Does your head stop itching right after using a lice treatment shampoo or does it take a while?
Head Lice Treatment
I used the shampoo, but my head is still itching a little. I’m living overseas and can’t find a fine toothed comb anywhere. I did my best to get the eggs out and just figured I have to go over it again in a week or so. I can’t find anymore bugs, so I’m wondering if it’s just leftover itching, like a mosquito bite or something. Anybody know?
.jpg”>Best way to make sure the shampoo killed all the lice and eggs you really have to shampoo a few times and make sure you cover every piece of your hair with the shampoo, once the shampoo gets all the lice and eggs your head should not itch any longer, it should be as soon as you rinse the shampoo off, if you rinse and it’s still itching then you probably didn’t get all the lice and eggs, or maybe you need to try a different lice shampoo.
Different Lice Treatment
I know someone who had lice, they tried two different shampoos before they finally got relief, they were relieved as soon as they got out of the shower, it’s supposed to work right a way, if your head still itches it means some lice or eggs are still on your scalp. It’s best to have someone help you massage the shampoo thoroughly through your scalp so every hair strand is covered in shampoo. Also, remember to wash your pillow sheets, bed sheets, clothes you wore in warm water so any lice or eggs will die.
Liceadex One Step Lice & Nit Removal Gel is a special, one of a kind, natural formula that provides a safe effective way to kill lice and their eggs, without traditional and potentially harmful pesticide ingredients like permethrin or pyrethrum found in many over the counter solutions or expensive, multiple-step, essential oil-based solutions. Our formulation is one of the fastest-acting and most effective products you will find today.
- Kills all lice and eggs naturally in minutes
- Contains no pesticides
- Allows for easy pain-free, tangle-free nit and debris removal
- Rinses completely clean without oily residue
- Can be used multiple times safely
- Can be used safely after “other” lice treatments have been done.
Additional Lice Treatment Resources
- Advanced Lice Treatment
- Signs of Head Lice
- Finding Head Lice
- Head Lice Infestation
- Life Cycle of Head Lice
- Getting Rid of Head Lice
Factoids on This Topic
- Head lice are rarely found on the body, eyelashes, or eyebrows.
- Vinegar with water is also a good home remedy for head lice.
- Getting head lice does not mean a person is dirty, but rather that they have been near someone with head lice.
- For both head lice and body lice, transmission can occur during direct contact with an infested individual.
- Several products are marketed by health food stores for treatment of head lice and are in wide use.
- If you are not sure if a person has head lice, the diagnosis should be made by a health care provider, school nurse, or a professional from the local health department or agricultural extension service.
- After the first head lice removal treatment, a retreatment is recommended within 7 to 10 days.
- Head lice are insects and parasites which can be found on a person’s scalp, behind the ears, and near the neckline at the back of the neck.
- Another essential part of the head lice treatment is to treat the environment to prevent your child, or another family member, from becoming infected again.
- Head lice infection, also known as pediculosis, is very common and can occur at any age, to either sex and is not limited to the poor or certain racial or ethnic groups.
- Choose a line of products that offers safe and effective lice removal, without the dangerous chemicals and harsh additives found in many lice removal products.
- Adults who live with children also have a higher risk of exposure to head lice.
- If crawling lice are not seen, finding nits within a 1/4 inch of the scalp confirms that a person is infested and should be treated.
- Tips to prevent and treat head lice in children. An average of 500 cases of head lice are found among Anne Arundel County students each year, according to the health department.
More on This from Twitter
- Head lice actually prefer to live on clean heads, not dirty ones.
- Lord jesus protect my head from the head lice of this hat I am borrowing at the #BuckOfStar
- RT @nickl0we: 12 year old girl updates status to “cant get u out of my head <3″ bitch do u have head lice or something