How to Treat Head Lice

How to Treat Head Lice
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How to Treat Head Lice

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At some time or other, almost everyone has a rather unpleasant experience involving a head lice infestation. While learning how to treat head lice can seem like a daunting task, it is actually a lot easier than most people anticipate. When looking for tips on how to treat head lice, it is important to rely on methods and products that have been tried and tested over time, as they will help ensure that the infestation is properly eliminated.

Investigating Home Remedies

While many people swear by a variety of home remedies and concoctions, there is no scientific evidence to suggest that they are effective or even safe. In an effort to save money, many people try to use products like vinegar, mayonnaise or even paint thinners as treatments to help eliminate head lice. These products are usually not only ineffective at combating an infestation; some of them can even be classified as downright dangerous. At no time should any of these home remedies be used, as it can result in the infestation becoming worse than ever before.

Identifying the Lice Infestation

One of the most important aspects of learning how to treat head lice is being able to positively identify it. The best way to do this is to carefully inspect the hair, scalp and neck on a regular basis. If you notice that there seems to be tiny bugs moving on the scalp or in the hair itself, chances are very high that it is a lice infestation. If lice are spotted however, there is no need to panic, as the condition is easily treatable through the use of the correct products.

Starting Your Lice Treatment Program

Once you have confirmed that you are experiencing an infestation of these nasty creatures, you will need to learn how to treat head lice in such a way that they will not easily make a comeback. It is usually best to start by thoroughly combing the hair, as this will help remove the bulk of the lice and their eggs. Once this has been done, you will need to invest in an organic lice treatment product. Using this will help remove the pests and soothe a scalp that has become itchy and irritated as a result of lice bites. In some cases, the hair may need to be washed more than once to remove the initial infestation.

Preventing Re-Infestation

Once you have found out how to treat head lice correctly, your chances of re-infestation are significantly reduced. It is a good idea to inspect the scalp once a week to ensure that the critters have not decided to return. If you have children, it is important to teach them not to share hair care products like brushes, hair grips and other hair accessories with their friends, as this is one of the fastest ways to encourage lice to spread and breed.

Once you have managed to get lice infestation under control, it is important to follow a strict hair care routine in order to help prevent re-infestation. Using an organic shampoo and lice repellant will go a long way in helping to keep these pests out of your hair and scalp.

5 thoughts on “How to Treat Head Lice

  1. Ridley Fitzgerald says:

    It’s great to learn more about getting rid of lice. I like how you said that starting with combing the hair is a good thing to do. I’m pretty sure my son has lice, so I’ll start with that! I’ll probably end up taking him to a doctor to get some treatment too.

  2. Camille Devaux says:

    My sister has been dealing with her little girl having lice and needs some advice. She has started to look at in-home lice treatment to solve the issue. It would help if she could identify where the infestation came from to properly care for it.

    • Darren says:

      In home treatments by lice experts as they call it usually want to get in and get out, o and get paid. They hope there is a re-infestation. You are better off treating yourself.

      Here is my final answer to you, don’t worry about “where they are coming from” be pro active. Use the lice repellent hair conditioner daily.

  3. Perry says:

    Hello. This is a fantastic article, and very helpful too. But is it possible to get lice in your beard? What could cause it? And how can it be prevented and treated?

    • Darren says:

      Head lice may also thrive in eyebrows and beards. Lice are most active at night. Head lice are very contagious, and they spread by direct contact with someone who is infested or by sharing clothing (like hats) with someone who has lice. Female lice attach their eggs firmly to hair. Lice shampoo and repellent should due fine.

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