Get 'Em Gone Blend Essential Oil Spotlight of the Week

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Get ‘Em Gone Blend Essential Oil Spotlight of the Week

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Get ‘Em Gone KidSafe Essential Oil Blend

Therapeutic benefits

  • Clears hair and scalp.
  • Stops the itch associated with lice.
  • Helps remove the pest problem at its source.
  • 100% natural, gentle, and safe.
  • A great preventative option.


Yes! This IS a KidSafe oil.

Dilution instructions:

Use at a 2% dilution.

Diffusion instructions:

This blend is not intended for diffusion.

Great for Preventative Care

Add 2% of Get ‘Em Gone and 1% Polysorbate or Solubol to 4 oz. of water, shake liberally to mix, then spray your child’s hair and scalp each morning to help keep lice at bay. Due to the water content, this product should be stored in the fridge and used within a week. Otherwise, add a preservative, such as Optiphen Plus or Germall Plus.

Don’t rinse, but let hair dry and keep the mixture on all day. Also use this for prevention when children have friends or classmates with unusually itchy scalps.

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What you’ll need:

What you’ll do:

Massage mixture into your child’s hair and scalp. Use a fine-toothed comb to spread the shampoo and let sit in the hair for 15 minutes. Rinse and repeat if necessary to help with symptoms associated with lice.

34 thoughts on “Get ‘Em Gone Blend Essential Oil Spotlight of the Week”

  1. hi! a tsp of shampoo isn’t going to go far with my daughters hair… is it save to use more to cover the hair? 🙂 already did the calculations and seems 30ml oil to 2 cups of shampoo…. waiting for reply.

    1. Holly, for a 5% dilution in two cups of shampoo, you will need about 720 drops of oil. If we consider that 1 mL equals approximately 30 drops (as per Tisserand’s article:, the amount I calculated was 24 mL. 2 cups of shampoo for one hair washing is a huge amount; your daughter must have some beautiful long hair!

      1. 🙂 no I figured I would mix it all up and have available for the whole family. Both my daughters have pass shoulder length hair 🙂 I was thinking of and egg size amount per child or less…. a tsp sounded like too little but I could be wrong 🙂 I’ll put a bit extra of shampoo to cover the 6 ml left in the 30 ml bottle I have 🙂 Thank you!

        1. Wow, that makes so much more sense, Holly! I was really thinking your daughter had some crazy Rapunzel hair 🙂

        1. Holly, we recommend to use this blend in shampoo and wash as you regularly do. It is up to you whether or not you would like to follow up with conditioner 🙂

  2. I sure hope I don’t need to use this, but I went ahead and bought a bottle to share with my sister in law since our boys just started preschool this year. Thanks for the constant education!

  3. Hopefully won’t be dealing with lice anymore but will for sure utilize this if we do! Wish I woulda known a couple years ago LOL

  4. Thanks for this post. For the preventative recipe, does it matter if one uses Polysorbate 20 or 80? (And you don’t sell that or Solubol at this time, right?)

    1. We do not! Unfortunately, beyond what we recommend in the recipe, we cannot comment to other ingredients like 20 vs 80. I would encourage you to do some research and pick from there. 🙂

  5. I haven’t tried this synergy yet, but I am a teacher so it seems like something I might need to add to my wish list for the dreaded head lice outbreaks. Happy to learn that Plant Therapy has this synergy available!

  6. Will definitely be making this shampoo, can you use it regularly for prevention or is it like once you have it. Would like to use for preventative.

  7. Buying 3 bottles asap. 1 for my house, 1 to send home with my step daughter and 1 to send home with my nephews!! Cant wait to start preventing that awful “itchy scalp”

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