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A message from MDC: We would love to hear from our MDC parents on their experience with Quit Nits. MDC will reimburse up to 5 MDC members who purchase & review Quit Nits on MDC. Further details are posted below by our Account Coordinator, Chris Elias28. Thank you for reading.

 

 

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A Safe Way to Eliminate Head Lice

 

No parent wants to discover that their child’s hair is crawling with head lice, yet this parasitic invasion is a fact of life for millions of Americans each year.  Head lice have been found on the hair and scalps of people worldwide, evidenced as far back as Egyptian mummies. A wide variety of treatments have been used to eliminate them – from rigorous combing, to smothering them with olive oil, peanut butter or petroleum jelly, to chemical treatments containing pesticides that can cause severe side effects. Spread by direct contact with the head or hair of someone already infested, head lice can also be transferred by sharing personal items such as brushes, hats and even linens.

 

As the school year begins, there is no need to panic and reach for harsh, toxic chemicals to kill lice and their eggs.  Choosing a natural solution is important for the health of your family.  Since protecting your children is your number one priority, you don’t need to sacrifice on that commitment to kill head lice.  A treatment made with natural active ingredients will work very effectively and without the risk of exposing your children or yourself to pesticides.

 

The Quit Nits treatment is an effective, natural formula. Its special formulation kills bugs and eggs by exposing them to plant-based, homeopathic ingredients. Quit Nits was created by mother-of-three, Leanne *******, whose non-toxic formula has revolutionized the treatment of head lice from Australia to Europe, and is now available throughout the U.S.

 

The Quit Nits treatment involves just two simple steps: (1) apply the treatment cream to dry hair, and leave it on, covered with the included cap for four hours, and (2) wash the treatment cream out. No further combing is required to remove live lice, although a comb is included in the kit to help remove dead lice and nits. 

 

“What makes Quit Nits Kit and Spray so unique is its homeopathic formulation of natural ingredients. The plant-based ingredients in the product - Quassia Amara, Eucalyptus Globulus, Staphysagria & Sabadilla - have a long history of use against lice,” said John Found, Technical Director for Quit Nits. “When parents face a challenge like head lice, having Quit Nits on hand in the medicine cabinet is a fast, effective and worry-free way to treat the problem,” Found noted.

 

The chemical pesticide free formula is also safe for the environment since it will not pollute waterways when it is washed down the drain.  Quit Nits products are better for children, better for you and better for the environment....and they work! 

 

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how does it kill bugs without being a pesticide?  Perhaps a dictionary might be of some use here?


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Really?  REALLY???

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If there are any mamas out there who have used this product and found it to be effective, please let us know!  Thank you!


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I used it on myself and on my 2 year old son last year.  A niece came back from summer camp and infested the rest of us. 

 

Quit Nits worked for us.  One day we had lice, they next day they were gone.  You're supposed to leave product in the hair or at least 4 hours - or better yet overnight if you're able to - and then wash off.  The downside is that, for an active 2 year old, 4 hours with a shower cap on (to keep hair moist) feels like forever.  But, I'd rather go through that discomfort than expose a young child to toxic pesticides, which have a 50-50 chance of working the first time out since bugs these days are resistant to common pesticides.

 

Hope this helps!

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To clarify, the active ingredients in Quit Nits are natural botanical ingredients - not the synthetic or chemical pesticides found in leading head lice treatments. 

 

The active ingredients in Quit Nits, including Quassia Amara, a plant, have been shown to kill lice and their eggs in both lab tests and clinical studies.


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So what makes Quit Nits homeopathic?  Isn't the idea behind homeopathy that you treat a condition by using a substance that produces the same symptoms as the condition?  I don't see how this product fits in with that idea.

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So what makes Quit Nits homeopathic?  Isn't the idea behind homeopathy that you treat a condition by using a substance that produces the same symptoms as the condition?  I don't see how this product fits in with that idea.



Yeah...homeopathic is not necessarily the same thing as "natural" or "herbal." Homeopathic means that in order to curb wheezing, you give a substance that causes wheezing.

 

 

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Still waiting to hear from a mom who has used this product and says it works (no offense, but the VP of marketing for the product may not be the most objective reference, though it may well have worked for her...).


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Hi Mothering Members!

 

I am a Mothering employee. I work with our Sponsors that support our community.  I just wanted to clarify that this product's ingredients are botanical ingredients. Hyland's is a maker of homeopathic remedies, but this is not a homeopathic remedy. 

 

We are interested in getting your feedback, though!  It would be great to have the Mothering Community weigh in on their experience with Hyland's Quit Nits. 

 

Reimbursement on Quit Nits For Reviews:

  • MotheringDotCommunity will reimburse the first 5 MDC members to post interest in this product and provide proof of purchase, in exchange for a review on Quit Nits. 
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  • If you are interested in trying this botanical product please post it in this thread.  I will contact you via PM to confirm.

 

Please feel free to use this coupon from Hyland's to make your purchase.  We look forward to hearing from our members!

 

If you have any questions, please feel free to message me via PM.

 

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This page makes it sound like they are calling this a homeopathic product.


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And the message from Hyland's right in this thread says:
 

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Its special formulation kills bugs and eggs by exposing them to plant-based, homeopathic ingredients.

 

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What makes Quit Nits Kit and Spray so unique is its homeopathic formulation of natural ingredients.

 

 

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I would like to thank MDC/Chris Elias 28 for their great reimbursement/recommendation offer.  What a super idea!  Thank you!

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i am very interested in this product. i am not sure it is sold newar me. i will have to look for it.

 

DSD's sister comes to visit us sometimes and she has had lice for a year! every time she comes over we get it again. they have tried all the different products on her including the pill they can give. every time she gives it to us it takes us 3 weeks to get rid of it. and the only thing that works is to pick them out by hand. going throught the hair one thin row at a time removing every egg, every adult bug, and every baby bug, which takes hours every day. and then they cant do anything, go anywhere, or play with anybody for fear of spreading them. i will be buying this product to try for ourselves and i will GIVE this to my dsd's sister's family as well. i hope it works. i also heard that the really cheap hair gel from dollar general effectively kills them as well if you use it every yda for 2 weeks.


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All I can say is that the best solution is to find a treatment that works for you and Comb Comb Comb to get it out. My son got it at camp last year and we went to one of those natural places that does the combing for you. basically nothing is perfect, but with combing  you can ensure it is gone (that is what they told me). In my area they sell this at Whole foods and I have it in my cabinet, but luckily have not had to use it. I do use the Hylands Quit Nits preventative and (fingers crossed) we have been free of the outbreaks at school. I spray my boys daily with it and they have their instructions on not sharing pillows and hats, etc... I would love to hear from people who have used it since I wonder as well about the effectiveness.

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i am very interested in this product. i am not sure it is sold newar me. i will have to look for it.


Hi LionessMom,

 

Hylands has a store locator for stores that carry their products: http://www.hylands.com/locator/

 

Quit Nits is sold at CVS, Lucky, and many other drug stores.  We would love to hear from you.  I'll PM you with details.

 

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Hi LionessMom,

 

Hylands has a store locator for stores that carry their products: http://www.hylands.com/locator/

 

Quit Nits is sold at CVS, Lucky, and many other drug stores.  We would love to hear from you.  I'll PM you with details.

 

Thanks!



 

thanks! i did call my local wal mart and they carry it. i even got printed coupons. it still is more pricey than the reg stuff but if it works as well as everybody says then it will be worth it. i am going tomorrow to get it. tomorrow is pay day. lol.


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Hi LionessMom,

 

Hylands has a store locator for stores that carry their products: http://www.hylands.com/locator/

 

Quit Nits is sold at CVS, Lucky, and many other drug stores.  We would love to hear from you.  I'll PM you with details.

 

Thanks!



Why aren't you and ThaoL addressing the issue of why this HERBAL product is being marketed as HOMEOPATHIC?

 


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Hi Blessedwithboys,

 

I work with our sponsors and I will jump in from time to time to help the community and make clarifications when needed.  I will let Thao know that you would like to hear from her on this product's ingredients and how they work.

 

Thank you for your interest!

 

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Sounds better than using chemicals. Worth a try.


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Hello Serenyd,

 

Thank you for your interest.  I will send you a PM in just a moment with all the details. 

 

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Hylands is distributing the Australian product, Quit Nits, in the US. 

 

The label of Quit Nits calls it a "Scientifically Proven Homeopathic HeadLice Treatment." It is a homeopathic product. And, like most homeopathic remedies, it is plant based. Here is a Fact Sheet  and Product Info on Quit Nits. 

 

I'm responding because Thao is a friend of mine and I wanted to help clear up the misunderstanding about the ingredients. Ingredients are important to me as a mom, too. So many products are not what they appear, but Hyland's is the real deal. They were a loyal advertiser in Mothering Magazine for decades and I trust their products.

 

I haven't used this product myself but know I would have liked to have tried it when I got lice years ago from my friend's children. The only treatment available then was so toxic. This is one of the first things I've seen that's not. When my daughter got lice in her long hair in Hawaii, the only thing they could do was to pick them out with their fingernails. It just makes me itch thinking of it...

 

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So what makes Quit Nits homeopathic?  Isn't the idea behind homeopathy that you treat a condition by using a substance that produces the same symptoms as the condition?  I don't see how this product fits in with that idea.




Thanks for the question.  You are correct: many homeopathic medicines are used according to the principle of similars - that is, like cures like.  The principle of similars says that a substance that might cause a symptom in a healthy person, when given in homeopathic dose to a person exhibiting that same symptom, may relieve that very same condition.  For instance, when cutting a red onion (Allium Cepa) one often experiences runny eyes and runny nose.  That's why Allium Cepa is included in many homeopathic allergy medicines - to relieve the runny eyes and runny nose from allergens.

Boericke's Materia Medica, which is a collection of homeopathic symptoms from homeopathic provings and clinical observations and experience, indicates that homeopathic Staphysagria and Sabadilla are observed to cause symptoms of "burning, tingling, and pricking in forehead and scalp (as from lice)" and "itching eruption above and behind ears".   Following the principle of similars, taking homeopathic doses of Staphysagria and Sabadilla may relieve those symptoms of scalp tingling and itching that are associated with a lice infestation.

As it happens, Staphysagria, Sabadilla, and Quassia Amara are also homeopathic observed treatments from clinical experience for head lice.  What is an observed treatment?

There are a handful of homeopathic medicines that work parallel to the principle of similars - among the most common: Arnica Montana and Calendula Officinalis.  If you eat a ton of Arnica, you will not induce bruising.  If you rub yourself with Calendula, you will not cause burns on your skin.  Over time, these homeopathic ingredients have been observed in clinical experience to relieve specific symptoms.  Homeopathic doses of Quassia Amara (gum tree), Staphysagria, and Sabadilla all work in the same way: they have been observed in clinical experience over many years to be successful in treating head lice.  With Quit Nits, we took these clinical observations into the lab and tested them.  The result is the Quit Nits product.  So, the short answer is Quit Nits is a homeopathic medication based on both the principle of similars and clinical experience.

We hope this answer is helpful to you!


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The label of Quit Nits calls it a "Scientifically Proven Homeopathic HeadLice Treatment." It is a homeopathic product. And, like most homeopathic remedies, it is plant based. Here is a Fact Sheet  and Product Info on Quit Nits. 

 



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Boericke's Materia Medica, which is a collection of homeopathic symptoms from homeopathic provings and clinical observations and experience, indicates that homeopathic Staphysagria and Sabadilla are observed to cause symptoms of "burning, tingling, and pricking in forehead and scalp (as from lice)" and "itching eruption above and behind ears".   Following the principle of similars, taking homeopathic doses of Staphysagria and Sabadilla may relieve those symptoms of scalp tingling and itching that are associated with a lice infestation.
 


But....but....

 

The fact sheet I read says nothing about soothing itching. It talks about killing lice and preventing re-infestation. Isn't that the main purpose of this product? I don't see how that can be done homeopathically. It can certainly be done with herbs, but that doesn't make it homeopathic. This might be a homeopathic remedy for itching, but not for killing lice.

 

Sorry for being so particular, but I really don't think this is accurate advertising.

 

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As Thao says, Quit Nits is a homeopathic remedy for two reasons. One, because its ingredients have been "proved" to mimic the symptoms of the condition (itching), Two, because  homeopathic doses of the ingredients have been observed in clinical experience over many years to be successful in treating head lice.

 

I understand that you're saying the ingredients could not mimic head lice themselves but the remedy is still considered homeopathic because of its tested effectiveness and proving of the individual ingredients.

 

We should do a workshop on homeopathy on the boards. 

 

 

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But....but....

 

The fact sheet I read says nothing about soothing itching. It talks about killing lice and preventing re-infestation. Isn't that the main purpose of this product? I don't see how that can be done homeopathically. It can certainly be done with herbs, but that doesn't make it homeopathic. This might be a homeopathic remedy for itching, but not for killing lice.

 

Sorry for being so particular, but I really don't think this is accurate advertising.

 



Ummm, yeah.  This product may use homeopathy to relieve itching, but how the heck do you use homeopathy to kill bugs?  The product may work perfectly to relieve symptoms but otherwise it's just another case of creative marketing.

 

We don't need a workshop on homeopathy and the way you said that has the potential to come across as insulting.    :)

 

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Hi Everyone,

 

Thank you all for your comments and interest.  We appreciate the sharing of knowledge and the questions that sparked them.  This thread will remain live and our offer to reimburse up to 5 moms for the purchase of Quit Nits in exchange for an honest review still stands. So far, we have two members who have expressed interest.  This thread's time in our homepage is expiring today.  

 

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i was not insulted. i am not sure what the difference is or why calling it homeopathy is a big problem. at this point i dont care either. i bought it. and i am happy so far. it smelled good. my kids said it smelled like lemon cookies. and it made their hair so soft. my hands were real soft too. and their hair started out real dry and damaged from swimming lessons. for that alone i would have paid the money. did it get rid of the lice. i wont know for sure for 2 more days. if i dont see any more bugs for 2 more days then i will call it a success.


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i was not insulted. i am not sure what the difference is or why calling it homeopathy is a big problem. at this point i dont care either. i bought it. and i am happy so far. it smelled good. my kids said it smelled like lemon cookies. and it made their hair so soft. my hands were real soft too. and their hair started out real dry and damaged from swimming lessons. for that alone i would have paid the money. did it get rid of the lice. i wont know for sure for 2 more days. if i dont see any more bugs for 2 more days then i will call it a success.



I suppose if you read the thread, you might understand what the difference is. Calling it homeopathy is a misuse of the term, and some people care about that.

 

 

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