26 August 2013

Hedrin Protect & Go *Review and Giveaway*

When the kids return to school there may be a time when they return home with something you don't want... unwanted nasties in their hair. Although there are treatments to get rid of head lice, prevention is better than cure and that is what Hedrin offers with Protect & Go.



The easy to apply spray helps to protect children's hair when applied twice or more a week and has a lovey scent of orange and mango - it doesn't smell of chemicals. It's ideal for this time of year when children will be in close contact with other little ones but also great for sleepovers and parties too when heads may touch and infestations establish.

We tested the spray on Minxy's hair (Jamster doesn't really have very much) and I was instantly impressed that the spray has a safety lock to prevent children using it when unaided in the bathroom. Once sprayed onto her damp hair I combed it through for even coverage and allowed it to dry naturally. It left her hair looking healthy without being greasy. As the product contains an organic compound that is kind to hair it will probably become part of the Mini Mes hair washing regime and I would also recommend it to other parents too. 



It's very good value at just £4.29 for 120ml which should last quite some time and is available from pharmacies, Boots and other retailers nationwide.


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*We received Hedrin Protect & Go for the purpose of this review and giveaway. The opinions given are honest and our own*

90 comments :

  1. I follow your blog via GFC as HayleyT

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  3. my tips are to talk lots about the day and make it sound as fun as possible

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  4. Label everything clearly

    Lynsey Buchanna

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  5. buy name labels for everything

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  6. following through gfc Jane McColl

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  8. Let them see from you that they have nothing to worry about and make everything as easy as possible for them to open/do up.

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  9. Let a child have a little tissue with your usual perfume on it then when they feel homesick and missing you a little sniff reminds them of home

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  10. I follow via GFC,Bloglovin and networked blogs.

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  11. Make sure you label everything!

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  12. Follow by email and bloglovin.

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  13. keep yourself busy in the day so you dont worry too much

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  14. i dont have any tips as my son will be starting school in 2 weeks time, so far i have tried to make it fun and have gotten books about starting school from the library :)

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  15. Label EVERYTHING! Dont buy expensive bags, coats or shoes as they may go missing.

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  16. label everything! @MummyFever

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  17. plan plan and start early too! Keep calm :)

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  18. Not to worry too much as they'll be having a great time!! (frances hopkins)

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  19. relax! don't worry too much, because whilst you're at home fretting, they are having the best time ever! :-)

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  20. Prepare them by telling them it will be fun and making it sound like an adventure x

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  21. Label all uniforms/bags/coats,things go missing so easily

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  23. Following your blog via GFC(Manda Louise),Bloglovin(Amandalouisemilton78) and Networked blogs(Amanda Louise Milton)

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  24. make sure you write your childs name on everything!! its amazing how many jumpers etc get lost if you dont

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  26. To talk it all through so they don't get nervous and tell them to enjoy themselves and make lots of new friends

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  28. try not to get emotional it rubs off on the kids

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  29. Name on everything from shoes to hats

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  30. try not to make a big thing out of it. most kids these days seem to look forward to starting school and making new friends.

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  32. don't panic and don't make a big deal about it

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  33. relax dont be too much of a mother hen

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  34. Label everything as things do go missing. x

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  35. Make sure you label everything!!

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  36. Follow on bloglovin - jo welsh

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  37. enjoy it because they grow up so fast.

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  38. label clothes and make school runs fun

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  39. dont show the child you are upset, tell them about all the good things that they are going to be doing and about all the new friends they are going to make @mandsmanc

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  40. following on networked blogs as mands manc

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  41. Talk about it lots before hand so they know what to expect.

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    introduce them into school slowly through nursery/pre school

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  43. Give them chance to tell you their concerns, it's surprising what they worry about and what they don't

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  44. Make sure they have plenty of water in their lunch box as my son always complained he was thirsty during the day when he was in Reception!
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  45. try and not let them see you are upset that they are starting big school. hold back the tears til you are outside :)

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  46. following on bloglovin (emma lowe) GFC (emma j lowe) and networked blogs (emma j lowe)

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  47. Dont make a big issue out of it and always give them lots of time to talk about their day

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  48. following via bloglovin- donna clinton

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  49. tell them about any older siblings first day of school to make it seem more exciting

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  50. Take them for a tour of the school beforehand. Following on Bloglovin as Kat Glynn

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  51. Be prepared for a shock. There are lice at school!!!

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  54. commented on this review http://www.theminimesandme.com/2012/07/mini-mess-3.html?showComment=1379854078902#c2987074312496170376 @mandsmanc

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  55. Keep girls hair tied up as its so easy to catch lice!

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  56. Following via Bloglovin as Claire Appleton :)

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  57. try not to worry if your child cries. as soon as you leave they will forget and enjoy their day

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  58. Help them to get to know one or two of the other children before they start so that they have someone they know there to play with.

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  59. Make sure they know where the toilets are :)

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  60. be sure to write your childs name on everything

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  61. Enjoy your child is starting a new journey in their life :) Don't panic your child will love it.

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  62. Make sure you get some early nights in- you won't believe how tiring it all is!

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  63. Label everything, be positive & help your child will look forward to it.

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  64. label everything! i even do the socks its amazing how many things they can lose in one week x

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  65. label, and be positive...and practice being able to undo packed lunch containers beforehand!

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