It doesn’t matter how well your day started. The moment you’re happy about it, something is bound to go wrong. You can call it Murphy’s Law or you can call it a stroke of bad luck.
From spilling coffee on your brand new shirt, to your dog, Max, tearing your work documents, the things that make us angry are the things we least expect to happen.
Just like head lice.
One moment you’re chatting with coworkers and drinking coffee, the next thing you know, a thick, brown, tiny critter is crawling on your desk.
But before we get into that, the biggest mystery is: how did this annoying little parasite make its way to your head? You know you can’t contract lice. After all, your head is cleaner than a box of Kleenex. You take a bath every day!
But unfortunately, it doesn’t work that way. There are a number of reasons people contract lice. Here are a three reasons you possibly have too:
We’re always looking for ways to take the best selfie for the ‘Gram. And that’s how your head comes into contact with a lice victim, and the rest you know, is history.
Head lice have a funny way of showing up unexpectedly and they’re faster than the Flash when it comes to breeding.
It isn’t until you have a full-blown infestation that you realize what’s actually going on. The skin condition you thought flared up during winters turned out to be an annoying critter nestling in your luscious locks.
But hey, it can happen to anyone, so avoid victim-shaming because your friend probably doesn’t even know they have lice! In fact, a lot of people confuse nits with dandruff.
There’s a reason why you should carry your own comb your brush with you at all times. If you’ve used a lice victim’s hairbrush, the chances are, you’ve contracted them too! Yikes!
Lice can get stuck inside hairbrushes and they can survive 3 days without human blood. That’s plenty of time to move onto a new victim.
You’re probably wondering if all of this is a dream…or a nightmare. But don’t worry, with the right treatments, you can get rid of head lice in no time.
So, what should you do if you think you’ve contracted lice?
Call a lice removal specialist!
Lice removal clinics such as ours use natural treatments to address the problem. We use special combs to take care of the problem, making sure nits and lice from each strand of hair are removed.
If you’re looking for lice removal services in Hollywood and Pembroke Pines, Florida, we’ve got your back!
We offer in-home treatments, as well as home inspection services to keep lice-free for good!