Here’s an Answer to the Head-Scratching Question – “How to get rid of Head Lice?”by diva james lice treatment center
“The head louse (Pediculus humanus capitis) is an obligate ectoparasite of humans that causes head lice infestation (pediculosis capitis).”
Yeah! I didn’t understand much of that either. What I do know is Head Lice are pests (pun intended) and the method my mom used to rid me of them when I was a kid was painful and irritating. Thankfully, I don’t have to use the same taxing methods for my kids – you don’t have to either. As soon as we get to know that our child has lice, we panic and start going crazy – housecleaning, packing up toys, hours wasted on daily checks and whatnot! Another thing we do is go and buy the costliest lice shampoo we can find – but unfortunately, that is only just a waste of money. I know, I know! “Will she just get to the point, instead of saying everything we are doing is wrong?” I will – I just need you to stop and take a deep breath first. Good! Now, once more unto the breach.
What do we do?
Well, first, we throw away that bottle of insecticide which is only harmful to our kids anymore. The lice have become resistant to these chemicals now. Instead, we look for a Lice Treatment Solution that is natural. The methods our moms used included going through our hair repeatedly with a fine-toothed comb. This is necessary for proper Head Lice Removal. Nowadays, there are many lice clinics around us that do this painlessly and in a far more effective. Look for some good Lice Treatment Service in Home. They provide safe and effective Lice shampoos and conditioners that are organic and made of essential oils. After washing their hair, use a nit comb to effortlessly run through the kids’ hair. This will result in almost all dead lice falling away from their hair, along with most of the nits as well. You do this for some time, take help from experts and after removing all the lice, put some leave-in tonic in their hair. This will ensure elimination of any lice left. The oil repellent greases the hair, and stops the lice from feeding and laying nits. This provides additional protection, just in case the shampoo did not come in contact with all of the lice.
Once you are done removing the lice from your kids’ hair – which was much more effortless and much less painful than you remember, use the fabric spray on your mattresses, linens, carpets, sofas etc. – wherever you suspect the lice could get or the kids have been. This saves you the hassle of burning the house down! I’m kidding… mostly. Use helmet spray on your kids’ caps, scarves, and helmets etc. – anything they can share or wear, where the lice can take shelter until they find a new head. Above all, once you are done, use Lice prevention shampoo for yourself and other unaffected family members for some time. Use it on the kids’ as well, once they are lice-free, as precaution for a while.
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