Friday, 11 September 2015

Teangi Shampoo and Conditioner Giveaway

I think everyones kids must have gone back to school by now. Mine went back last week and this meant getting into a routine again and that includes checking for head lice. It's a problem that can be avoided with regular checking/treatment. I wrote a review last year for Teangi shampoo and conditioner and it is a product we have continued to use since.

One of Teangi's recent studies revealed that 70% of women will only choose a skincare product for their family with known effective results. 31% of those choosing a product which contains natural ingredients. And then there's the 60% who dread sending kids back to school for fear of coming home with head lice.

Teangi products do an abundance of useful things. Containing tea tree it can not only help treat and repel head lice but their other products such as the witch hazel cream sooth skin irritiation and help heel cuts and burns.

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Nikki Banwell, Brand Manager for Teangi explains:
“We understand that with parent’s busy lifestyles it’s hard to find one product which can tackle a range of problems. The Teangi range contains high quality natural tea tree oil, renowned for its antiseptic and antibacterial benefits, ideal for relieving a range of common skin irritations. Teangi’s Tea Tree and Witch Hazel Cream is a perfect one stop solution for cuts, grazes, minor burns, spots and even nappy rash.
The prospect of head lice throughout the school year is a concern for parents too, especially where there are siblings at home who are likely to also be affected. Establishing an effective routine to guard against infestation is vital. Regular combing is essential and the anti-tangle ingredient in  Teangi Tea Tree Shampoo and Conditionertakes the pain out of the process. The leave in properties of Teangi Tea Tree Conditioner means the tea tree oil can go on working even after application.”


The Teangi Range
  • Teangi Tea Tree and Witch Hazel Cream to treat and soothe irritated skin
  • Teangi Tea Tree Oil 100% pure pharmaceutical grade Tea Tree oil
  • Teangi Tea Tree Shampoo a medicated and PH balanced formula, with natural anti-tangling ingredients to make combing easier. Helps keep the scalp clean and healthy and free from dandruff
  • Teangi Tea Tree Conditioner a nourishing leave-in treatment to keep hair perfectly hydrated moisturised and shiny

Now Teangi have been kind enough to allow me to give away 10 sets of there amazing shampoo and conditioner. All you have to do to have a chance of winning is fill out the rafflecopter form below. The giveaway is open to UK residents only and will close at 11.59pm on the 1st October 2015.

Good luck everyone.

80 comments:

  1. I've never had to try but i have heard tea tree oil is great!

    Ashleigh

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  2. Touch wood we haven't had to deal with them yet but my son starts nursery school Monday so im sure its just a matter of time. These sound great and I love the smell of tea tree oil )

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  3. I have alway used Hedrin on my kids.

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  4. Tar trea conditioner I've always used xx

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  5. tea tree oil shampoo and conditioner and detangling spray

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  6. I always used to use Vamousse on my daughter's hair! :)

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  7. comb and conditioner to check and keep them away.

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  8. Fortunately we've never had them but I've heard tea tree oil prevents them.I carry a bottle of Australian tea tree oil around with me because it's good ar keeping insects away if you put a few drops on yourself so it must be good at repelling everything!

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  9. i use nitty gritty really great product

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  10. tea tree oil is supposed to be good

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  11. I used mouthwash once and it worked. But usually just loads of conditioner and a nitty gritty comb (amazing)

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  12. regular checking with a good comb

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  13. comb through every night so you can spot the little blighters early.

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  14. I use tree tea shampoo and conditioner

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  15. I use Hedrin Once and comb conditioner through

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  16. Comb right through repeatedly with conditioner and wash with tea tree shampoo daily. no need for chemicals. repeat for two weeks. it works

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  17. I use vosene kids and my daughter has never had headlice.

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  18. wer coming wiht a nit comb everyday

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  19. Tea tree and hair up at school.

    @rachiegr

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  20. After washing the hair, put in conditioner, comb through with a regular comb, followed by a nit comb. Rinse off conditioner. Repeat every other day until the buggers have gone!! Don't forget to keep on top of the checking, you don't want them coming back do you?!

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  21. Wash every night and use conditioner, and check every night, and keep going over until nothing is coming out, do this for 2 weeks, works a treat

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  22. Im a firm believer that the only thing that truely works is a comb conditioner and hard work

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  23. Add some vinegar to the last rinse when washing their hair

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  24. vosene repellent shampoo, tea tree and mint conditioner and vosene leave in spray with regular combing

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  25. Nit comb every evening and keep hair up x

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  26. Tea tree conditioner and regular checking

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  27. Conditioner and a nit comb

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  28. Tea tree conditioner and a good comb through with a nit comb once a week.

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  29. Comb hair through with conditioner every week xx

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  30. seperate the hair and comb through with mayonnaise!

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  31. I used whatever the pharmacist recommended at the time.

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  32. I don't have any children but would love to win this prize to donate to charity, to go to Romania.

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  33. hedrin, and also cheap conditioner and a nit comb they just slide out!

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  34. combing and conditioning every day x and vinegar to remove egs x

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  35. Comb lots of conditioner through hair

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  36. I've always used Hedrin Once when we've needed to, but I always check once a week with a nit comb too

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  37. Hedrin preventative spray seems to work at the moment!

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  38. I've never suffered lice, I've heard tea tree is good though.

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  39. We use Vosene detangler and head lice deterrent, it seems to have worked so far

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  40. check regularly with a fine tooth comb!

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  41. Check regularly
    carole n

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  42. We use vosene and regular checking

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  43. i check every week after the boys were riddled with them, despite having short hair

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  44. Tea Tree!! Is something my mum has always advised.

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  45. A nit comb and tea tree shampoo

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  46. I have got an electric nit comb for my girls

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  47. When I was a child, my mum would buy a big bottle of Value Conditioner, coat my hair and comb through with a nit comb until nothing else came out, then repeat every day for about 2-3 weeks. Cheap, effective, doesn't rely on chemicals and I had lovely soft, shiny hair.

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  48. I use tree tea oil

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  49. Not had them, luckily! However my Mum used to use Esoderm and a steel comb when I was little, it used to really hurt!

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  50. hedrin once and comb every other day

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  51. Tea tree oil and straighteners once a week

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  52. Thankfully she's never had them yet but I check her hair daily!

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  53. Nit comb and daily check.

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  54. we use tea tree shampoo regularly which seems to have prevented my son getting head lice.

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  55. No idea, luckily haven't come across head lice yet but as my little girl is only 4 there is still plenty of time!

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  56. Having some older children as well I've found that when they start using a blowdryer, the stop getting lice. Same applies for straightening irons, etc. but you wouldn't use these on a little ones hair.

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  57. We have been lucky so far with our children but I am vigilant about checking their hair. I also use tea tree leave in conditioner which is supposed to help prevent them.

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  58. Oh they hate the tea tree oil and mint. :-)

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  59. Maria Jane Knight1 October 2015 at 11:10

    Tea Tree oil shampoo and a nitty gritty comb.

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  60. I use Tea Tree products on their hair and it seems to work - touch wood!

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  61. hedrin spray to deter them and regular checking, not had any for a while so must be working :)

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  62. Tea Tree Conditioner and a nit comb

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