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Anonymous said: Okay, about the lice, I am a 15 year old and my mother has ridden out the idea of lice but I found two dead (possible) lice creatures in my hair. I do not own a comb but had used the mayo on the hair thing and did find atleast one go down the drain. I also just cut my hair so it's above my shoulders (because I have thick ass hair also). Do you have any advise as too what I should do now? : /
Long hair, short hair, greasy hair, whatever. The kind of hair you have doesn’t matter, if you’re not bald then you’re a home for lice. I’ve never heard of the mayo treatment but basically what I’ve always done to treat lice is:
1.) Bag any stuffed animals and put them in the freezer for at least ten hours. You can also put them in a garbage or ziplock bag for 15-20 days.
2.) Soak any hair ties, combs, bobby pins, etc.. in hot water for 15-20 minutes. If you can’t soak an items (i.e. a helmet or something) freeze those too.
3.) Take all your bedding/pillow cases and put them in the dryer for 30 minutes or wash them in hot water.
4.) Vacuum couches, cat or dog beds, your mattress, carpet, etc… for any fallen eggs.
5.) Do the oil treatment every other week for about a month (for any unhatched eggs). You can also purchase lice treatments from the drugstore that are just oil based and do come with a lice comb, but they are found over the counter.
I highly reccomend Resultz, it’s over the counter and just an oil and it comes with a comb. It’s not medicated, so maybe your mom will purchase it for you?
You really do need a lice comb because if the lice eggs are not at least an inch from your scalp they’ll continue to hatch. Run the comb through small sections of your hair (it takes a very long time when you have thick hair) after every shower for at least a month.
Some people recommend less then a month or more, but I say at least a month because of my experience at what worked best for me. All of the things I listed can seem extreme, but it’s always best to be safe that sorry and it sucks when lice comes back.
If your mom won’t but you a lice comb/treatment, try to get one yourself or see if someone else will purchase one for you. Lice combs ate vital for getting rid of lice.
Gross. I know. I feel itchy just thinking about them.
I’m pretty sure everyone knows what lice is and has experienced it at least once in their lifetime. If you don’t know what they are (I don’t know why you wouldn’t) they’re nasty little bugs that live on your scalp, feed off blood, and lay eggs that stick like cement on the hair shaft at the base of the scalp (nits). Oh, and the worst part is that they itch like crazy. It’s not the action of them biting that makes you scalp itchy, it’s their saliva.
Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way let’s move on. We all know of the harsh chemical treatment you can buy and those horrible metal nit combs. FIrst off, you don’t need a metal comb the plastic ones work just fine as long as you use them how you’re supposed to use them.
So we all know of that nasty chemical treatment you have to buy? Of course we do, we’ve probably all use it. The thing is, you don’t need that. You don’t even have to go out and buy any lice treatment.
Lice breath through their skin.
Clogged skin = dead.
How do you clog their skin? Oil. Like veggie oil, canola oil, extra virgin, etc… I’m sure we all have at least one of those in our home. Saturate the hair and let the oil soak for 1-2 hours and there you go, no more lice and silky soft hair.
I suffered from lice constantly when I was younger. Trust me, this works like a charm.