School and Lice are Back! Use this Kit to Stay in Class

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As the new school year begins, so does the return of a common nuisance: head lice. These pesky critters thrive in close contact environments, making schools an ideal breeding ground. Don't let lice disrupt your child's education. Discover the Licefreee Ultimate Family Kit, the best head lice treatment kit to keep your family lice-free and ensure uninterrupted classroom attendance.

Understanding the Lice Problem

Head lice infestations are a common occurrence, especially among school-aged children. Lice are tiny insects that live on the scalp, feeding on blood and laying eggs (nits) on the hair shafts. Infestations can cause intense itching and discomfort, leading to distractions in the classroom and potential spread to other students.

Everything You Need to Treat Lice

Treating head lice is a multi-step process and requires specially formulated products to prevent further spreading. The Licefreee Ultimate Family Kit is a comprehensive solution to eliminate head lice and their eggs. It contains everything you need to combat lice infestations and prevent their recurrence.

Here's everything you need to treat a lice infestation (Psst! It's all included in The Licefreee Ultimate Family Kit!).

Nit Comb

A high-quality nit comb is especially helpful for diagnosing head lice. During a scalp inspection, you'll section off hair, comb thoroughly from the scalp to the ends, and search for any lice or nits. Additionally, you'll use a nit comb to remove dead lice and nits from the hair after treatment. 

Lice Treatment Solution

A robust lice treatment solution is necessary to kill lice and their eggs in a single application. However, you'll want to ensure your solution is free of harsh, damaging chemicals. Licefreee Spray is the ultimate solution for safe lice treatment. Saturate the hair and scalp with the spray and let it air dry. Once dry, comb through the hair with a nit comb to remove dead lice and nits.

Home Spray

To prevent reinfestation, treat household items such as bedding, stuffed animals, and clothing that may have come into contact with lice. This helps ensure thorough lice eradication and prevents their spread within the family. Licefreee Home Lice Control Spray is a non-toxic solution for household items that cannot be machine washed. Spray on upholstery or furniture and let dry. We highly recommend machine washing any linens or clothes and drying them on a hot cycle to kill any debris.

Staying Lice-Free

In addition to using the Licefreee Ultimate Family Kit, it's important to take preventive measures to minimize the risk of lice infestation:

Teach children about lice prevention

Educate your child about the importance of not sharing hats, combs, brushes, or other personal items with their classmates.

Regularly check for lice

Conduct routine head checks to detect lice early before an infestation becomes severe. Focus on the scalp, behind the ears, and at the nape of the neck.

Encourage good hygiene practices

Teach your child to maintain good hygiene habits, including regular hair washing and tying long hair in a braid or ponytail to minimize lice transmission.

Don't tally up extra sick days this year because of lice. With the Licefreee Ultimate Family Kit, you have the best head lice treatment at your disposal. Take action against lice infestations, follow the treatment process diligently, and implement preventive measures to ensure your family remains lice-free throughout the school year.

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