What NOT To Do If Your Kid Has Head Lice

What NOT To Do If Your Kid Has Head Lice

The minute you find out that your kid has head lice; we are sure that some of you may have panicked and took too many unnecessary precautions. Here are the things you absolutely need not do to combat head lice. If you have ever heard one of these before, as part of the precautionary measures, then you should get rid of them right away! Don’t Throw Away Your Combs You need not throw away brushes and combs. All you have to do is to wash them with warm water and then soak them…continue reading →
The Lice Ladies of Brooklyn who went Corporate

The Lice Ladies of Brooklyn who went Corporate

Have you ever heard of Nit-picking salon? The idea might just feel a little weird for many but Brooklyn, New York has seen rise of such salons in the streets of Midwood, Brooklyn. With no public display signs, one would only observe it for a normal salon with woman combing little children's hairs, but a closer look can make you understand the actual work in progress. These ladies or we can say Nit-pickers use both traditional and new innovative methods to get rid of the lice. Not only the children but even adults…continue reading →
Halloween or Christmas, they won’t leave a chance to make your head their home!

Halloween or Christmas, they won’t leave a chance to make your head their home!

Experts Warn This Common Christmas Tradition Could Give You Head Lice Head louse is a common problem among youngsters and they’re so easy to acquire from friends or families. Group selfies, sharing of hats and helmets, clothes and even beds are the major reasons of head lice infestation. Earlier this year, authorities warned us about head lice infestation through Halloween costumes. Recently head lice removal experts have warned in a Facebook post about these lurking monsters trying to make their way to your head the moment you’ll gather together for a family photo…continue reading →
Head lice & Nits- Not a problem for Dutch!

Head lice & Nits- Not a problem for Dutch!

While the traumatizing effects of head lice infestation on children are well know, there surely are several ways to deal with them as well. This is what Netherlands with a population of over 17.04 million have come up to treat head lice without an emotional cost on kids. So, what are the ways? When kids head back to school after the holidays, they are checked for head lice infestation openly within the school premises. The school schedules dates and uses whatsapp groups to send notifications to parents. For volunteers, they organize workshops. Volunteers…continue reading →