Lice eggs can be removed from the hair using a lice comb. The eggs will attach to the teeth of the comb and can then be removed with a fingernail or a piece of cloth.
There are many ways to get rid of lice. Many people use a store bought product or a home remedy. Some people use boiling water, others use a hair dryer on high heat, and still others use an over the counter product. You can also try using a vacuum cleaner with the hose attachment to remove the lice.
There is no definitive answer to this question as it depends on the individual’s hair type and how lice are reacting to being wet or dry. Some people find that combing out lice with wet hair results in more lice being killed, while others find that combing out lice with dry hair is more effective. Ultimately, it is up to the individual to experiment and see what works best for them.
One reason your daughter may be getting lice is because she is sharing her bed with someone who has them. Another reason is that she may not be using proper hygiene practices, such as washing her hair regularly and avoiding wearing tight-fitting clothes that can trap lice.
There is no scientific evidence that hairspray can prevent or eliminate lice.
Lice come from human heads and bodies. They are small, brown, wingless insects that live off of blood.
Lice are typically found on the head of children between 1 and 10, but can also be found on adults.
Yes, lice can get into ears. They are small enough to fit through the ear canal and can lay their eggs there. Once the eggs hatch, the lice will feed on the hair inside the ear.
No, lice cannot be squished with fingers. Lice are small, so they can only be removed by hand. You can use a nit comb to remove them.
The first kid gets lice because he or she is sharing hair products and combs with other kids.
There is no definitive answer to this question as it depends on the type of flat iron that is being used and the temperature that it is being used at. Some people believe that lice cannot survive a flat iron, while others believe that they can. It is best to consult with a professional if you are concerned about lice in your hair.
Lice do not like hair dye, but they can still spread through hair if it is contaminated with their saliva.
Lice nits do not pop when you squeeze them.
Lice can live for 1-2 weeks.
There is no scientific evidence to support the claim that lice prefer a certain blood type. However, it is possible that some lice may be more attracted to people with a particular blood type because of the proteins and other substances in their blood.