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Nipping Head Lice In The Bud

Posted on Fri, Mar 29, 2013 under

The stage of first contracting lice to the stage of having a full-blown lice infestation happens very quickly. It is generally hard to discover that you or your children have been exposed to the tiny insects until things have already become a problem. The initial signs of that problem are generally an extreme itchiness of the scalp but for many of us it is easy to write off the itchiness at first. We assume it could be dry skin or any number of other innocuous problems. In fact, simply writing this blog gives me some phantom itch in my scalp.

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The other Head Lice symptoms are a bit more troubling. Small red bumps begin to show up on the neck and shoulders. These are bites and they can very quickly become irritated, become crusty, or start to ooze puss. Thing about lice is you want to get rid of them as soon as possible to avoid these more extreme symptoms.

 

 

The best way to get rid of head lice is with the sort of lice treatment currently available from the lice experts at Lice Busters.

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4 Responses to Nipping Head Lice In The Bud

  1. I really enjoyed the lice prevention tips you mentioned in the blog post “Nipping Head Lice in the bud”.

  2. Head Lice can reproduce in as little as two weeks, so I would most defiantly agree that Nits (Lice Eggs) should be nipped in the bud

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