Lice

Heather - posted on 01/17/2016 ( 9 moms have responded )

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My daughter keeps getting lice from fathers house ,3rd time,he says he treated last time,I HAVE 3 TIMES, apparently he lied,I don't know what to do!!

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Dove - posted on 01/17/2016

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It actually doesn't cost any money to get rid of lice... other than the cost of the comb and some conditioner. You just have to be patient and persistent.

Heather - posted on 01/17/2016

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My girl also has long blonde ,thick hair to her bottom as well,I'm pulling mine out trying to keep hers healthy,mine just goes to school with a tight bun with hairspray,I braid it for visits with dad,last week she came home with some crazy hair style ,thanks to exes girlfriend ,I've asked her not to touch her hair,she's just does not care apparently ,no daycarejust to dad's on weekends with 5 boys and 4 adults,,AAAHHGG

Michelle - posted on 01/17/2016

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I hate the little buggers. My daughter seems to get them when she is in daycare during the school holidays (spending full days rather than just after school). The daycare always deny it though. It's the best thing that has worked on her hair and she a lot of hair that is almost to her bottom. It takes ages to use the nit combs on her hair.

Heather - posted on 01/17/2016

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Thank you I'm going to do the whole regiment again,then use nitwit spray and plaster her hair with hairspray before I braid it,,FINGERS CROSSED

Michelle - posted on 01/17/2016

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It's called NitWits. I'm in Australia and just get it in the supermarket. I don't know if they sell internationally but you could try.

Heather - posted on 01/17/2016

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What is the name of the oil spray,if I can't get it locally maybe I can get it through the mail or online

Michelle - posted on 01/17/2016

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The best product I have found is an oil spray. I don't know if you have the same things available where you live. It kills everything the first time and makes it so easy to get all the eggs out.

Dove - posted on 01/17/2016

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Those nasty little buggers can be quite persistent.

You need to comb out each and every single egg and bug... and comb thoroughly every 2-3 days for at least 2 weeks... or until you can comb and comb and comb and not find a single one.

If you miss even a single one (well... technically two) the infestation has a chance to start all over again.

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