Have you or your children ever had lice? Growing up in a hot, humid climate it was fairly common. Here are some tips and tricks to help moms deal with lice.
Most moms of school-age children, no matter their age, have had to face this bitey predicament at least one time in their lives. The bitey problem, of course, is the problem of lice. A lot of parents have then been forced to learn how to manage everything connected to this problem. Things such as the outbreaks of itchiness, stinky foams to apply, and trying brushes and combs of all kinds. However, in America and now even in Europe, there is a new treatment that not only is natural, but also very effective. This treatment does not require toxic elements or tiring and costly sessions of head analysis.
Who Discovered This Amazing Solution?
The inventor of this method was Dale Clayton, a biology professor from Utah University. He used his abilities as a researcher to solve a problem that involved him as a father. His product is called AirAllé and claims to eliminate the 99.3% of the eggs, which are called nits, in about half an hour. It works with a very high temperature of over 135 degrees, air flux, time (30 seconds for each area), and a technique with a specific tool that is similar to a hair dryer. Moreover, there is a certain program to follow in order to succeed in the treatment of every area of the head.
What happens next? A story with a Non-Itchy ending
What is surprising about this is that many people are using this technique as a way to start their own business. A British woman from Essex, has created a business called “Lice Clinics”, and after a successful experiment now looks forward to opening at least a hundred shops in her country. There are few in the surroundings of London, where every service costs between 100 and 150 pounds, but more and more requests come every day.
Use Products for Prevention
There are a few products out on the market that you can use for lice prevention, one of the more popular ones is a line of products called Fairy Tales. Fairy Tales has shampoo, conditioner, and a detangling spray. These products are meant to repel lice, not kill them once they have taken up residence in your children’s hair. If you don’t care for this particular brand, then you can also try a tea tree oil shampoo, lavender oil shampoo, or a coconut oil shampoo.
If chemicals aren’t your thing, then you could also try the new NIX electronic lice comb. This little comb detects lice and kills them on contact. Is it too good to be true? You’ll have to give it a try and let me know.
I hope that you found this article about lice helpful. If you need a little cheering up after your lice epidemic, go check out my article about happiness. It’s located at this link right here.