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Head Lice Prevention Tips and Products

Posted on Fri, May 4, 2012 under

Head lice are a real pain to take care of once you get an infestation. That’s why it’s important to take the precautions to prevent them in the first place. If you or your children have been informed that lice are spreading in schools or in the neighborhood there are things you can do to avoid catching them.

 

Lice and nits spread most commonly from direct contact– loose hair and hats contract them. If your kid plays sports it is best to buy your own helmet and body protection equipment rather than sharing. And this rule about not sharing pertains to everything– no sharing combs, hats, scarves, or hair ribbons within or outside of the home. And always disinfect your stuff.

 

You can buy a Lice prevention spray from Lice Busters if you want to be absolutely lice free. Tightly wound hair is another way to prevent it– the lice can’t grip on hair if it’s not loose enough. And although this lowers the possibility of attracting lice, short hair is always the best. They need enough space to move around and if you have short hair they are less likely to call your scalp home.

 

Of course sometimes even the best attempts to avoid the problem aren’t enough. If you still happen to catch these pests, then your best solution is using Lice Busters all-natural lice treatment products.

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4 Responses to Head Lice Prevention Tips and Products

  1. Thank you for the Helpful Lice Prevention tips. I shipped my two girls to sleep away camp with a lice prevention spray for each of them. I jokingly told them if they get Head Lice they can stay in camp.

  2. Thanks for the link to the metal lice comb, i am in the midst of purchasing it now

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