Pediatrician Danielle Fisher, MD, co-medical director at Providence Saint John’s Health Center in Santa Monica, California, suggests trying tea tree oil as one of the home remedies for lice because it has powerful antiseptic properties 😊 Parasitology Research published a 2012 study that found that 1 percent tea tree oil was capable of eliminating 100 percent head lice in 30 minutes 😉 However, this test was done in a lab dish and not on a person’s head so the results might be different in reality. “The idea is…smother the lice and nits, and they die and can be removed 👍” Dr. Fisher warns, however, that there are mixed recommendations for how long to keep the oil on the head, and how often to repeat. Many experts recommend three to five treatments per week until the lice and nits have disappeared. Some people may develop a rash or skin irritation on the parts of the body where tea tree oil The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health warns that this oil should not be used. It is a good idea to test the oil first on your skin. Full-strength teatree oil should also be used in small amounts. 
Are you tired of having head lice in your hair? Head lice lice are the tiny parasites that survive The lice feeds off the scalp blood and scalp hair. It can also be contracted from people who have been infected. They reproduce rapidly and can cause itching sensations as well as red bumps on your scalp. Because they are so prolific, it is difficult to remove lice parasites. It can be tiring and slow. You can find home remedies for head lice here. 
Liceguard.com The author goes on to say that, similar to coconut oil you could try covering the lice with essential oils like tea tree oil or clove oil. It is possible to coat a comb instead of the hair works better than oiling up one’s hair. As with coconut oil, you’ll want to keep a thick coating of the oil in the hair and add a shower cap for sleeping through the night, and then repeat the process a few days later. Also, test a small drop of the oil on the back of your child’s hand prior to application to the hair, as some children may have an allergic reaction to certain oils.Smothering Techniques (a big thanks goes to Kawika Kuhn from Taishan, China having brought this to our attention). 
Herzindagi.com Head lice, which are small insects living in the head of humans and feed off blood from their scalps, can also be explained. Itching and irritation can be caused by head lice, which is a common problem. Head lice can be irritating and itchy. Children are the one who gets affected Head lice is a common problem in adults. However, it can sometimes be spread to children from other sources. The had spread of head lice is easy when people share clothing, belongings or even their own clothes. Eggs of the lice get attached to shed hair hatch Put on your shared clothes or other belongings. It’s not an easy task to do. Rid of hair You can get lice by using these home remedies regularly. Last modified by Lashon Swain, Pyongyang (North Korea), 62 days ago 
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