|Getting Rid of Lice Index|
- Detection with the best methods and treatment with the best products
- Info about Combs, Lotions, Liquids, Insecticides and Medication
- Facts and Information about different methods of Hair Lice Removal
- Prevention, Control, Treatment, Remedies and Medication for Dogs, Cats, Poultry and Humans
- Infestation in your home? Find a Control method here
- Pictures, Treatments, Facts and Info about their Life Cycle and how they infect us!
Lice Removal Products
Many people search for information on lice removal and not necessarily always for head lice. Although, head lice is probably the most common lice problem amongst families with young children aged 3-12 years old who attend nursery or school. There are many different products, treatments and remedies which can be bought over the counter at your local pharmacy or drug store, on-line or prescribed by the local doctor. As well as the removal of head, body and pubic lice, removing lice from our pets and our homes are also very important and vital in totally clearing infestations in our houses. Our homepage offers information on other types of lice and prevention techniques.
Natural Lice Removal
Our ancestors have been dealing with lice removal for centuries (without the use of modern day products) as these parasites are not a 'new' problem. We also now have regular improvement and advancements in products, that removing lice shouldn't cause too much difficulty. Some lice products may not be as effective as others though so it may help to ask friends, family and forums which products are the best to use. It shouldn't take long and it could save you time, effort and money in the long run. Certain strains of lice do have the ability to become immune to particular insecticides so you may opt to try some natural products firs.
Removal of Head Lice
For head lice removal, it is advisable to first purchase a metal detection comb (nit/lice comb). These combs are designed to help extract lice and eggs/nits out of the hair using fine closely packed teeth. For successful lice removal you must target the eggs, nymphs and adults otherwise eggs may later hatch and the problem will return. There are a whole host of remedies and treatments to assist, available in the form of lotions, shampoos, creams, sprays and liquids. Some contain insecticides (water or alcohol based) and others contain natural ingredients. There are also the options of homemade remedies, such as using Oil-based products like Vaseline, mayonnaise or olive oil.