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Headhunters Pro Lice Treatment Kit & Wipeout Instructions

PRO LICE KIT INSTRUCTIONS

  1.  Using Wipe Out on dry hair, saturate the entire head of hair working from root to  tip. For more detailed instructions on applying Wipeout please consult Section 2.
  2.  Massage into scalp.
  3. Let sit for 20 minutes. (You can choose to shampoo and condition the hair before moving to step four to make the combing less messy)
  4. Thoroughly detangle the hair.
  5. Working in one inch...

Lice and Hygiene

There are many misconceptions, both on the internet and in the world, about the role that personal hygiene plays when it comes to lice. Most people assume that if there are lice present, that basic hygiene is being neglected, which is almost never the case. What most people don’t take into account is that lice are a human parasite. Lice feed off of human blood and do not care about the state of...

Celebrate Summer Camp Season Lice Free

Summer Camp Season Is Here

Each year the Head Hunters team visits summer camps all across Georgia before start of the camp season. We check every child there for head lice before they settle into their cabins for the summer in order to help prevent any outbreaks of head lice. If cases of head lice are identified, our technicians treat the child on site so that they can stay and enjoy their camp...

Benefits of Lemon Oils for the Hair and Scalp

Lemon oil reduces dandruff, absorbs oils, and sanitizes the scalp
Lemon has Many Surprising Benefits for the Hair and Scalp and can Help with Both Oily and Dry Scalp Issues.

Lemon Oil and Lemongrass are all excellent natural oils for your hair. Not only do they cleanse the scalp but they also help your hair stay healthy and shine. The citrus flavored oil comes from the oil glands on lemon rinds. It is a drying and clarifying oil ideal for an oily scalp. If you...

Can Head Lice be on Other Areas of the Body?

woman scratches neck because of lice
Having head lice can make you feel itchy all over, but the good news is that the lice on your head will not spread to other areas of your body.

In this business we get lots of questions about lice because it can be difficult to find reliable information about head lice. A common question we get is “Can head lice spread to other areas?” The short answer to this question is NO. However, there are...

The Truth about Lice in your Eye Lashes'

The Truth about “Eye Lice”


An image of a child's eyelashes infested with nits.
Signs of lice on the eyelashes include itching, irritation, redness, and visible nits attached to the lashes.

When a parent discovers a lice infestation, often the first thing they do (besides feel very itchy!) is take to the internet to research lice and how it should be treated. Anyone who has researched head lice will know that there is a lot of information out...


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