Have You Ever Seen Children With Hair Lice? How Do You Get Rid Of Head Lice In Children?
At This Time And Age, Do We Still Have People Living With Hair Lice?
Yes head lice is very common. A lot of kids get lice from other kids at school.
Vinegar is also useful in removing head lice. Take 3-4 tablespoon of vinegar, add 2 tablespoon of lemon juice and garlic paste. Mix it well and apply it on the scalp. Allow it to dry for 2 hours and wash it off. Do this 3-4 times a month.
Olive oil is also very useful in killing head lice. Apply olive oil on your hair and cover it with a plastic bag. Keep it overnight, later with the help of lice comb take out all the head lice. Repeat this after every 10 days. It is very easy and effective way to get rid of head lice.
Soak 10-12 almonds in water and make its paste. Add 3-4 tablespoon of lemon juice in it. Apply this mixture over your scalp, and allow it to dry for 1-2 hours. Wash hair with cold water.
Some people think that only dirty people get head lice but the truth is they prefer clean heads. read more
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by toly 7 years ago
whats so bad about head licewell my child has head lice and i'm using everything to get rid of them
by nomah 7 years ago
my childs head lice dont finish we've tryed every sort of remedies and madicine but they dont finishwhat should i do?
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