The Universe works in mysterious ways. It’s often when we’re alone in the comfort of our home that we wonder what lies beyond the world we know.
Do aliens exist?
How many planets are there besides the ones we know?
Can we really inhabit Mars in the future?
How did lice come into being?
While science is still in the process of answering the first three questions, it’s the last one that we spend our precious time wondering about.
Lice are mysterious critters that seem to attack when we least expect it. They leave us perplexed, never wanting to leave our side. No matter how hard we try, it seems they’re always going to be there, bugging us to no end!
But can lice be treated and removed? How does one contract lice? How long have they been around? You probably have tons of questions. And guess what? We’ve got the answers!
Lice can live up to 30 days. As long as they have access to human blood, they’ll continue to thrive. But despite having a lifespan of 30 days, they continue to multiply. This means that once a louse dies, it’s quickly replaced by another one.
A female louse can lay up to 6 or 7 eggs in a day. The eggs hatch within a week and it takes the nymphs almost 9 days to become adults. The cycle then continues.
In a nutshell, you can be dealing with hundreds of critters within a span of 4 weeks!
Unfortunately, lice have been around for as long as we have. Researchers have even found Egyptian mummies with head lice!
There have been records dating back to 3,100 B.C. that show that the Egyptians were tortured by these pesky parasites and went above and beyond to look for a “cure.”
No, of course not! With the right treatment, you can become lice-free in no time. A lice removal service can help you become lice-free without dealing with harsh chemicals and online remedies.
As the leading lice removal service in Florida, Lice Troopers has the expertise and tools to remove lice in one sitting. In addition, we also offer head lice removal at home to individuals looking for discreet solutions.
Our natural treatments ensure that you leave our salon happy and lice-free. Our products won’t damage your hair, unlike the ones found online and in local pharmacies.
Feel free to contact us to book an appointment today!