Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of images
from Parenting

Stop Scratching Your Head: Real Lice Advice You Can Use

Lice is most common in daycares and elementary schools, because kids tend to jump all over each other during play. Learn how to treat and prevent them. (via Parenting.com) #lice #advice #treatment #americanbaby

from Lolly Jane

How to treat and prevent lice

How to treat lice!! How to prevent lice! You may have all of these household items laying around your home. Safeguard yourself and kids before they invade! How to treat and prevent lice!

1
from Paper Trail Design

What I Learned when my Daughter Got Head Lice

What I learned about how to get rid of head lice quickly when we found nits and lice in my daughter's hair. Treat lice effectively without expensive shampoo For future reference. Hopefully won't need this

4
2
from The Homesteading Hippy

How to Treat Lice in Chickens

[Chickens] Here's a quick guide about treating chicken lice. Do you have a tried and true method? How to treat lice in chickens~The Homesteading Hippy #backyardchickens #urbanchickens

31
3

How to get rid of lice and nits fast

1

For future reference... Coconut oil + apple cider vinegar to treat head lice. Pin now and pray I never need!.

6
1
from LIVESTRONG.COM

How to Treat Head Lice During Pregnancy

Lice, or pediculus humanus capitis, are wingless, parasitic insects that annually affect approximately 6 to 12 million U.S. children ages 3 to 11. Lice...

from Paper Trail Design

What I Learned when my Daughter Got Head Lice

What I learned about how to get rid of head lice quickly when we found nits and lice in my daughter's hair. Treat lice effectively without expensive shampoo.

1
from eHow

How to Treat Lice With Listerine

How to Treat Lice With Listerine | eHow

from eHow

How to Treat Lice with Olive Oil

No chemical treatments. Saturate your scalp and hair with olive oil, cover with shower cap and wait. The olive oil smothers the little critters and the added bonus is you get a deep conditioning treatment! To remove nits from hair shaft, use apple cider vinegar, as it dissolves the 'glue' that holds it to the shaft! Great stuff and it's totally safe!

1