The hair on your head, as well as the brows and eyelashes, are infested by small insects known as head lice. Nits, which are tiny louse eggs, are closely bound to individual hairs and reside close to the scalp, where they may be challenging to spot. Particularly among school-aged youngsters, lice are easily transmitted. Although they cannot jump or fly, lice can be passed from person to person by close personal contact, sharing of hats or bedding, combs, or brushes with a person who has head lice. It does not imply that you are unclean if you have head lice.
Diseases are not spread by head lice.
If you are not too sure about how to treat head lice, there are lice removal services available for this purpose. These companies have trained professionals who handle lice infestation properly so that it does not spread and the treatment using medicines or products is correctly done. Over-the-counter lotions and shampoos that contain pyrethrin or 1% permethrin are often the first choices. This pharmacist is sharing information on how to treat head lice properly through a series of videos. Watch his clips to learn more.