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Hair Lice Nits. Do you know what they look like?

01 July

Hair Lice Nits. Yes folks there are plenty of lice and nits around the Boston area this summer. Do you know what they look like? Nits look like little sesame seeds. Nits are always the same size and shape and are always laid within 1/8th of an inch from the scalp. So if you see nits on your child’s hair that are several inches away from the scalp you know your child has had head lice for a couple of months at least. Why? Because the nits were laid very close to the scalp and then the hair shafts grew out carrying the nits with it!

Hair Lice Nits. What’s the difference between nits and dandruff? The way to tell the difference between nits and dandruff is, blow on it, or flick it. If it is dandruff will move or blow away, a nit will not move. Try to slide the object in questions off the hair shaft. If it is difficult to slide and you must use your fingernails, it is a nit.

What is the best Lice Comb to use? The best Lice Comb on the Market to use is the OMG Nit-Free Terminator Comb the OMG Nit-Free Terminator Comb‘s specially designed teeth, strip the lice eggs or nits off the hair shaft, and pulls the lice out of the hair. Don’t have an OMG Comb? Stop by the NitWits office in Belmont today and pick one up.

What? No vacuuming or laundry for Head Lice? Yes, you heard us correctly the first time. You do not need to vacuum carpets or couches and you do not need to launder every item in your house.  Head Lice are found on the human scalp, not in your house. So spend your valuable time combing your child’s hair to remove lice and nits.  How do I know what is the best head lice removal treatment? Lice are resistant to shampoos with pesticides in them,  so you need the get all of the eggs and bugs out of your kids hair using a good metal nit comb like the OMG Nit-Free Terminator Comb.

Hair Lice Nits.

Monkeys have lice too

Hair Lice Nits.

Hair Lice Nits.

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