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Natural lice treatmeNt Head-lice infestations can be quite annoying and irritating for individuals suffering from it. Due to constant scratching and itching of the scalp, it often leads to a scarred scalp. Doctors at LTC (Lice treatment center) believe to provide only the best head lice treatments in order to ensure effective removal of lice with no chances of it coming back. Plus, their natural remedies for lice are developed using the best natural anti-lice agents. For more details visit at:http://licetreatmentcenter.com/about-us/natural-lice-treatment/


Natural Remedies for Lice

There are lots of Natural Remedies for Lice that have been tried by various parents. One of the best methods is nitpicking. To make this process painless and hassle-free (because that’s not how you remember it) follow these steps 1. Wash the hair of the infected person. This softens the hair . Lather their hair with conditioner. No tangles equal painless combing. 2. Use a finely-toothed nit-comb and brush their hair lock by lock. Meticulously remove all lice, nymphs or nits. (This method works better if you use a Lice Treatment Pack, made of natural ingredients and essential oils.) 3. Apply the leave-in tonic. It will get any bugs that you may have missed and keep lice away while the kids are outside. Another method is suffocating the lice using oils, white vinegar etc. Lice breathe through pores on their body and lathering hair with oil and leaving it overnight, wearing a shower cap will essentially smother them. While this method may work, doctors recommend not depending on this wholly.


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Natural Lice Treatment From Natural remedies for lice  

CDC estimates that almost 6-12 million children of ages 3-11 years are infested every year in the United States (and almost twice as many te...

Natural Lice Treatment From Natural remedies for lice  

CDC estimates that almost 6-12 million children of ages 3-11 years are infested every year in the United States (and almost twice as many te...

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