. hanovertomato at yahoo dot com

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  54. i learned one of the signs is A small dead bug on sheets or bedding the size of a sesame seed or smaller.
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  55. I learned that a sign of lice is-Tiny red or reddish brown dots on the pillow case. contestd(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  59. lice must be treated for 7-10 days at the bare minimum
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  65. I learned that head lice have built p a resistance to over the counter pesticide based shampoos over the decades. This is very nice to know. Thanks for a wonderful giveaway.

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  71. Sign of infestation: Black dried dots that look like grains of sand coming from the scalp. soklad82@hotmail.com

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