Growing up I use to be scared of a lot of things, especially the monster under my bed!
I thought when I got older I wouldn’t be scared of such silly things anymore.
But when I became a parent I soon learnt that I was terrified of monsters.
The only difference was that these monsters weren’t living in under my bed or in my closet, but they were living in my children’s hair.
Parents have a lot of fears, some that will never come turn, some that sadly might happen, and some that are inevitable.
Lice is one of these fears.
Any parent knows that lice are our worst enemy. They can turn an entire day into a day of washing, hoovering, and cleaning your child’s head in hopes to get rid of the little buggers!
They really make being a parent so much harder! Don’t we deserve a break?!
Being a parent is hard enough without having to deal with these little critters running about your child’s hair!
Just in case your lucky enough to have never come across lice in your life (how on earth did you manage it?) then let me explain what these nasty little creatures are.
Lice are tiny insects that live in our hair. They feed on our blood through the scalp, making them the tiniest little vampires I’ve ever seen!
These nasty creatures are extremely annoying.
Not only are they contagious, but they’re also very difficult to get rid of.
They spread to different ‘hosts’ from any form of personal contact or through shared hats, or even brushes and combs.
Lice are infamous when it comes to itching, and feeling like something is crawling around your head constantly.
It can sometimes make your scalp sore too!
While having an itchy scalp is a strong indicator that you have lice, most people still stay unaware of the presence of lice in their hair or their children’s hair!
Anyone who has dealt with a lice infestation before knows just how much of a pain it can be to get rid of those nasty critters. It could take days for your home to be lice free!
I haven’t got time for that.
If you’re like me then you need something quick, reliable, and effective. Something that can really kick those lice’s butts!
Lice have to be taken care of quickly because they multiply extremely quickly!
Everyone and everyone can get lice, but children are the most vulnerable.
Lice is an extremely common problem for preschool and school children.
If your child gets lice, then I strongly recommend that you treat your whole family for lice! It can very quickly spread to each and every member of the family!
It may be worth noting that women and girls are more likely to get lice because their hair is often longer and a better environment for the lice to live in.
You can find a lot of lice shampoo in your local supermarket, but most of them are overpriced and useless!
You could invest a lot of money into something that wastes your time, effort, and money!
I recommend you do, however, buy a lice comb, to use on your children’s hair.
These work miracles.
But you should also use this incredible home remedy.
Not only is it natural, but it’s effective, a tried and tested method, and it’s incredibly fast!
The next time you have an infestation of lice (which I hope is not anytime soon), then be sure to try this remarkable method of getting rid of those nasty critters!
* A Shower cup or plastic bags
* White vinegar
* Lice Comb
* Wash your wash your hair or your child’s hair with mouthwash.
* Then be sure to cover the hair with a bathing cap or wrap it using a plastic bag.
* Leave the solution on the head for an hour before you remove the cap or plastic bag.
* You should then wash the hair with white vinegar and cover it with another cap or plastic bag for another hour.
* After the hour is over then you should remove the cap and shampoo the hair with your regular shampoo.
* Finally, you should comb the hair with a lice comb.
How does it work?
Well, the science behind this remedy is very simple.
The strong scent of the mouthwash will keep the perpetrators away while the vinegar eliminates the eggs from the hair! Pretty neat, right?
Your child’s head will be lice free in no time at all!
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