How to get Lice this Fall and How to Avoid it

Each season of the year brings its own head lice risks, and people want to know how they got those creepy bugs. Here are the most common ways to get lice and hopefully it will be easier to avoid an infestation.

SCHOOL
School is the number one culprit. Lice are often passed back and forth among children. Their heads are touching while sharing computers and Ipads. Explain to your kids to avoid head to head contact. Pull long hair back into a ponytail, bun or braid. Most importantly spray Lice Lifters Mint Spray on each child’s head every morning. Lice do not like mint and this will deter them from visiting in the first place.

HATS, COATS & SCARVES
It is highly unlikely that lice will crawl from one coat to another, but it does happen. Actually 90% of all lice are spread from head to head contact. A bigger concern is for children not to share their hats, coats and scarves.

SELFIES
A common question at Lice Lifters is “How did I get lice?” The answer is always head to head contact. The most common head to head contact these days are “selfies”. Parents, Grandparents, friends and kids take many pictures each day with their heads together. Still take pictures, but don’t tilt your heads together.
I hope these tips are helpful.

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