How Do I Get the Nits Out of My Little Girl's Hair?

Answer Head lice, which are also called nits, are common in school-age children. One child can get lice at school and bring it home to younger siblings or the entire family. The female louse deposits roug... Read More »

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How to Remove Nits from Hair?

Nits are the tiny eggs laid by head lice. While killing the adult bugs is necessary for complete lice treatment, getting rid of all nits (or eggs) is also necessary. Properly removing nits from hai... Read More »

How to Loosen Nits From Hair?

Nits are the eggs of lice. Lice are parasites that infect the body and live on the blood of the host. Lice are easily spread in close contact so they are very contagious. This problem is prevalent ... Read More »

How to Pick Nits Out of Children's Hair?

Head lice lay tiny white eggs on the shafts of human hair. These pin head-sized eggs are called nits and tend to stick to the hair shaft as if they were glued. Removal of nits is vital to stopping ... Read More »

Instructions for Combing Nits From the Hair?

Head lice lay eggs called nits, which usually hatch after seven to 10 days. Nits are white, oval-shaped eggs about 1.5 mm long. Lice usually lay nits on the hair near a person's scalp. If someone h... Read More »