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Lice Aren’t Nice: A Panic Free Guide to Dealing with Lice

Apr 16, 2017

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  • GUIDE

    TO L IC E

    A PANIC FREE

  • GUIDE

    head lice most common inpreschool & school-aged children

    will be spent on lice treatments in the United States this year alone

  • LICE ARE easiest to treat in THEIR infancy. dELOUSE YOUR HOUSE AT THE FIRST SIGN OF AN INFESTATION.

  • Nits will hatch after 6-9 days incubation on a hair shaft

    Head lice are parasitic insects that only attack humans they dont choose pets as hosts.

    Lice can only crawl, they cant hop or jump

  • Sharing infected combs & brushes, towels, pillows & clothes

    head-to-head contact (hugs & close play)

    You can only catch lice from another human

    Head lice are parasitic insects that only attack humans they dont choose pets as hosts.

  • Diligently check your child when theyve been exposed

    detect & treat early infestations to prevent the spread to others.

    You can only catch lice from another human

    DID YOU KNOW THAT DAILY BATHING IS NOT EFFECTIVE PREVENTION FOR LICE?

  • Lice wont just go away on their own. follow this treatment plan to rid your home of an outbreak.

    Put combs, brushes, hair accessories in a sealed baggie & freeze for 24 hours

  • Be wary of do-it-yourself/home remedies for lice, they have not been evaluated for safety and effectiveness by the Food & Drug Administration.

  • Be wary of do-it-yourself/home remedies for lice, they have not been evaluated for safety and effectiveness by the Food & Drug Administration.

    If you find head lice in your childs hair, notify the school or daycare center. This will inform other parents who can check their own children to stop the spread of lice.

    If youre still having trouble after treatment, we recommend you see your primary care physician or dermatologist for further care.

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