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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

ROBI COMB GIVEAWAY (*CLOSED*)

School has commenced and besides worrying about the flu and bacterial germs spreading on your child, there is another cause for paranoia...LICE!

There they are, playing in the lunch yard and not noticing that the classmate next to them might be carrying this infestation! An estimated 6 million to 12 million infestations occur each year among children 3 to 11 years of age. It's quite a simple tactic, whether it be head to head contact or the sharing of clothing, the lice epidemic is a problem, especially during the school year.

So what's the solution? Robi Comb, Lifeguard's patented Robi comb detects and destroys lice on contact! How? Very simple, just comb through the dry hair and when the electronic Robi Comb contact lice, consider them zapped and gone.

Many people are wary of using dangerous chemical gels and toxic shampoos that claim to get rid of lice by killing them in seconds, because they all use powerful pesticides! More and more parents and care givers are treating lice using the safe Robi Comb way instead!
Robi Comb detects and destroys lice on contact simply by combing it through dry hair. When the electronic Robi Comb touches lice, they get zapped, die and are combed out of the hair.
The Robi Comb also has happens to be a very economical way to kill lice fast. Harsh chemical treatments and toxic shampoos cost between $9-$15 a treatment. Most shampoos suggest between 2-4 treatments per out-break per person. Compare that to 1 multi-use Robi Comb that can be used over and over, as often as you like. The Robi Comb can be stored and used repeatedly by the entire family!
See the Robi Comb video. This non-fragranced product sells for the low retail price of $29.95, and be purchased at Walgreens, Rite Aid, and CVS; saving parents everywhere time and money.

One Mother of 1 Princess and 2 Princes reader will win a Robi Comb of their own.
MANDATORY: (To Enter FIRST YOU MUST BE A FOLLOWER OF MY BLOG) Visit Robi Comb and tell me something that you have learned.
FOR EXTRA ENTRIES: (The Above Must Be Done First To Be Eligible For The Extra Entries)
1.) Become a Subscriber (On Sidebar On Top Right Side)
2.) Friend me on Facebook.
3.) Follow me on Twitter.
4.) Tweet this giveaway.
5.) Blog about this giveaway linking back to this giveaway and Robi Comb website.
6.) "Like" Robi Comb on Facebook.
7.) Follow Robi Comb on Twitter.
Open to U.S. Giveaway ends November 8, 2010 at 11:59 p.m. CST. Winner will be selected by random.org and notified by email and will have 48 hours to reply back before a new winner is selected. Please remember to leave your email address so I can contact you if you win. GOOD LUCK!

54 comments:

  1. This would be great as a peace-of-mind must have! At the mere mention of the creepy little critters... everyone I know starts scratching... uggh. I love that there are no chemicals to harm a delicate scalp... and all you need to do is comb through dry hair and it kills the little buggers AND lets you know it did! With my eyes anymore... I really need one of these because, well... you never know. They love the clean-freaks, too!

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  2. Tawnda M is a fb friend (remember... 'most' people will not tell you that they or a family member has lice! It's not widely admitted...)

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  3. Tawnda M "Like"s Robi Comb on Facebook.

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  4. @tawndam Follows Robi Comb on Twitter.

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  5. http://twitter.com/tawndam/status/28829547563
    ♫tweet♫ tawndam at hotmail.com
    *itch, itch, scratch...* I'm telling ya... just the THOUGHT!

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  6. I follow on gfc and learned that lice have been reported to be building up a resistance to pesticides used in other lice treatments.

    choateorama(at)gmail(dot)com

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  7. i like that they have a repellent spray as well- perfect for sleepovers!

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  8. http://twitter.com/#!/BTHM1/status/28961198237

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  9. subscriber under nick0166 (at) yahoo dot com

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  10. Email Subscription Request
    Your request has been accepted!

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  11. lizavla liza vladyka
    Robi Comb kills lice on contact! Win it! http://motherof1princessand2princes.blogspot.com/2010/10/robi-comb-giveaway.html

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  12. I really like that they don't use pesticides. I have never heard of them before today but what a great idea! If I don't win it, I guess I will have to go buy it!
    trixie420247@yahoo.com

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  13. following via gfc and i learned Robi Comb detects and destroys lice on contact simply by combing it through dry hair.
    hppv50@yahoo.com

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  14. Friended you on Facebook
    sara mather
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  15. Following you on Twitter @hppv50
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  16. Liked Robi Comb on Facebook
    sara mather
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  17. Following Robi Comb on Twitter
    hppv50@yahoo.com
    @hppv50

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  18. I learned that you can buy a Replacement Combing Unit if yours becomes worn out. Robi Comb would have been a life saver when my daughter was in school!
    smchester at gmail dot com

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  19. I follow you on twitter as ptowngirl.
    smchester at gmail dot com

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  20. We recommend using the Robi-Comb each day for ten to twelve days while the eggs are hatching to kill the lice as they hatch. At the end of twelve days, all of the eggs should have hatched, and there will be no live lice left to lay eggs and no eggs left to hatch.

    tdlsfm(at)gmail(dot)com

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  21. I follow your blog via google friend connect - Niecey

    nieceyd(at)gmail(dot)com

    I visited their site and learned Robi Comb detects and destroys lice on contact simply by combing it through dry hair. When the electronic Robi Comb touches lice, they get zapped, die and are combed out of the hair.

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  22. I subscribe to your emails
    nieceyd(at)gmail(dot)com

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  23. I added you as a friend on facebook
    Niecey Docherty
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  24. I follow you on twitter
    @goodieslist
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  25. I tweeted
    http://twitter.com/#!/goodieslist/status/576101344616448
    nieceyd(at)gmail(dot)com

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  26. I like robi comb on facebook
    Niecey Docherty
    nieceyd(at)gmail(dot)com

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  27. I follow robi comb on twitter
    @goodieslist
    nieceyd(at)gmail(dot)com

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  28. Lice have built up a resistance to other pesticides and home remedy methods available on the market!! I did not know that!!

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  29. i blogged about this giveaway on LIVING THE GOOD LIFE!

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  30. I follow you with GFC. I learned that they do not use any pesticides.

    rrudnick@netnet.net

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  31. I subscribe to your emails.

    rrudnick@netnet.net

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  32. I learned that it Destroys Lice on Contact!

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  33. I am your friend on fb... Becca Ann Peters

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  34. like that they do not use pesticides.


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  35. I am an email subscriber.

    trixie420247@yahoo.com

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  36. I am your friend on fb!:)

    trixie420247@yahoo.com

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  37. I "liked" robi comb on fb.

    trixie420247@yahoo.com

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  38. I follow your blog via gfc and what I learned was that lice have been reported to be building up a resistance to pesticides used in other lice treatments uck! suelee1998 @ gmail.com

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  39. I follow BriellePrincess on twitter suelee1998
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  40. i learned that it has no odor or fragrance
    susansmoaks at gmail dot com

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