Lil Buggers Prevention System $60

Had lice? Don’t want it again? Know someone who has lice and want to prevent it from coming home with you?

Lil Buggers Shampoo & Lil Buggers Conditioner

When used daily, Lil Buggers Shampoo and Conditioner can help defend your hair from lice infestation. Both are made with peppermint oil in an effort to safeguard your scalp from future infestation. Stop using harsh chemicals and use nature’s best.

Lil Buggers Mint Spray

Lil Buggers Mint Spray is a first of its kind. It uses a specialized mint formula to help ward off head lice and their “friends”.

Lil Buggers Home Care

A very simple, one time treatment, easy to follow instructions, and best of all: 100% chemical and pesticide free.

Lil Buggers Oil Treatment

Lil Buggers Oil Treatment is a non-toxic product designed to kill live lice. The product should be applied to the hair prior to combing. This product suffocates live lice and leaves them virtually motionless.

Lil Buggers 2-in-1 Enzyme Treatment

Lil Buggers 2-in-1 Enzyme Treatment is an enzyme based nit glue dissolver. This  product is designed to dissolve protein in the glue that hold the nit(egg) to the hair shaft, allowing for ease in removal using the Terminator comb.

Lil Buggers Terminator Comb

Lil Buggers Terminator comb is the best lice removal comb on the market. Backed by a university case study, the Lil Buggers Terminator Comb uses worldwide patented microgrooved technology to capture nits and pull them out of the hair with ease and efficiency.

Home Cleaning

Necessary Home Cleaning

Head lice can only live to a maximum of 48 hours off  the human head. Even though it may feel like your home is crawling with bugs, cleaning it does not need to be excessive and time consuming. Completely eliminating head lice requires diligent nit picking and lice removal from the infected head – not fine combing the carpet. So the good news is you don’t need to waste valuable time and money with excessive house cleaning!

FIRST: Where have heads touched in the last 48 hours?

  • Pillows
  • Sheets
  • Blankets
  • Stuffed Animals
  • Hats
  • Coats
  • Helmets
  • Couches
  • Floors
  • Car Seats
  • Combs
  • Brushes
  • Hair Accessories

SECOND: Which items are more difficult to wash and can easily be bagged or dried on high heat for at least 45 minutes?

  •  Pillows
  • Blankets
  • Stuffed Animals
  • Helmets

THIRD: Which items can easily be vacuumed?

  • Floors
  • Couches
  • Car Seats
  • Mattresses

FOURTH: Which items can be washed and/or dried easily?

  • Sheets
  • Clothes
  • Items can be put in the dryer on high heat for 45 minutes or more without being washed

FIFTH: Which items can be put in hot water (130 F) for 10 minutes?

  • Combs
  • Brushes
  • Hair Accessories

Lice Facts

  • Head lice can only crawl from human head to human head – they do not have knees or wings
  • Adult lice can only live a maximum of 48 hours off of a human head; infant lice (nymphs) can survive only a of couple hours
  • Transmission of head lice from carpet, clothes, est… is very uncommo
  • We regularly see live lice on clients’ heads after home treatments of NIX and RID
  • “Reinfestions” are commonly the same infestation which was never completely cleared
  • Lice are equal opportunity parasites they are not affected by cleanliness or dirtiness of your home or head
  • Lice move very quickly, they do not like light – it is very hard to find a live bug during a head check
  • Performing thorough head checks on all family members is important; treating everyone is unnecessary
  • You can have lice for up to 4-6 weeks before you begin itching, many have no symptoms at all
  • Lice spots and nits are commonly found behind the ears, crown of head and nape of neck
  • Head lice do not carry pathogens or disease
  • Nits need ideal conditions found on the human head in order to hatch
  • Female louse can live for approximately 30 days
  • A single female louse can lay 5-10 nits per day on hair
  • Nits take 7-10 days to hatch
  • Nymphs take only 10-12 days to become adults ready to lay eggs
  • Nits are glued to the hair at an angle and look like a teardrop
  • Most common places to find nits: behind the ears, crown of head, forehead hairline, nape of neck
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