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The consistent raking of fingernails through the hair to satiate that annoying itch is always troubling, even more so when you realize that it may be lice! On the other hand, if you do not have any itches, you’re safe…or so it may appear.
Head lice are incredibly sneaky. From the time they latch on to your locks, till the time they populate in your hair, there may be no apparent indication that they exist at all.
Lice will evidently create a sense of unease through the strange “crawling” sensation in your scalp. However, they might still not create an itch. Most people wait for the itchiness in their or their child’s head after suspecting a lice infestation, not knowing that it may never come.
The itch you experience when you have lice is due to louse saliva, an excretion deposited on your skin when lice break your skin to get to the blood in the epidermal layers of your scalp. Human skin generally responds with an allergic reaction to this compound, however, not everyone is averse to it. You can have tens of lice in your hair, without every needing to scratch your scalp once!
In case you are worried that you are one of the immune individuals, watch out for these symptoms of head lice instead:
It is important to have your head checked as soon as you suspect that you have been exposed to someone’s head lice. If you have children, make sure to check their hair, and yours, every once in a while. Even if an itch is to occur, this sign may not come forward till the lice have already settled and laid nits all over your locks.
Lice Troopers’ lice screening and removal expertise can help you. Our lice doctors are familiar with the symptoms of head lice, having tackled every kind of lice infestation over the years. Call us today at 800-403-5423 to get a hold our professional lice removal services. We also offer in home lice treatment service Pinecrest and Kendall.
The best offense is a great defense. Keep an eye on your hair, keep an eye on your child’s hair, and choose a natural treatment to come out on top of a lice infestation in a healthy way.