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Frequently Asked Questions about Head Lice.

Lice Lifters is happy to help you with any head lice questions you may have to help you understand and treat a head lice infestation. If you have any further questions, please contact us for additional assistance.

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Head Lice - General Questions

What is a Head Louse / are Head Lice?

The head louse, and the plural head lice, are parasites that cause infestations in humans. They have no wings and primarily spend their life on your scalp breeding and feeding. Human blood is their primary source of food.

How are Head Lice spread?

Head lice can pass from person to person when people share personal items such as combs, towels, clothing, hats, and hairbrushes. Lice are not spread by dogs, cats, or other pets. Because lice cannot jump or fly, they crawl from one person to another, using their claws to grab onto hair.

Head Lice - Treatment and Removal

How Can I Tell if I or Someone Else Has Head Lice?

You may start to feel them moving. You can VIEW HEAD LICE PICTURES here and identify if what you see is head lice or not. You can also stop by one of our Head Lice Treatment Clinics and have our Lice Removal technicians give you a professional and thorough head check.

After Head Lice - What to do?

Can I Get Head Lice Again?

Unfortunately, you can get head lice again. Our lice treatments are 99.9% effective and will treat and remove your head lice. We remove the nits and kill the eggs, so you will be fully lice free. That doesn’t stop you from getting reinfected from contact with someone else who has head lice. If you or your family come in contact with someone with active lice, nits and eggs, you can get lice again – and you and that person will need to be treated again.

You can avoid head lice by spraying your head every day with Lice Lifters Lice deterrent mint spray. Lice do not like the smell of mint. In addition, wear your hear pulled back in a ponytail or bun as well as avoiding head to head contact.

Have a Question?

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