The Lice Blog

A Lice Treatment Checklist And Advice

Posted on Fri, Mar 9, 2012 under

Lice can be a plague at schools and after school activities, especially for little ones. And with summer break just around the corner and sleepover camps getting ready to open their gates, it’s more important than ever to be preventative and proactive even before an outbreak occurs. There are something’s you should be watchful for and ways that you can treat it, for both your children and yourself.

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Head lice may not cause symptoms immediately. Depending on the host’s sensitivity it could be a matter of days, weeks, or even months for itching to start. Some people will itch until they irritate or break the skin. This leaves them vulnerable to infection along with the infestation, a double whammy of discomfort.


If you do show symptoms, then pick a treatment and stay consistent. Treat the problem on sight. Head lice can often be found on the back of the neck, behind the ears, and on strands of hair. If you have an infection as a result of the itching the skin may ooze clear fluid or crust over.


When you begin lice treatment, follow the instructions on the bottle or spray can. It should tell you approximately how long you should treat the symptoms. If you have sensitive skin or you’re hypoallergenic then you can look into all-natural forms of treatment that are still effective. Lice Busters have several options for you.

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