School’s Out, but Head Lice Are Still Lurking About

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School’s out for the summer, but unfortunately, head lice is in!

While head lice are more commonly associated with school-age children, they can affect anyone at any time. As the school year ends and summer activities begin, there’s an increased risk of head lice infestations as kids head to summer and outdoor sports camps. It’s important to take preventative measures to avoid head lice, especially during summer activities.

Where Do You Get Head Lice?

Head lice are a common problem, affecting millions worldwide each year. Head lice are typically spread through direct head-to-head contact, but they can also be transmitted through sharing personal items like hairbrushes, combs, hats, or headphones. Additionally, head lice can spread through contact with infected bedding, clothing, or other personal items. Once an infestation occurs, head lice can quickly spread, making it important to act fast to prevent further spread.

Why Summer Activities Increase the Risk of Head Lice

Summer activities such as camps, vacations, and sports can increase the risk of head lice infestations. In these settings, children are often near each other, which makes it easier for head lice to spread. Additionally, communal items like towels, bedding, and hair accessories can contribute to the spread of head lice. It’s important to be aware of the risk of head lice during summer activities and take preventative measures to avoid infestations.

How to Prevent Head Lice Infestations

The best way to prevent head lice infestations is to avoid head-to-head contact with others. Additionally, it’s important to avoid sharing personal items like hairbrushes, combs, hats, or headphones. Regularly checking for lice can also help catch an infestation early, before it spreads. Another preventative measure is the Licefreee Spray, a quick and easy preventative measure to keep on hand during summer activities. The spray can be used on hair and other personal items to help prevent head lice infestations. 

How to Treat Head Lice Infestations

If a head lice infestation does occur, it’s important to act quickly to prevent further spread and discomfort. The Licefreee Ultimate Family Kit is an effective treatment option that can be used at home. The kit includes everything needed to treat head lice infestations, including a non-toxic lice treatment spray, a lice comb, and a household spray to kill lice on bedding and other items. 

In conclusion, head lice infestations can happen anytime, but the risk can increase during summer activities. It’s important to take preventative measures, such as avoiding head-to-head contact and regularly checking for lice, to avoid infestations. The Licefreee Spray is a quick and easy preventative measure to keep on hand during summer activities. If a head lice infestation does occur, the Licefreee Ultimate Family Kit is an effective treatment option to quickly and easily treat the infestation. By taking preventative measures and acting quickly, head lice infestations can be avoided or quickly resolved, allowing summer activities to continue without interruption.

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