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- April 7, 2008 at 7:55 pm #257124
The shampoos and cleaners are okay but the
ONLY way to get rid of them is to remove every single egg from the host.
Leaving just one will cause a re-infestation. You can also teach your children
how to avoid them (not sharing hairbrushes or hats, no head to head touching –
really big with girls; etc) I know how horrible this is – my daughter
got them in kindergarten so bad she missed an entire week of school!! I
literally spent hours each day going through her hair making sure I got them
Of course, she has the thickest and curliest hair of anyone I’ve
ever met! She is in 3rd grade now and hasn’t gotten them
again; I still check her hair once a week routinely and if I ever see her itch I
check then, too 10.0pt;font-family:Wingdings;color:navy;”>J And I ask often if anyone has been out with them.
I need to
get ride of them and keep them gone. Thanks!
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