Monday, 14 September 2015

Giveaway #506 : Win 1 of 10 Teangi shampoo/conditioner sets- closed - winners Clair Downham, Courtney Kemal, Layla Thomas, Lydia, Jessica Hutton, Tracy Nixon, Maya Russell, Eve Lindsay, Pete Cleasby, Melanie Jane Stirling


The Tea Tree shrub is native to a small region in northern New South Wales, Australia and the oil is recognised as a powerful healing ingredient around the world. It has several well-established properties that provide the basis for its special soothing effects: natural antibacterial, natural antiseptic and insect repellent. That makes it perfect as Mum's secret weapon now that the kids have gone back to school !

The threat of head lice has been revealed as the number one worry for 60% of parents, as they dread sending their kids back to school this September for fear their kids will pick them up. Make sure you’re fully prepared with your secret weapon tea tree when walking back through the school gates this autumn. Teangi have harnessed this ingredient in their Tea Tree Shampoo and Conditioner, which not only contains tea tree oil, but also ingredients which nourish and moisturise hair, that are gentle and perfect for children.

Teangi Tea Tree Shampoo offers a medicated and PH balanced formula, with natural anti-tangling ingredients to make combing easier. It helps keep the scalp clean and healthy and free from dandruff.

Teangi Tea Tree Conditioner is a nourishing leave-in treatment to keep hair perfectly hydrated moisturised and shiny

Tea Tree Shampoo - £3.85
Tea Tree Conditioner - £3.45

Available from www.teangi.co.uk, as well as selected supermarkets and Chemists nationwide.

Teangi have kindly offered to send a shampoo/conditioner set to 10 lucky Madhouse Family Reviews readers. Fill in your entries in the rafflecopter widget below.


UK only. Closing date : 29/9/15

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook, twitter and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after a week, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners. Madhouse Family Reviews cannot be held responsible for any prizes that go astray !

147 comments:

  1. Combing through conditioner regularly and checking

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  2. Conditioner lots of and tea trees the best

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  4. Try and keep hair tied back in a pony tail with a little hairspray on

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  5. I have no secret weapon but am trying out a spray you use in the morning on their hair before they go to school as it is a repellent.

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  6. I don't have a secret weapon, I dread the letter coming home from school about nits!

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  7. Hair ties! Hair tied up - for all!

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  8. Using a specialist comb and checking often

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  9. Has to be the nit comb and conditioner x

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  10. conditioner and a nit comb, but god those things are stubborn.

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  11. regular combing with a nit comb and loads of conditioner

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  12. lots of tea tree oil and tie hair up

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  13. Loads of green tea!

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  14. Use conditioner, especially on very curly hair.

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  15. Ive entered this would be wonderful x

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  16. Tea tree and hair up for school.

    @rachiegr

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  17. Tea tree conditioner and regular checking

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  18. Lots of checking, kids have only been back a week and we have already had a letter warning of lice!!

    KIrsty Fox

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  19. Mine is regular checking even if it is a pain!

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  20. As a child I always had to have my hair cut short to try and prevent the dreaded nits, I couldn't wait to turn 16 so that I could grow it!

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  21. I try and make bath time fun

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  22. a pony tail with vaseline over the top.

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  23. Same as most - checking regularly

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  24. Don't put your head by anyone elses

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  25. I don't have a secret weapon and as my daughter has rapunzel style hair that she doesn't want cut its a constant battle :(

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  26. Use plenty of conditoner
    carole n

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  27. Keeping hair tied up in a ponytail or plait!! x

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  28. Hair tied back for girls and kept short for boys + tea tree oil diluted with some water sprayed on hair regularly

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  29. Use hairspray and keep it tied up tight xx

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  30. Luckily we never had nits when we were kids.

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  31. I have entered ;)

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  32. Watching out for itchy heads and then check!

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  33. checking regularly and lots of combing

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  34. Nit comb and tea tree shampoo (little critters)

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  35. I've entered, my sons just started nursery, hoping we won't need to use it, but no doubt we will!

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  36. Combing & checking

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  37. keep hair tied up and use tea tree shampoo

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  38. Pam Francis Gregory25 September 2015 at 12:54

    Lots of confitioner

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  39. My weapon would be to have kids with short hair!

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  40. entered, wash with shampoo, conditioner and then shampoo again.

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  41. Check constantly and keep hair tied up for school xx

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  42. I entered, thanks for the giveaway!

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  43. To keep on top of checking and treating when needed

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  44. Conditioner, nit comb and regular checking xx

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  45. I would like to enter please

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  46. Use specialist shampoo once a month to eradicate any possible headlice

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  47. After I moisturise my face every night before bed I rub the remaining moisturiser onto the last 4 inches of my hair, my hair is coloured and my hairdresser says it's in fab condition everytime I see her and no split ends!

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  48. Lots of cheap conditioner for combing through and a couple of drops of tea tree oil in the shampoo

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  49. Keep hair tied back & use tea tree oil!

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  50. Tea tree oil and lots of checking x

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  51. Always keep hair tied up - and a hairdresser once advised me to use my straighteners on my daughters hair as they can not withstand the hear

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  52. I use a tea tree shampoo for the family

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  53. lots of conditioner and comb through using a nit comb

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  55. regular checking and combing through

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  56. Brush lots and keep her hair tied back when she's with other children.

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  57. There was no secret weapon and no one ever had nits in our house.

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  58. we have a vinegar book which we use for everything

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  59. Can I enter? Conditioner and comb

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  60. My kids are grown up, but they say my secret weapon was "the look" which called for instant obedience

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  61. short neat hair

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  62. Regular use of capful of dettol in the bathwater

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  63. Hair very short for my two boys

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  64. we've never had them so no secret weapon

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  65. Hair in a plait and regular checking

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  66. short tidy hair

    trevor linvell

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  67. Always use a sensitive shampoo and conditioner

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  68. I check weekly with a nit comb and always keep her hair tied up.

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  69. lots of conditioner and a check through xx

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  70. combing through with a special comb

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  71. Hair tied back for school and regular checking when combing after a bath

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  72. we condition and check one a week xx

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  73. regular checking and spraying with tea tree leave in conditioner.

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  74. We use a Nitty Gritty comb once a week as a precaution

    Kelly Ellen Hirst

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  75. Getting him to help @ericahughes

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  76. plenty of conditioner, and a good nit comb. Also regular combing to knock those little suckers on their bums ;)

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  77. Lots of conditioner and slow brushing from top down

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  78. Shampoo/Conditioner with Tea Tree oil.

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  79. Clippers! No hair = no nits!

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  80. Combing through conditioner regularly and checking

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  81. l entered

    G. Williamson

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