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    maria
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    writting it down! Thanks

    TIMANDLOUANN@AOL.COM wrote: there is something called sulfer 8 on the market that i have used sucessfully on my daughter you put it on your hair and leave it for about an hour. put a plastic bag over your hair while you wait then wash, wash, wash with dawn dish soap. this stuff is a very thick creamy oil. you will find it in the health and beauty isle in walmart. after that vacuum, wash your sheets and spray everything with the lice spray and that should get rid of them. we had them for
    months until someone told me about that stuff and after 1 treatment we havent had them anymore, thank god. that was 4 years ago.


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    <DIV id="AOLMsgPart_2_ac444fdf-5f0c-429c-b261-56ce5251fc4c"> <DIV id="ygrp-msg"> My son went to spend the weekend with his grandmother and came home
    with head lice,I treated his head with NIX and then shaved it(no more
    head lice) But 3 days later,I got head lice!!! I have long hair,and am
    going crazy to get rid of them!! I have tried NIX,Peanut Butter,Mayo
    and Olive oil and my head is still itching like crazy! I passed the
    lice comb thru and thru and I dont see a thing( I hate those NIX lice
    combs!)What can I do? Is there anything(home remedy) that
    works that I
    hadn't tried already? I hate head lice for the sole reason that once
    you get them it takes forever to rid of them!!Help!

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  2. #10
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    Ok here is what I tried to no avail: These are mighty mutant bugs!!! Nix which is just useless! Mayo olive oil peanut butter tea tree oil Dennorex(teal bottle) Listerine(i think I got the orginal one,I used the tan one) some cream RXed by my sons doctor and still my head is itching especially at night! I have combed and combed and don't see anything! I must have the cleanest head on the block by now! I dont have a blow dryer,They just seem to keep getting stronger to live each year!!

    Stephanie Dark wrote: I have been told that taking a bottle of Cetaphil face wash (or the generic will work too), applying to wet hair, then blow drying & covering the head w/plastic wrap (or plastic shower cap) and letting it sit overnight will kill all the eggs (thickness & drying of Cetaphil is suffocating). The next morning just wash your hair as usual. Be sure to use the whole bottle, don't skimp!!! The goal is to have a thick head of the product all over your scalp.
    In general: These three clean up steps should be done once a week at the time of the weekly treatment. 1. Sterilize all the family's combs and brushes. You can choose one of two methods. You may soak the combs and brushes in isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol for 10 minutes or you may put them in the dishwasher on the
    full hot cleaning cycle. 2. Treat all bedding at the time of each lotion application. Take all sheets, pillow cases, blankets, comforters, and bedspreads from the beds in your house and run them in the dryer for 10 minutes on high temperature. Then put the bedding back on beds. You do not have to wash it. 3. Patients should change to new fresh clothes after each treatment. Put dirty clothes in the laundry hamper for later laundering. <DIV apple="true"><SPAN class="Apple-style-span" style="FONT-WEIGHT: normal;FONT-SIZE: 12px;COLOR: rgb(0,0,0);TEXT-INDENT: 0px;FONT-STYLE: normal;FONT-FAMILY: Casual;LETTER-SPACING: normal;BORDER-COLLAPSE: separate;FONT-VARIANT: normal;"> <SPAN class="Apple-style-span" style="FONT-WEIGHT: normal;FONT-SIZE: 12px;TEXT-TRANSFORM: none;COLOR: rgb(0,0,0);TEXT-INDENT: 0px;FONT-STYLE: normal;FONT-FAMILY: Casual;LETTER-SPACING: normal;BORDER-COLLAPSE: separate;FONT-VARIANT: normal;">
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  3. #11
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    Oh I tried that too! LOL Except I think I was supposed to buy the one with ammonia in it and bought Nice and Easy (no ammoinia)

    Lucy Anderson wrote: I heard (have not verified), that coloring your hair will take care of them.....



    <DIV class="gmail_quote">On Wed, Apr 30, 2008 at 2:59 PM, maria <secretwindow-jd1@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="gmail_quote" style="BORDER-LEFT: rgb(204,204,204) 1px solid;"> <DIV style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: rgb(255,255,255);"> My son went to spend the weekend with his grandmother and came home
    with head lice,I treated his head with NIX and then shaved it(no more
    head lice) But 3 days later,I got head lice!!! I have long hair,and am
    going crazy to get rid of them!! I have tried NIX,Peanut Butter,Mayo
    and Olive oil and my head is still itching like crazy! I passed the
    lice comb thru and thru and I dont see a thing( I hate those NIX lice
    combs!)What can I do? Is there anything(home remedy) that works that I
    hadn't tried already? I hate head lice for the sole reason that once
    you get them it takes forever to rid of them!!Help!

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    <div style="font-family:arial, helvetica, sans-serif;font-size:12pt;">Lice don't like hairspray or sticky hair products or dirty hair. When my daughters were continually getting them I finally decided to treat them with Nix, bought one of those$20 electric combs they sell at Wal Greens and combed their hair every night for2 weeks or until nothing showed up. Then on anongoing basisI washed their hair with T-tree oil, which I mixed myself and smells gawdawful (I bought the T-tree oil from a healthfood store and put it in their regular shampoo), and put mouse and gel and hair spray in their hair anytime they went out. We haven't had it since.
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    Ok here is what I tried to no avail: These are mighty mutant bugs!!!
    Nix which is just useless!
    Mayo
    olive oil
    peanut butter
    tea tree oil
    Dennorex(teal bottle)
    Listerine(i think I got the orginal one,I used the tan one)
    some cream RXed by my sons doctor
    and still my head is itching especially at night! I have combed and combed and don't see anything! I must have the cleanest head on the block by now! I dont have a blow dryer,They just seem to keep getting stronger to live each year!!

    Stephanie Dark <thedarks@astound. net> wrote:


    I have been told that taking a bottle of Cetaphil face wash (or the generic will work too), applying to wet hair, then blow drying & covering the head w/plastic wrap (or plastic shower cap) and letting it sit overnight will kill all the eggs (thickness & drying of Cetaphil is suffocating) . The next morning just wash your hair as usual. Be sure to use the whole bottle, don't skimp!!! The goal is to have a thick head of the product all over your scalp.

    In general:

    These three clean up steps should be done once a week at the time of the weekly treatment.
    1. Sterilize all the family's combs and brushes. You can choose one of two methods. You may soak the combs and brushes in isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol for 10 minutes or you may put them in the dishwasher on the full hot cleaning cycle.
    2. Treat all bedding at the time of each lotion application. Take all sheets, pillow cases, blankets, comforters, and bedspreads from the beds in your house and run them in the dryer for 10 minutes on high temperature. Then put the bedding back on beds. You do not have to wash it.
    3. Patients should change to new fresh clothes after each treatment. Put dirty clothes in the laundry hamper for later laundering.
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    Maria Jewlz
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    How long are you leaving the mayo or olive oil on your

    head? A couple of hours should do the trick.



    And are you sure you still have lice? You can still

    itch for a while after they're gone...





    --- maria <secretwindow-jd1@sbcglobal.net> wrote:



    > Ok here is what I tried to no avail: These are

    > mighty mutant bugs!!!

    > Nix which is just useless!

    > Mayo

    > olive oil

    > peanut butter

    > tea tree oil

    > Dennorex(teal bottle)

    > Listerine(i think I got the orginal one,I used the

    > tan one)

    > some cream RXed by my sons doctor

    > and still my head is itching especially at night!

    > I have combed and combed and don't see anything! I

    > must have the cleanest head on the block by now! I

    > dont have a blow dryer,They just seem to keep

    > getting stronger to live each year!!

    >

    > Stephanie Dark <thedarks@astound.net> wrote:

    > I have been told that taking a bottle of

    > Cetaphil face wash (or the generic will work too),

    > applying to wet hair, then blow drying & covering

    > the head w/plastic wrap (or plastic shower cap) and

    > letting it sit overnight will kill all the eggs

    > (thickness & drying of Cetaphil is suffocating).

    > The next morning just wash your hair as usual. Be

    > sure to use the whole bottle, don't skimp!!! The

    > goal is to have a thick head of the product all over

    > your scalp.

    >

    > In general:

    > These three clean up steps should be done once a

    > week at the time of the weekly treatment.

    > 1. Sterilize all the family's combs and brushes.

    > You can choose one of two methods. You may soak the

    > combs and brushes in isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol for

    > 10 minutes or you may put them in the dishwasher on

    > the full hot cleaning cycle.

    > 2. Treat all bedding at the time of each lotion

    > application. Take all sheets, pillow cases,

    > blankets, comforters, and bedspreads from the beds

    > in your house and run them in the dryer for 10

    > minutes on high temperature. Then put the bedding

    > back on beds. You do not have to wash it.

    > 3. Patients should change to new fresh clothes

    > after each treatment. Put dirty clothes in the

    > laundry hamper for later laundering.

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    FYI lice Love clean heads so it is not a matter of clean or dirty. Has anyone seen any lice on your head since all this treatments? Do you think that it could be an irratation from all the products and treatments, over washing your scalp? Like dry skin or dandruff. And if you think it is still the lice are you making sure they are not in or on your bedding, clothes, If you have a stuffed animal or something on your bed etc. Are you sure you got all the nits out if not you will keep getting them.

    maria <secretwindow-jd1@sbcglobal.net> wrote: Ok here is what I tried to no avail: These are mighty mutant bugs!!! Nix which is just useless! Mayo olive oil peanut butter tea tree oil Dennorex(teal bottle) Listerine(i think I got the orginal one,I used the tan one) some cream RXed by my sons doctor and still my head is itching especially at night! I have combed and combed and don't see anything! I must have the cleanest head on the block by now! I dont have a blow dryer,They just seem to keep getting stronger to live each year!!

    Stephanie Dark <thedarks@astound.net> wrote: I have been told that taking a bottle of Cetaphil face wash (or the generic will work too), applying to wet hair, then blow drying &
    covering the head w/plastic wrap (or plastic shower cap) and letting it sit overnight will kill all the eggs (thickness & drying of Cetaphil is suffocating). The next morning just wash your hair as usual. Be sure to use the whole bottle, don't skimp!!! The goal is to have a thick head of the product all over your scalp.
    In general: These three clean up steps should be done once a week at the time of the weekly treatment. 1. Sterilize all the family's combs and brushes. You can choose one of two methods. You may soak the combs and brushes in isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol for 10 minutes or you may put them in the dishwasher on the full hot cleaning cycle. 2. Treat all bedding at the time of each lotion application. Take all sheets, pillow cases, blankets, comforters, and bedspreads from the beds in your house and run them in the dryer
    for 10 minutes on high temperature. Then put the bedding back on beds. You do not have to wash it. 3. Patients should change to new fresh clothes after each treatment. Put dirty clothes in the laundry hamper for later laundering. <DIV apple="true"><SPAN class="Apple-style-span" style="FONT-WEIGHT: normal;FONT-SIZE: 12px;COLOR: rgb(0,0,0);TEXT-INDENT: 0px;FONT-STYLE: normal;FONT-FAMILY: Casual;LETTER-SPACING: normal;BORDER-COLLAPSE: separate;FONT-VARIANT: normal;"> <SPAN class="Apple-style-span" style="FONT-WEIGHT: normal;FONT-SIZE: 12px;TEXT-TRANSFORM: none;COLOR: rgb(0,0,0);TEXT-INDENT: 0px;FONT-STYLE: normal;FONT-FAMILY: Casual;LETTER-SPACING: normal;BORDER-COLLAPSE: separate;FONT-VARIANT: normal;">
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    Hi Donielle,



    If it has to be really cheap, you may want to check out the mobile home

    parks in your area. Around here they sometimes give the homes away for

    the fixing up. Then you would still have the lot rent, but probably

    cheaper than rent.



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    Yes, EVERYTHING needs to be treated. Things that can't be run on HOT

    in the dryer need to be bagged up andelft alone. Couches and such

    need to be sprayed with a special lice spray as well as all the seats

    in teh car, car seats, strollers, etc. Anything like rugs, drapes,

    couches, etc can temporarily 'host' lice.



    When lice are in ones hair, they tend to stick close to the scalp, so

    a haircut would not do alot of good. I remember getting them myself.

    I have full, thick hair almost to my waist. I was working a new job

    as a preschool teacher. Never having had lice, I did not know the

    symptoms. By the time it was discovered, i was completely infested

    (ewww!). I had my boyfriend at the time going through my hair,

    individually taking each egg (nit) out. It took him over 48 hours non-

    stop. I got so upset, I finally told him to take a knife and cut them

    out. I had a hairdresser that saw me after hours (they're not allowed

    to touch someone with lice). That did not help. I went to a

    dermatologist. Believe me...I was at wits end.



    If the mayo and all does not work, I can tell you somethign that

    might, but I have to deliver it with a warning. Kerosene will do the

    trick. If you use it, only do it on yourself. It is illegal to put it

    on your child's head. I think the warning is that it could cause

    neurological damage, but so can the prescription lice medicine they

    give you to use on children. If you use the kerosene, make sure it

    all gets rinsed out too.



    If you were able to leave the house for 2-3 days, that would be ideal

    as lice can not survive without a human body for very long. So, even

    if your house was infested with them, they would be dead upon

    returning. Just make sure you don't bring them along in suitcases or

    on your own heads.



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    wrote:

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    > The only thing I remember about lice was when my dd had them 8

    years ago. I

    > had to wash EVERYTHING she had been in contact with even the car.

    We took

    > all plush toys and put them in a garbage bag and tossed in the

    garage for 30

    > days, used a roach fogger in the car, steam cleaned carpets and

    couches,

    > washed all bedding and pillows even mattress. It was horrid and

    all I have

    > to do to start itching is hear the "L word"!

    >

    > Much luck with deinfesting your home,

    > Jacqui C. in NE Georgia Mntns

    > On Wed, Apr 30, 2008 at 5:59 PM, maria <secretwindow-jd1@...>

    > wrote:

    >

    > > My son went to spend the weekend with his grandmother and came

    home

    > > with head lice,I treated his head with NIX and then shaved it(no

    more

    > > head lice) But 3 days later,I got head lice!!!

    >










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