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Itchy Scalp Bugging You?

29 September

Itchy scalp got you scratching your head? Boston Moms Have Trusted NitWits for 14 years to provide TLC Lice Removal for their families! NitWits has the most solid track record from thousands of families. What are families telling us every day? “Your service was so calming and informative. Thank you, I will be telling everyone I know about you!”

Itchy scalp. We often hear “Why is it so hard to tell if my child has lice?”. First of all Head Lice have had centuries to develop excellent camouflage. Secondly Lice have also developed ways to camouflage their eggs. In addition parents tell us: “The School Nurse won’t let my child back in school if she has nits.”. Most parents have no idea how to even begin to remove lice nits!

Consequently No-Nit Lice Policies are controversial at best. What’s a parent to do? For the Past 14 years Boston’s Best Professional Lice Practitioners at

Nitwits!Itchy scalp. What are the modes of camouflage that lice use to evade detection by the human eye? The first is an invisibility cloak, used throughout nature to hide from predators. That’s right, head lice are totally transparent, much like clear jellyfish. Lice only turn brown when they start to die. In the photograph below you can see a blood meal in the intestines of the louse. The intestines are usually the only thing visible in a live louse, the rest of the louse body is see-through.

So when you are looking through the hair for live bugs you are very unlikely to ever see one, unless your child has had head lice for 4 months or longer. At Lice Treatment Boston, we will tell you exactly how long your child has had lice.in Belmont have been finding those lice and lice eggs and removing them quickly and easily for the best price in town!

Itchy scalp. How come head lice are so hard to see? Most of all my school nurse told me that she had been a school nurse for 7 years and she had never seen a live louse! She had certainly seen plenty of nits in her time, but no lice during check lice. Hence lice are masters of deceit. For millennia, lice have honed their ability to evade detection by the human eye.

Itchy scalp. What are the modes of camouflage that lice use to evade detection by the human eye? The first is an invisibility cloak. In fact many insects use invisibility to hide from predators. That’s right, head lice are totally transparent, much like clear jellyfish. Lice only turn brown when they start to die. In the photograph below you can see a blood meal in the intestines of the louse. The intestines are usually the only thing visible in a live louse, the rest of the louse body is see-through. So when you are looking through the hair for live bugs you are very unlikely to ever see one, unless your child has a case of head lice that is 4 months or longer. At Lice Treatment Boston, we will tell you exactly how long your child has had lice.

Itchy scalp. Furthermore the second mode of camouflage that lice use is for their eggs. Especially relevant, one of the best invisibility strategies used by insects in nature is iridescence. Female lice lay eggs that have an iridescent coating on the outer surface of the nit shell casing. Finally the iridescence means you may not see the nit because it is able to reflect light in ways that make it invisible to the human eye. For the Best of Boston Lice Removal Treatment Clinic, check out NitWits and see why parents are raving about us!

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