Published on January 3, 2020
It’s tough finding a hair care routine that works well during winters. But when you do find one, it’s even tougher sticking to it if you end up with head lice.
That’s just great.
Now you’re going to have to work extra hard to get rid of these nasty parasites from your hair, so that you can try out new hair care products and hairstyles.
But just because you’ve contracted lice doesn’t mean your curls are doomed and there’s nothing you can do about it.
Use these great tips to turn that frown upside down:
Home remedies may work for skin care and upset stomachs, but they definitely don’t work for head lice. That’s because these remedies require mixing different kitchen products together to create a concoct that can damage the roots of your hair.
Now, if you think about it, does it really make sense to mix mayonnaise, apple cider, baking powder, and tea tree oil together?
It’s basically a recipe for disaster!
Mayonnaise, apple cider and baking soda are acidic, and tea tree oil can dry your scalp. When you combine these products together, you risk temporary hair fall.
But do they get rid of lice? Not really.
You’re back to square one.
If you think home remedies are bad, well, think again. Over-the-counter products are worse.
That’s because they’re created using harsh chemicals like lindane. Lindane has been classified as a carcinogenic by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
According to the FDA., the side-effects of lindane include:
Lice shampoos with lindane always recommend that you leave them in for a couple of hours. And when the shampoo doesn’t work, it’s recommended that you try again.
Since the insecticide is toxic and carcinogenic, it’s best to avoid using it altogether.
We’re glad you asked!
It’s our moment to shine.
If you’re looking for natural lice removing methods, have no fear, we’re here!
We make sure to prioritize the health and well being of our clients before anything else. The products we use are non-toxic and aren’t laden with harsh chemicals. We have a chemical-free policy that we follow strictly.
We also use special combs to make sure no damage occurs to the roots of your hair. One of the problems with generic lice combs is that they’re made from poor quality materials and thus, can irritate your scalp. They also pull at your hair and lead to temporary hair loss.
But this isn’t a problem you’ll face with us!
We make sure to use natural methods to ensure no louse is left behind.
Feel free to give us a call at 732-806-7717.