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How to Get Rid of Lice Permanently at Home

Usually, the young are the ones most exposed to the attack of lice, especially girls by their long hair. This is a very common thing, but it does not mean that you should not give importance, since being a pest lice can be multiplied more and more, seriously hurting the person who has them and propagating them to other people. The lice love the scalp, they cling so much to him that sometimes it is very difficult to remove them from the head, the female lice give birth to nits and these become baby nymphs until they become lice, that is why we say that if you do not eliminate them from immediately in a short time the head will be infested by these nasty insects. But, now the wait and worry are over, we will tell you how to get rid of lice permanently.

How to get rid of lice permanently

How to get rid of lice permanently:-

You can use the following things;

  • Vinegar:-

It is an old method and tried but not too modern. It is necessary to prepare a solution by mixing vinegar with water in a ratio of 1 to 2.

  • Cranberry juice:-

It is considered the most popular and mild natural method to cure head lice. No irritation is caused by this method. Heads process fresh juice, there will be lots of itching.2 handfuls (about 75g) of fresh berries and pureed juice obtained treat the scalp and hair at along the entire length and let it dry completely (can be done at night). A week later, be sure to repeat it.

  • Aniseed oil:-

Not only can this oil fight the parasites, it also relieves the itching of the combed wounds. The oil should be rubbed on the scalp, and then apply all the hair and a comb. After 4 hours, you can start combing the dead insect nits and remove the nails. A week later, it is necessary to repeat the operation in order to avoid a relapse.

How to get rid of lice permanently:-

Apart from the above things you can also follow these steps if you want to know how to get rid of lice permanently.

Step 1: Apply white vinegar:-

Boil white vinegar and let it cool a little. Put the infected person kneeling in front of the bathtub with their heads upside down and pour hot vinegar over the entire scalp and hair. You have to boil as much vinegar as necessary to cover hair and scalp.

Important Note:- Be careful not to apply it too hot not to burn the skin and also to make sure you do not suffer an allergic reaction to vinegar (especially in the delicate skin of the children). It is quite rare that this happens but it can happen (with vinegar and with any natural product). If you feel stinging, burning and excessive irritation, rinse quickly. Although to kill lice is more effective to use pure vinegar, in very delicate skins it is advisable to dilute the vinegar with a little water.

Step 2: Wrap hair in plastic:-

Drain the hair and place cooking plastic (the one used to wrap the cheeses) around the whole head, so that the smell and action of the vinegar are enclosed in the hair and do not come out. That is, do not leave holes in the open air. This first step serves to kill lice. Let it act for 1 hour.

Step 3: Apply olive oil:-

When the time has elapsed, remove the plastic, rinse the hair and, just as you did with the vinegar, thoroughly soak all the hair and scalp with extra virgin olive oil. This step serves to remove the nits, which is really impossible to achieve with conventional chemicals. Re-wrap the head with another plastic, and let the oil act for 1 hour. You will see how effective it is to remove the nits. The oil makes the nits loose the natural glue you used Hair, so getting rid of them is much easier. In addition, olive oil nourishes hair and moisturizes deeply.

Step 4: Pass the lice comb through hair:-

After the hour, remove the plastic and comb the hair, from the root to the tips, with a metal comb. This detail is very important. The combs that are made of plastic are really useless because they are not able to drag the nits (maybe they do it on purpose so you have to buy the product more times). Instead, the metal combs, open enough to let the hair pass, and nothing else.

Step 5: Shampoo:-

Once you make sure that no nits are left attached to the hair, wash the hair with the shampoo that you use to use it (if it is ecological, the better). It is possible that the hair is not as clean as other times due to olive oil. You have two options: if you do not care too much about this aspect, you can leave the hair somewhat impregnated with oil to nourish it in depth during the following days, you can even comb it as if you were wearing natural wax or gum. But if you dislike this aspect, you can wash it more times with the shampoo until the oil disappears completely.

Step 6: Apply a mixture of oils:-

Make a small mixture of oils for later application: put a tablespoon of vegetable coconut oil and add two drops of eucalyptus essential oil and two drops of tea tree essential oil. Apply the mixture to the edges of the scalp following the hairline (ears, temples, forehead, and nape). This mixture of oils is the most effective, but if you do not have them all, the tea tree will suffice. This step serves to reinforce the action of all the previous steps and to avoid re-infestations of any lice that may have been left by our surroundings. This mixture is, in fact, very effective to apply around the scalp in times when there are lice in the head. Their smell will scare them away and prevent them from conquering their heads as a subsistence camp.

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