How to Get Rid of Head Lice

A cute little girl is being checked for lice using a nit comb.

Dealing with head lice can be a frustrating and persistent challenge. If you've found yourself treating head lice more than once, you're not alone. A recent survey revealed that a significant majority of parents had to complete multiple rounds of treatment before being clear and free! In this article, we'll delve into effective methods for removing head lice and introduce you to a solution that can make the process smoother – the Licefreee Ultimate Family Kit.

Understanding Lice Infestations

Head lice infestations often prove to be more stubborn than we expect. According to a survey conducted in June 2023, out of 1100 parents, 84% reported needing more than one treatment. Even more surprising is that most of these cases (61%) were due to reinfestations, not just retreating the same initial infestation. This highlights the need for a comprehensive approach to tackling head lice.

The Best Way to Prevent Reinfestation

1. Thorough Screening: Conduct a comprehensive head check for live lice and nits (lice eggs) before starting any treatment. This step is crucial in targeting the problem effectively. Using the Licefreee NitDuo comb, section off hair and comb thoroughly from the scalp to the ends of the hair. After each pass with the comb, wipe the teeth of the comb on a napkin to remove any potential lice or nits.

2. Treatment Products: Lice are especially tenacious, and typical shampoos and conditioners do not rid these pests. Use specialty lice products to fight an infestation. Licefreee products are created specially to help prevent and stop lice. The Licefreee Ultimate Family Kit is an all-in-one solution to stop lice infestations and prevent reinfestations. Begin with the kit's Licefreee Spray. Saturate the scalp and hair with the solution and allow it to air dry. Using the provided NitDuo comb, thoroughly comb the home from the scalp to the tips of the hair, removing any dead lice or nits.

3. Follow-Up Treatment: Once you have completed the initial treatment, you should continue follow-up treatment to prevent reinfestation. Licefreee Everyday Shampoo is the best option for families seeking long-term prevention. Replace your traditional shampoo with Licefreee Everyday Shampoo for two weeks following the infestation.

4. Household Cleaning: Lice can survive off the scalp briefly. Wash bedding, clothing, and personal items in hot water, and vacuum upholstery and floors to minimize the risk of reinfestation. For any household items like upholstery and furniture that cannot wash, use the provided Licefreee Home Spray. The spray effectively kills any dislodged lice or nits and is safe to use on furniture and fabrics. 

5. Conduct Regular Checks: Even after successful treatment, perform regular head checks to catch any potential reinfestations early.

Introducing the Ultimate Family Kit:

The Ultimate Family Kit offers a comprehensive solution to address the persistent issue of recurring lice infestations. This kit is designed to equip families with all the tools they need to tackle lice effectively. It includes treatments, combs, and educational resources to empower parents in their lice-fighting journey.

Dealing with head lice can be a challenging experience, especially when treatments need to be repeated. Understanding the nature of lice infestations and adopting a comprehensive approach can significantly improve your chances of getting rid of these persistent pests. The Ultimate Family Kit is a valuable resource, providing the necessary tools to combat lice and prevent reinfestations. Persistence and a multifaceted strategy are crucial to achieving a lice-free household.


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