Littlebugs Pesticide Free Lice Removal Kit
Littlebugs Pesticide Free Lice Elimination Kit removes, prevents and treat lice without pesticides or other toxic, harsh chemicals. Eliminate Lice in 3 Easy Steps!
Step 1: Littlebugs Mint Serum: is a pesticide-free product for head lice elimination. Shake well and apply to dry hair. Let sit in hair for 15 minutes. Wash out Mint Serum.
Step 2: Littlebugs Nit Spray: Is a pesticide-free product for nit and egg elimination. Apply to damp hair. Let sit for 5 minutes. Reapply Nit Spray and wait an additional 5 minutes.
Step 3: Patent-Pending Littlebugs Lice Comb: Is for the removal of lice and nit debris. After using Littlebugs Mint Serum and Nit Spray, comb through hair thoroughly.
- Contains NO PESTICIDES!
- Safe for the entire family.
- Good for your scalp and hair.
- Made from over 96% Natural resources.
- Made from 100% Renewable resources!
- 100% Biodegradable!
- Made in the USA
About Head Lice
Signs & Symptoms of Head Lice:
The activity and movement of head lice usually causes a ticklish sensation. An allergic reaction can result from the bite of a head louse, which will cause itching and may result in sores from scratching too frequently.
Catching Head Lice:
Preschool and elementary school children are most at-risk for catching head lice, which spread most readily through direct contact. This often happens while children are at play together, or together during school or sports. Head lice can also spread via infested clothing, especially hats, hair ribbons, or scarves; through infested brushes, combs, and towels; or even through infested furniture like beds and pillows.
Common Head Lice Myths:
Pets and other animals do not play a role in their spread. Anyone can get a head lice infestation, and it is not a sign of poor hygiene.
Spotting Head Lice:
The simplest way to diagnose head lice is to find them on the scalp or hair of a person by using a fine-toothed comb and magnifying glass to search. Although small and fast-moving, a louse or nymph (an immature louse) may be found, particularly around the ears or near the neckline at the back of the head. Nits, or lice eggs, can be found attached to the hair shaft near the scalp.
Treating Head Lice:
In addition to the product instructions outlined above, treating a head lice infestation can be a multi-step process, as all other members of an affected person's household should be checked for signs of lice and treated if diagnosed. Bedding, clothing, pillow cases, towels, and other fabric items worn or used by the affected should be thoroughly machine washed and dried with hot water and hot air cycles.
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