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Head lice are tiny six-legged blood-sucking parasites. Each leg is equipped with a claw, enabling the lice to grasp onto the shaft of the hair. They can vary in color from grayish white to reddish brown. The female louse lays her eggs by gluing them to your hair shafts. She will produce approximately 200 eggs in her lifetime. Eggs, or nits as they’re commonly called, generally hatch in 7 to 10 days. Once hatched, they have a life expectancy of approximately 30 days. Lice are wingless and cannot jump or fly. They can, however, move with amazing speeds on the head. They depend on human blood for survival. A louse separated from its human host will rarely survive more than 24 hours.
How Many Eggs Can A Head Louse Lay In A Day?
A single female louse lays eggs twice a day and four to five eggs each time. Multiply that by the 10, 20, even 40 or 60 bugs that might be on the head and it’s easy to see how a severe infestation can develop so quickly.
Isn’t Head Lice A Sign Of Being Dirty?
Head lice actually prefer a clean head of hair. A louse’s only concern is for its own survival. To accomplish this, the louse needs to feed and is always looking for the most convenient means of doing so. Lice are not picky when it comes time to find new breeding grounds.
How Do We Get Head Lice?
In almost all cases, lice are transmitted from one human host to another, brought about mainly as a result of head-to-head contact.
Hugs where the heads touch can spread lice.
Children working together in small spaces where heads touch (Selfies are great for our business).
Cloth seats at home or in a theater or on a bus, train, or plane. Sharing clothes, hats, or hooded sweatshirts.
Lying on someone’s bed or pillow.
Sharing brushes or hair accessories.
Using someone’s towel. Sharing a batting or safety helmet.
Trying on clothes or hats in stores.
What Do If I Do Find Head Lice?
If you find head lice on your child’s head, take care of the problem right away. Each day wasted is an increased opportunity for reproduction and the additional chances of spreading to others.
Why Should I Rely On HeadLice911 Treatment Center?
As studies have proven, relying on a professional treatment center is the most effective, safe way to ensure that your child will be lice free. Many parents, desperate to get rid of lice crawling around in their child’s hair, will dash out to the pharmacy to buy Nix or Rid, the most widely sold lice-control products in an estimated $130 million over-the-counter market. The over-the-counter products are losing their fight against lice because studies suggest that most of the bugs in the U.S. have evolved to become genetically resistant to the insecticides found in those products. That includes pyrethrum in shampoos such as Rid and the permethrin in creme rinses such as Nix. In addition to being ineffective, they are also unsafe.
Pyrethroids (permethrin, pyrethrin, et al) are synthetic pesticides that can cause pneumonia, muscle paralysis, death due to respiratory failure, vomiting, and asthma, and are toxic to the thyroid and immune system. No safe exposure level has been established for avoiding adverse effects, nor has the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) set an exposure limit.
Why risk your child’s health for an ineffective result. We will handle everything for you until your family is completely lice free. All of our products are all natural and contain no pesticides. In the long run, it will be cheaper, faster and far more stress-free to come to us. We will see it through from start to finish and are always available to answer any questions or concerns so call today and take the first step toward getting back to a normal life.