As soon as your child comes home with a notice from their school stating that lice have been spotted in their classmates’ hair, you’ll probably want to look for preventative products that can protect their head. A quick online search will reveal that there are many such products, but the question is, do they work? Well, maybe.
How They Work
Most of the head lice prevention products on the market claim to be “natural” methods of repelling the little insects. They usually contain oils like citronella, tea tree, lemongrass, and rosemary.
Because most preventative products contain natural ingredients, they typically aren’t regulated by the FDA. Also, they can be flammable, irritating, and even dangerous for children. There isn’t enough research available to prove whether or not they are truly effective, and the risks may outweigh the possible benefits.
What Works Better
Instead of wasting your money on potentially harmful, ineffective preventative products, teach your children how to actively avoid lice. Tell them to steer clear of head-to-head contact and sharing personal belongings, especially things like hats and hair brushes. These preventative techniques will go much further than most products you can buy.
If worst comes to worst and your child does contract lice, even if they tried to avoid them, the best thing to do is to reach out to a professional lice removal service like Lice Lifters Treatment Centers. Their two-part treatment wipes out nits and adult lice completely. Certified Lifticians will perform a thorough comb-out, guaranteeing that no insects or nits remain. Next, they’ll use their Lice Lifters Lice Solution — a proprietary, all-natural killing agent that will end all head lice activity once and for all.
Visit their treatment centers in Frisco for emergency head lice treatments. The experts there will also provide a follow-up at-home treatment with a 30-day guarantee lice will leave for good. FSA and Health Savings Insurance is accepted — call for details.
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