Head Lice and Nit Treatment
Head lice infestation is most common in children aged 3 to 11 who go to preschool and primary , family members can also be infested.Head lice crawl, they cannot jump or fly, and they spread by direct contact with an infested person’s hair.
Tickling sensation of something moving around in the hair.
Itching, caused by an allergic reaction to louse bites.
Irritability and difficulty sleeping; head lice are most active in the dark.
Sores to the scalp caused by scratching.
These sores can sometimes become infected by bacteria present on the person’s skin.
Like any other treatment process, we need to start with a diagnosis to verify that lice are, in fact, the problem afflicting you or your child.