Tag Archives: Lice Check

Check Lice Today. Not Sure if Your Child Has Lice? NitWits!

17 September

Check Lice Today.  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.  Parents tell us: “The School Nurse won’t let my child back in school if she has nits.”.  What’s […]

Back School Head Lice Checks. Ahh…Peace of Mind for Mom!

12 September

Back School Head Lice Checks. Moms can’t sleep at night when they think there might be a lice epidemic in the house. Furthermore powerful head lice stigma falls squarely on the shoulders of Moms. Head Lice stigma implies that you are not a good Mom. In addition Head Lice stigma suggests that you do not […]

Home Treatment Lice. NitWits to the Rescue!

09 August

Home Treatment Lice . Your child will be exposed to head lice many times between the ages of 2-15 and schools are not a high risk area for head lice transmission. Your child is more likely to contract head lice at a family party, playdate or sleepover, than at school. Do not get freaked out about head lice […]

Lice Summer Camp. NitWits to the Rescue Today!

22 July

Lice Summer Camp. Lice lay tiny eggs in the scalps of children. The tiny eggs are called nits and they take take 7 days to hatch and then go through 3 molts before they are old enough to lay more nits. If your child has lice nits in their hair, you need to comb the nits […]

Lice Check Needed Stat! Today @NitWits. Learn More.

26 May

Lice Check Needed Stat! Yes folks when you discover you have caught head lice you want it over with yesterday. In order to regain a sense of sanity and happiness you need a NitWits appointment immediately. That is exactly what NitWits is set up for. Lice is all we do, and we do it particularly […]

Lice Check. Easy Simple and Done. NitWits!

18 April

Lice Check. Text us your lice photos and we will help you to determine what you have in your hair. The truth is that is takes 2 to 3 months of an active head lice infestation before there is even a chance of itching. Why is that? Because when lice feed on the human scalp, they leave […]