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Guys, nits are the eggs.. the big creepy crawly are LICE 🤢
Just treat it! A once off treatment to kill all the live bugs and eggs wont bloody affect the kid. Keeping the lice on her head will affect those around her though so if U do that don’t bloody send her to school.
You can do the no chemical way, but you should keen your kid home for at least a week if that’s the route you take.
Your kid will pass it on and will become a big f**k off circle that doesn’t end.
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Nightly combing for 3 nights with an overuse of conditioner each time.
Hairspray and tee tree oil at school for the next two months to guard against any of the kids she’s already possibly given them to.
My highschool aged daughter has them lots. I alternate between k24 and pyrenthins is it called. And combing out with conditioner
Like above cheap conditioner and tea tree oil. Also, use a straightener on her hair for a couple of weeks, it kills the eggs.
I have tried the chemical free ways and have found nothing works quite as well as the chemical treatments.
Not chemical free and is frowned upon but works...but... fly spray! Use the non irritant one in the green can- tape a bag around the head tear a hole and spray through the hole to cover the scalp then tape the hole up massage it in wait a 20 mins. Then soak the hair in cheap conditioner and comb out. Then wash as usual. If you go to perfect potion and get the great outdoors blend of essential oil put it in a spray bottle and use it as a deterant spray afterwards that should keep them away.
I've done this to myself after catching nits from my nephew and no one to help me. Best ever.
Cheap white conditioner and nit comb. Shampoo with tea tree shampoo then dry, use a hair straightener- kills the little fuckers and their eggs. Make sure you wash all bedding , hats etc. they can live for 2 days without anyone to feed off 🤮
Ewwww hair pets freak me out.
The conditioner treatment is probably your best bet. On dry hair liberly apply conditioner and using a nitcomb, comb her her hair out. I think you are supposed to do it every day for a few weeks and then every few days. It should be on google to get the exact method. There are natural ranges of nit shampoo. I am not sure how well they work but in conjuction with the conditioner, it should do the job.